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Umweltbezogene Tools der Opportunity Recognition

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Nachdem in Kap. 2 unternehmensbezogene Tools und in Kap. 3 marktbezogene Tools der Opportunity Recognition dargelegt wurden, widmet Kap. 4 sich den Tools, die aus der den eigenen Markt überschreitenden Umwelt Opportunities generieren.

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Abb. 4.1

(Eigene Darstellung)

Abb. 4.2

(Nach Brunke 2012)

Abb. 4.3

(Nach Govindarajan und Ramamurti 2011)

Abb. 4.4

(Nach Govindarajan und Ramamurti 2011)

Abb. 4.5

(Eigene Darstellung nach Govindarajan und Ramamurti 2011)

Abb. 4.6

(Nach Govindarajan 2012)

Abb. 4.7

(Eigene Darstellung)

Abb. 4.8

(Eigene Darstellung nach Norman und Verganti 2014)

Abb. 4.9

(Nach Verganti 2009)

Abb. 4.10

(Nach Verganti 2009)

Abb. 4.11

(Eigene Darstellung)

Abb. 4.12

(Nach Battistella et al. 2012)

Abb. 4.13

(Nach Verganti 2009)

Abb. 4.14

(Nach Boudreau und Lakhani 2013)

Abb. 4.15

(Eigene Darstellung)

Abb. 4.16

(Nach Downes und Nunes 2013)

Abb. 4.17

(Nach Hippel et al. 1999)

Abb. 4.18

(Eigene Darstellung)

Abb. 4.19

(Nach Hippel et al. 2009)

Abb. 4.20

(Nach Hippel et al. 2009)

Abb. 4.21

(Nach Henkel und Jung 2009)

Abb. 4.22

(Nach Hungenberg 2014)

Abb. 4.23

(Nach D’Aveni 2007)

Abb. 4.24

(Nach D’Aveni 2007)

Abb. 4.25

(Nach Kim und Mauborgne 2015a)

Abb. 4.26

(Nach Kim und Mauborgne 2015a)

Abb. 4.27

(Nach Kim und Mauborgne 2015a)

Abb. 4.28

(Eigene Darstellung)

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Engelen, A., von Gagern, C., Engelen, M. (2021). Umweltbezogene Tools der Opportunity Recognition. In: Opportunity Recognition. Springer Gabler, Wiesbaden. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-34955-4_4

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