Jamie Anderson Anderson

Jamie Anderson Anderson
Antwerp Management School · Strategic Management

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The dizzying rise of digital ecosystems and their implications are charted by Jamie Anderson and Michael Vakulenko
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Social media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter, provide leaders with a remarkable new toolset to engage with followers, but they must be used wisely for maximum impact. Jamie Anderson, Jörg Reckhenrich and Martin Kupp explore the evolving art of followership
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Jamie Anderson, Jörg Reckhenrich and Martin Kupp celebrate strategy the Lady Gaga way.
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Purpose – The paper “Made in heaven – produced on earth: creative leadership as art of projection” is about the concept of projection in the context of leadership. Design/methodology/approach – This article takes a close look at Jeff Koons, a successful and highly controversial contemporary artist. The paper explores the way in which storytelling l...
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The business world has a healthy appetite for learning from unusual role models. In this article from the 2006 archives, Jamie Anderson, Martin Kupp and Jorg Reckhenrich reveal the entrepreneurial side of an entertainment legend.
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Would your company like to add thousands, if not millions, of new customers? Jamie Anderson, Martin Kupp and Sandra Vandermerwe believe that serving the world's poorest people in developing markets can be both profitable and socially rewarding — if it's done right. As it turns out, what's good for business in developed countries also applies to eme...
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Would your company like to add thousands, if not millions, of new customers?Jamie Anderson, Martin Kupp and Sandra Vandermerwe believe that serving the world's poorest people in developing markets can be both profitable and socially rewarding — if it's done right. As it turns out, what's good for business in developed countries also applies to emer...
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As the world enters a period of economic instability there is a pressing need for companies to identify new horizons of growth. Previous research has proposed that the markets at the base of the economic pyramid (BOP) could serve as potential areas for growth.1 As a result, a lot has been written on the strategies that would allow Western multinati...
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Purpose – This paper seeks to elaborate on the drivers underpinning the rise of the Platform Model in customized executive learning and to explain the guiding philosophy underpinning this model. Design/methodology/approach – The study followed directives for case‐based research, and was based on multiple sources of evidence: extant literature, arc...
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Many businesses are now involved in the digital marketplace. Yet Jamie Anderson and Gianvito Lanzolla argue that the new reality of numerous companies offering overlapping digital products means that it is critical for managers to understand digital convergence and to observe the imperatives for remaining competitive.
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Purpose – Mobile banking (M-banking) involves the use of a mobile phone or another mobile device to undertake financial transactions linked to a client's account. M-banking is one of the newest approaches to the provision of financial services through information communication technology (ICT), made possible by the widespread adoption of mobile pho...
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British artist Damien Hirst is both controversial and successful. Jörg Reckhenrich, Jamie Anderson and Martin Kupp suggest that his innovative approach to life and work demonstrate strategies useful to organizations.
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Retraction notice:The author and publisher of Journal of Business Strategy wish to retract the article: “Expanding globally with local vision: foreign market entry and the value chain” by Jamie Anderson which appeared in Vol. 30 No. 5, 2009 of Journal of Business Strategy. The paper drew upon and did not reference an earlier paper by Michael G. Jac...
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“Think outside the box” is the slogan of countless creativity experts who rightly connect creative thinking to corporate innovation. Jörg Reckhenrich, Martin Kupp and Jamie Anderson advocate, instead, that you think outside the canvas. A review of the thinking of the German artist, Joseph Beuys, shows how managers can unleash bold new ideas.
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Globalization has been seen as both a threat and an opportunity whenever it has occurred. Jamie Anderson, Martin Kupp and Jörg Reckhenrich give us an artists' perspective on managing in a global business world.
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This case study describes the evolution of lastminute.com, from an initial business idea to one of the best-known European internet companies. It then discusses the insights it offers on e-commerce business models, strategies and management.
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore the challenges of reaching low-income customers in developing markets. Design/methodology/approach – Semi-structured Interview. Findings – The paper suggests that managers need to go beyond traditional approaches to serving the poor, and innovate by taking into account the unique institutional conte...
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If you've ever ambled through a staid museum with classic paintings on the wall, you probably did not think that behind those aged canvases and ornate frames lie the stories of some pitched strategic battles. and found 21st century wisdom in the competition between two artistic titans.
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Purpose – This paper seeks to support and extend other scholars’ examinations of the evolution of technological modularity, vertical specialization and the concepts of the drivers of change in the basis of competition through an analysis of the evolution of the mobile phone industry. Design/methodology/approach – A two-year research project was und...
