Jumping, dumping, and pumping: Three mental principles for idea generation to activate software-based tools in business model innovation

D. Szopinski, in: Proceedings of the Thirty-Second Bled EConference, 2019.

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Szopinski D. Jumping, dumping, and pumping: Three mental principles for idea generation to activate software-based tools in business model innovation. In: Proceedings of the Thirty-Second Bled EConference. ; 2019.
Szopinski, D. (2019). Jumping, dumping, and pumping: Three mental principles for idea generation to activate software-based tools in business model innovation. In Proceedings of the Thirty-Second Bled eConference. Bled, Slovenia.
@inproceedings{Szopinski_2019, title={Jumping, dumping, and pumping: Three mental principles for idea generation to activate software-based tools in business model innovation}, booktitle={Proceedings of the Thirty-Second Bled eConference}, author={Szopinski, Daniel}, year={2019} }
Szopinski, Daniel. “Jumping, Dumping, and Pumping: Three Mental Principles for Idea Generation to Activate Software-Based Tools in Business Model Innovation.” In Proceedings of the Thirty-Second Bled EConference, 2019.
D. Szopinski, “Jumping, dumping, and pumping: Three mental principles for idea generation to activate software-based tools in business model innovation,” in Proceedings of the Thirty-Second Bled eConference, Bled, Slovenia, 2019.
Szopinski, Daniel. “Jumping, Dumping, and Pumping: Three Mental Principles for Idea Generation to Activate Software-Based Tools in Business Model Innovation.” Proceedings of the Thirty-Second Bled EConference, 2019.
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