Determinants of Βusiness Model Innovation Transformation – Research Results
Purpose: While different aspects and factors shaping BMI are increasingly exploited by researchers, there is still a lack of studies presenting application approaches that will ensure the effectiveness of a systematic implementation process for BMI. The aim of this article is to examine the determinants of the business model innovation in Polish enterprises. Design/Methodology/Approach: The study was based on assessment importance of eight BMI elements, eleven types of resources and nine entities engaged in BMI transformation. Altogether, 20 individual items included in the studied variables were assessed using a five-point R. Likert scale. The research was carried out using the CAWI method and covered a total of 235 randomly selected Polish enterprises. The main method of analysis used was Spearman correlation and the results are statistically significant. Findings: The results of the research on the determinants of BMI implementation have shown that the most important elements of BMI are: product, partners are buyers, the resource is technology. Originality/Value: The analysis of primary data makes it possible to indicate the specificity of the mutual interdependencies of BMI implementation, which are presented in detail in the text. These results can serve as a valuable input for further research directions and practical application.