Francisco Layrisse

Francisco Layrisse
Tecnológico de Monterrey | ITESM · Department of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Master of Business Administration

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Publications (7)
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Purpose The purpose of this study is to identify how the value dynamics of the freemium business model (BM) play out in a social enterprise. Design/methodology/approach We draw on a multiple case study of two social enterprises –one nonprofit (Aravind Eyecare) in Asia and one for-profit in Latin America (Biodent)– to analyze the implications of app...
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Nonprofit organizations (NPO) have suffered from two interrelated bottlenecks: lack of funds and difficulties to grow and operate at scale. Business model innovation (BMI) has been found to be important to overcome those bottlenecks, but the extant literature is limited and lacks a solid empirical foundation. To explore this topic, we conducted a r...
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Are CSR initiatives providing the societal good that they promise? After decades of CSR studies, we do not have an answer. In this review, we analyze progression of the CSR literature toward assessing the performance of CSR initiatives, identify factors that have limited the literature’s progress, and suggest a new approach to the study of CSR that...
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The understanding of entrepreneurial failure contributes to the failure avoidance. Literature focuses on relating personality traits, entrepreneurial orientation, and entrepreneurial success. But, few studies inquire how these traits might be related to entrepreneurial failure. The main objective of this article is to understand how do Big Five per...
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One of the greatest challenges for sustainable business models is achieving a scale of operations that is adequate to meet the quantity and depth of needs in their markets. In this paper, we examine scaling of sustainable business models at the base of the pyramid (BOP). Using within- and cross-case analyses, we study the sustainable business model...
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This article is motivated by a very simple question ñ ìfrom their own point of view, why do entrepreneurs fail to succeed in business? î The growing interest in this topic arises due to the fact that, by understanding the causes and consequences of failure, entrepreneurs may enhance their ability to manage them, reduce their costs, capitalize t...

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