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A dynamic model of disruptive innovation in the space of market recognition

This paper presents a model for understanding how markets can be created in the space of market recognition.In an earlier paper, the authors suggested the failure of incumbent firms in the face of a disruption can be ascribed to three broad causes: a...

Catalogue: Innovate 2006
Authors: Phillip A. Cartwright, Philippe Silberzahn
May 10, 2006

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Early warning systems and firm survival

Innovation, in the context of invention taken to market, has long been identified as a key factor for growth of companies.This is particularly true for disruptive innovations, which radically change product and industry boundaries. Indeed, disruptive...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Conference 2005: Innovate!
Authors: Phillip A. Cartwright, Philippe Silberzahn, Bernard Buisson
February 27, 2005

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Convergennation

Convergennation refers to the "cross-roads" where convergence and business innovation meet to spark new opportunities and create competitive advantage resulting from combinations of tangible and intangible assets, markets, companies, value chains,...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Technovate Conference 2003
Authors: Alexandre F. Amoukteh, Phillip A. Cartwright, Caroline Edwards
January 26, 2003

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A paradox of product innovation

This paper is about product innovation and introduction. More specifically a framework for understanding the relationships between innovation category characteristics and successful new product innovation and introduction is introduced and...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1999: The Race For Innovation
Authors: Jean-Jacques Vandenheede, Bettina Hoffmann, Leone Aardse, Phillip A. Cartwright
Companies: Nielsen, Ernst and Young Services Pty Ltd
September 1, 1999

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Understanding promotion effectiveness and profitability

This paper introduces and explains a process for analyzing and understanding promotion effectiveness and profitability combining the use of information sources, state-of-the-art modeling techniques and procedures. The problems of simply managing...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1996: Changing Business Dynamics
Authors: Kenneth J. Wisniewski, Phillip A. Cartwright
Companies: Nielsen, Ernst and Young Services Pty Ltd
September 1, 1996