Platform ecosystems

aligning architecture, governance, and strategy by Amrit Tiwana

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  • New products
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    Includes bibliographical references (283-287) and index.

    StatementAmrit Tiwana
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD9696.63.A2 T59 2014
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 302 pages
    Number of Pages302
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27208948M
    ISBN 100124080669, 0124080545
    ISBN 109780124080669, 9780124080546
    LC Control Number2013037658
    OCLC/WorldCa858914422

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This book examines the impact of Intellectual Property (IP) modular architecture on software products and software platform ecosystems. The presented results are based on a detailed qualitative case study analysis of two software products and two software platforms and on.

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Unlike software products that are managed, the evolution of ecosystems and their myriad participants must be orchestrated through a thoughtful alignment of architecture and governance.

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As platform business models increasingly gain board-level attention, the ecosystem conversation intensifies. David Kish - a TCS colleague - recently worked with the broader team (Kevin Mulcahy, Rose Rodriguez, Bill Quinn, Bill Bosak) to author an article focused on shifting platform and ecosystem dynamics.

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«The bulk of the power in industries is likely to shift to ecosystems,» says Geoffrey G. Parker, a Dartmouth College professor and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) research fellow and business author who regularly advises C-Suite executives on platform strategies.

For more in-depth information about digital platforms and their ecosystems, check our Publications page, and in particular the book Platform Strategy: how to unlock the power of communities and networks to grow your business.

world of ecosystems, there are some associated with platform businesses that have a central orchestrator, such as a platform manager (Evans, Hagiu, & Schmalensee, ; Teece, ) like Apple, orchestrating an app developer Size: KB.and Levien’s conceptualisation does not involve a platform construct, much other management research on ecosystems does.

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