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Bootlegged Innovations

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April 20th 2020: The Platform Revolution and Economics

As the inaugural show, this episode will define what it means to be a Bootlegged Innovation and introduce you to how the host became a Solution Bootlegger for Industrial Centers of Intelligence. We will launch then into a conversation with best selling author of The Platform Revolution - Marshall Van Alstyne and Digital Orchestrator Andy Timm to explore how Platform Economics create a network effect, disruption and changes the face of your competition. As will become apparent in future episodes, we will end the show by giving the listeners an action item to put on their "Ta Done List" a

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Marshall Van Alstyne

Marshall Van Alstyne (@InfoEcon) is an expert on IT economics and strategy. He has made fundamental contributions to IT productivity and theories of network effects. His coauthored work on two-sided networks is a Harvard Business Review all-time bestseller and book Platform Revolution has sold 200,000 copies across 9 languages. He holds patents on advertising, privacy protection, and spam prevention methods. Van Alstyne is a Questrom Chair Professor at Boston University and a Digital Fellow at the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy. Work has been honored with numerous best paper awards, National Science Foundation grants and been featured in Science, Nature, Wired, the New York Times, th
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Andy Timm

A chasm exists between BUSINESS and applicable TECHNOLOGY. Businesses are focused on their strategic initiatives, and struggle to understand how new technologies can impact their business. Technology companies focus on their capability - and can't possibly understand the challenges/opportunities in each industry segment. Someone needs to help map technology capability to business opportunity. Furthermore, modern solutions require hardware, software, and services from multiple partners to work together. Someone needs to identify specific partners interested in working together to fill each required role. There is an opportunity to assemble an ecosystem of entities - each doing what they do
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