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Study of the Change of Business Competence as the Evolution of Digital Ecosystem
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 Title & Authors
Study of the Change of Business Competence as the Evolution of Digital Ecosystem
Lee, Kae Soo; Yoon, Heon-Deok;
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 Abstract
During the last decade, the business infrastructure has become digital with increased interconnections among products, processes, and services. Across many firms spanning different industries and sectors, digital technologies are fundanmentally transforming business stratiges, business processes, firm capabilities, productes and services, and key interfirm relationships in extended business networks. With the emergence of smartphones, the paradigm of the ICT industry is rapidly changing as the line between global and local markets are being blurred. In the changing global environment, although some game companies are accelerating the improvement of their global competitiveness and cases of successes of venture enterprises by developing biosimilar technology are being discovered, majority of ICT companies are focusing on limited marketing activities to get subcontracts or projects from large companies. Thus the aim of this study is to find out how digital ecosystems evolve and how business models and strategies have changed of individual companies according to the evolution of the digital ecosystems.
 Keywords
Digital Ecosystem;ICT Venture and SMEs;Digital Business Strategy;
 Language
Korean
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