eBusiness Modelling


Tuesday, June 10
11.00 - 12.30 Hotel Kompas, Jezerska Hall
eBusiness Modelling 1: Frameworks, Model Formation and Web-based IS Development
Chair:
Harry Bouwman, Associate Professor
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Presenters:
Business Model Formation within the Online News Market: The Core + Complement Business Model Framework
Cornelia C. Krüger, Research Assistant
Faculty of Informatics, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany
Paula M. C. Swatman, Professor of eBusiness & Director, Institute for Management
Kornelia van der Beek, Assistant
Faculty of Informatics, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany
Colonising the Field – Who’s playing with Web-based Information Systems Development?
Chris Barry, Lecturer
Jeremy Brown, Lecturer
National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland
A Framework For Understanding and Analysing e-Business Models
Adamantia G. Pateli, Researcher
George M. Giaglis, Professor of Electronic Business
Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece
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14.00 - 15.30 Hotel Kompas, Jezerska Hall
eBusiness Modelling 2: Modeling, Design Methodology and Perspectives
Chair:
to be announced
Presenters:
A Design Methodology for Trust and Value Exchanges in Business Models
Jaap Gordijn, Assistant Professor
Information Science, Free University Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Yao-Hua Tan, Professor of Electronic Business
Information Systems Group, Information Systems, Marketing and Logistics, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Free University Amsterdam, The Netherlands
A Design Perspective on Networked Business Models: A Study of Distributed Generation in the Power Industry Sector
Vera Kartseva, Research Assistant
Jaap Gordijn, Assistant Professor
Hans Akkermans, Professor
Free University Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Modelling Customer Relationships in e-Business - Illustrated through the Mobile Industry
Alexander Osterwalder, PhD Student
Yves Pigneur, Professor & Head
Information Systems Department, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
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16.00 - 17.30 Hotel Kompas, Jezerska Hall
eBusiness Modelling 3: eBusiness Framework, Conceptual Modeling and Transformation
Chair:
Ian MacInnes, Assistant Professor
School of Information Studies, Syracuse University, United States
Presenters:
Underpinning the eBusiness Framework - Defining eBusiness Concepts and Classifying eBusiness Indicators
Xander J. de Graaf, PhD Student
Free University Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Robin Muurling
Statistics Netherlands, The Netherlands
Conceptual Modeling of Business Networks and Business Strategies
Robert Winter, Professor
University of St. Gallen, Switzerland
eBusiness Transformation Matrix
Colin G. Ash, Senior Lecturer & Associate Head of School
Janice M. Burn, Foundation Professor & Head
MIS, Edith Cowan University, Australia