Vinit Parida mostly deals with Industrial organization, Business model, Knowledge management, Product-service system and Marketing. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Industrial organization and Entrepreneurial orientation. His work in the fields of Business model innovation overlaps with other areas such as Circular economy, Order, Qualitative property and Position.
The Knowledge management study combines topics in areas such as Product and Process. Vinit Parida combines subjects such as Service design, Service innovation, Service-dominant logic, Manufacturing and Process management with his study of Product-service system. Vinit Parida interconnects Variety, Prosperity and Management science in the investigation of issues within Service design.
His primary areas of investigation include Industrial organization, Process management, Knowledge management, Business model and Marketing. In the subject of general Industrial organization, his work in Absorptive capacity is often linked to Entrepreneurial orientation, Circular economy and Information and Communications Technology, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Process management research incorporates elements of Supply chain, Service and Process.
His work on Product-service system and Value capture as part of general Business model study is frequently connected to Systematic review, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. Vinit Parida has researched Product-service system in several fields, including Win-win game and Service-dominant logic. His work on Marketing deals in particular with Manufacturing and Service design.
His primary areas of study are Process management, Industrial organization, Process, Business model and Service. His work deals with themes such as Supply chain and Supply chain management, which intersect with Process management. His Industrial organization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Disruptive innovation and Profit.
His study on Process innovation is often connected to License, Key and Dominator as part of broader study in Process. When carried out as part of a general Business model research project, his work on Value capture is frequently linked to work in Automation, Autonomy and Business transformation, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Value capture research focuses on subjects like Outcome, which are linked to Business model innovation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Process, Process management, Industrial organization, Business model innovation and Agile software development. His Industrial organization study focuses on Manufacturing firms in particular. His Business model innovation study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Business model.
His Agile software development study spans across into areas like Scalability, Service, Co-creation, Service innovation and Learning-by-doing.
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Inbound Open Innovation Activities in High‐Tech SMEs: The Impact on Innovation Performance
Vinit Parida;Mats Westerberg;Johan Frishammar.
Journal of Small Business Management (2012)
Product–Service Systems (PSS) business models and tactics – a systematic literature review
Wiebke Reim;Vinit Parida;Vinit Parida;Daniel Örtqvist.
Journal of Cleaner Production (2015)
Too much of a good thing? Absorptive capacity, firm performance, and the moderating role of entrepreneurial orientation
William J. Wales;Vinit Parida;Pankaj C. Patel.
Strategic Management Journal (2013)
Non-linear relationship between industrial service offering and sales growth: The moderating role of network capabilities
Marko Kohtamäki;Jukka Partanen;Vinit Parida;Joakim Wincent.
Industrial Marketing Management (2013)
Nonlinear Effects of Entrepreneurial Orientation on Small Firm Performance: The Moderating Role of Resource Orchestration Capabilities
William J. Wales;Pankaj C. Patel;Vinit Parida;Vinit Parida;Patrick M. Kreiser.
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal (2013)
Adopting a platform approach in servitization : Leveraging the value of digitalization
J. Cenamor;D. Rönnberg Sjödin;V. Parida;V. Parida.
International Journal of Production Economics (2017)
Digitalization Capabilities as Enablers of Value Co‐Creation in Servitizing Firms
Sambit Lenka;Vinit Parida;Joakim Wincent.
Psychology & Marketing (2017)
Mastering the transition to product-service provision : Insights into business models, learning activities, and capabilities
Vinit Parida;David Rönnberg Sjödin;Joakim Wincent;Marko Kohtamäki.
Research-technology Management (2015)
Reviewing literature on digitalization, business model innovation, and sustainable industry : past achievements and future promises
Vinit Parida;David Sjödin;Wiebke Reim.
Developing Global Service Innovation Capabilities: How Global Manufacturers Address the Challenges of Market Heterogeneity
Vinit Parida;David Rönnberg Sjödin;Sambit Lenka;Joakim Wincent.
Research-technology Management (2015)
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