J Manag Gov (2017) 21:785–792 DOI 10.1007/s10997-017-9388-2 REVIEWS AND OVERVIEWS D. Andreini and C. Bettinelli: Business model innovation: from systematic literature review to future research directions Springer, Cham, Switzerland, 2017, ISBN: 978-3-319-53350-6 Joshua J. Daspit Published online: 27 July 2017 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2017 A business model consists of numerous components and is described as the overall logic, or rationale, that allows the ﬁrm to create value (Andreini and Bettinelli 2017). The capability to adapt an existing business model is paramount for any business that desires to compete long-term. Numerous examples exist of ﬁrms that failed to update their business model when stakeholder demands change (e.g., Blockbuster); however, when a ﬁrm is able to innovate its business model and adapt to inevitable change, numerous opportunities exist for enhanced performance and competitive advantage. When Amazon.com, for example, decided to begin competing in India, the very business model that proved successful in the United States required reconﬁguration. The underdeveloped infrastructure, limited number of consumers connected to the internet, and a strong reliance on cash rather than credit, presented challenges that required changes to the ﬁrm’s business model. Among its innovations, Amazon engaged mom-and-pop shops—more than 14 million shops exist and
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