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Gemeinschaftliche Geschäftsmodellentwicklung – Wie in heterogenen Teams innovative Geschäftsmodelle geschaffen werden können

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Zusammenfassung

Mit den Veränderungen, die auf den demografischen Wandel zurückzuführen sind, ergeben sich für Unternehmen heutzutage verschiedenste Herausforderungen. So steht Unternehmen durch die sinkende Zahl jüngerer Arbeitskräfte weniger aktuelles, innovationsrelevantes Wissen zur Verfügung und durch die Verrentung großer Teile der Belegschaft besteht die Gefahr, dass innovationsrelevantes Erfahrungswissen abfließt. Das steigende Durchschnittsalter und die Zunahme von Diversität wirken sich auf die Zusammenarbeit in Unternehmen aus; dies ist mit Chancen und Risiken für die Innovationsfähigkeit von Unternehmen verbunden. Um dem steigenden Wettbewerbsdruck standhalten zu können, dürfen Unternehmen diese Herausforderungen nicht ignorieren. Für sie ergibt sich daraus eine Gestaltungsaufgabe im Zuge der Sicherung der Innovationsfähigkeit.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter für das Fachgebiet WirtschaftsinformatikUniversität KasselKasselDeutschland
  2. 2.sowie Leiter des Instituts für Wirtschaftsinformatik Hochschule St. GallenLeitung Fachgebiet Wirtschaftsinformatik Universität KasselHochschule St. GallenDeutschland

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