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Dramatic developments in digital technologies and the diffusion of the Internet protocol as an open and efficient communication standard are wiping out the specialized symbiotic link between content and technology. That's how and see the digital world, and here they reveal three trends that companies need to prepare for.
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore the opportunities and challenges of serving low-income consumers in developing markets with mobile telecommunications. Design/methodology/approach – Field visits were made to Africa, India, Mexico and the Philippines, and in-depth interviews took place with companies that had succeeded in serving lo...
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Launched in early 2005, Zopa is a peer-to-peer online brokerage that couples British residents who want to lend with those who want to borrow. The company represents a new business model in the retail financial services industry, and since Zopa is not technically a bank and does not lend money itself, the capital requirements to run the business ar...
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If you want to lend or borrow money, ZOPA is a much acclaimed peer-to-peer lending service. Martin Kupp and Jamie Anderson concede that, as a business, it's a Web 2.0 star. But can it last?
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Brazil's poorest households have an annual total income of around $73 billion per annum; China's have an annual income of about $691 billion; and India's have an income of about $378 billion. However, even though there has been a burst of interest in recent years in how economic growth is unfolding in the developing world, most of the research is s...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to test the hypothesis that there are common challenges and approaches in serving low-income customers in developing markets, and that these can be articulated and refined to get better business results. Design/methodology/approach – This article derives from research on serving customers at the bottom of the...
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Why haven't mobile network operators seized the opportunity at the base of the economic pyramid? The explanations are well known; non-existent distribution channels, illiteracy, poverty, and sometimes even war or violent insurgencies can stifle the enthusiasm of companies in serving people living in poverty. Indeed, most MNOs have elected to ignore...
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Purpose – To show how information and communication technologies (ICTs) could help a company implement radical new strategies. Design/methodology/approach – Generalizations are made based on 20 case studies of companies that strategically innovated in their industries by introducing radical new business models. Several of these cases are used in t...
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Synopsis: In an award winning article published in Business Strategy Review in 2004, Jamie Anderson and Bryn Williams described the process of value chain evolution in the Mobile Network Operator (MNO) industry, and how this evolution was causing wrenching changes for incumbent firms. In this latest article, Anderson writes with Martin Jonsson to e...
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Captivate Network, a US internet start-up, is the leading provider of elevator telematics: flat-screen panels displaying news and other content plus advertisements to people travelling in elevators. Telematics also has safety and operational applications. Growing fast in North America, the technology is now poised to expand to other technologically...
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The software giant Microsoft is a mere corporate stripling. Yet around its formidable success lies an equally indomitable mystique. It is phenomenally successful. Few are bold enough to analyse how and why Bill Gates’ and Paul Allen’s bright idea turned into the corporate titan of our times. Until now.
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This article tells the story of growth and diversification at Sonae, now Portugal’s largest company. Publicly quoted but still majority-controlled by its long-standing Chairman and CEO, Belmiro de Azevedo, it was founded in 1959 in the wood products business. It expanded from the 1980s to become the largest retail group in Portugal and has recently...
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Before last year's dot-com meltdown, one of the most hyped areas was large industry-based business-to-business (B2B) marketplaces. Most of these have either failed or are struggling. Instead, the growth today is in less ambitious online auctions where individual firms, increasingly having to focus on costs, seek suppliers of the products or service...
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The Australian Government’s trade policy with Japan since the 1980s has aimed to improve market access in the hope of addressing Australia’s dependence on a narrow range of commodity exports. When bilateral negotiations proved almost completely unsuccessful in diversifying or expanding exports, Australia decided to pursue its bilateral goals throug...
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The trading relationship between Australia and Japan has been traditionally based on commodity exports, and a key Australian policy goal in the past has been to encourage Japanese investment in this sector in the hope of stabilising commodity trade. A serious deterioration in Australia’s terms of trade from the beginning of the 1980s resulting from...
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This article supports and extends upon other scholars' examinations of the evolution of technological modularity, vertical specialization and the concepts of the drivers of change in the basis of competition through an analysis of the evolution of the mobile handset industry. It is the thesis of this article that the mobile handset industry value c...
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This article explores the theme of strategy by examining the career of Madonna, the world's highest earning female entertainer, and one of the best-known women on the planet. The article identifies the impact that strategy can have on successful performance, both for individual managers and for organizations. As the Madonna example demonstrates, st...

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