Dr. Rick – TMGT 540 – Part 1 (Due Fri, 12/18/2015) and Part 2 (Due Sat, 12/19/2015)

Questions/Business/ManagementDr. Rick – TMGT 540 – Part 1 (Due Fri, 12/18/2015) and Part 2 (Due Sat, 12/19/2015)
Part 1: Write 350 – 400 word paper. Due Fri, 12/18/2015 (APA format not required) Please read Jarvenpaa and Leidner (1999) – [Attached] and discuss how trust and communication can be established among the various components of dispersed development teams. Part 2: Write a 750 word paper Due Sat., 12/19/2015 Read the Waverider Communications case and the Ecton, Inc. cases. (Attachment). Select one of these cases as the basis of your paper. Explain the extent to which the technology is potentially disruptive by answering the following questions: •What technology or innovation was introduced in the case? •Would demanding customers consider the innovation’s performance to be inadequate? •Would a different customer group be delighted to use the innovation – despite its limitations – because it allows them to do something that they couldn’t do effectively or affordably in the past? •To what degree is the technology presented in the case potentially disruptive? •Can it fit Christensen’s model? If so, which of Christensen’s recommendations make sense to apply to the situation presented in the case? •How can the company position its technology to be most disruptive? What recommendations do you have for Waverider or Ecton to best take advantage of the disruptive characteristics? •What techniques might be applied to promote continued innovation at the firm as research becomes available with respect to the market for its product? Take these general recommendations and provide specific recommendations for each company to move forward. Include a minimum of two University Library references. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines. Due

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Strategic_Mgt_HBSCases_VIEW.pdf

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part 1.docx
TRUST AND COMMUNICATION *
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ECTON’S CASE ANALYSIS *
Ecton’s **** ********
Ecton’s **** ********
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******** **** ** *** ** ******* development ******* *** ******** *** development ** *** contextual ** Ecton’s originators **** * **** ******* *** ******** *** ******** ** operational prototype ******* ** outstanding ***** ***** ** *** ****** ** ******* ******* Additional modalities ** *** equipment ***** ******* ** * ***** ***** **** **** ******** ** * old-style **** **** nonetheless ** * ***** sufficiently **** ** ******* consumers ** *** substitute ******* Conversely, **** mechanical ******** ******** * ***** * *****
***** *** ******** *** technology ** ** *** **** disruptive ** proceeding **** strategies ** ******* * purchasing **** *** **** limitation ** ***** ** *** deficiency ** essential ****** ** production, ****** *** marketing ** **** ***** *** technologically ******** * creation; ***** ******** expensive ******* ** *** ***** ** ******* ******* *** ******** presentation ** additional ******* sufficiently ***** ** ******* customers ** substitute ******* **** *** ******** ** concentrating ** engineering *** ****** Nevertheless, ******* ****** production resources, ****** *** marketing, *** ******** ******* ****** ***** substitute ******* ***** ****** therefore **** **** ***** ******** ***** ***** *** ******* ** ****** ****** **** **** ***** ****** ***** ** ******* **** ***** ******* **** ** marketing ** ******* ** prospective purchaser ***** *** circumvent *** **** ** **** ** ***** ****** ** ****** additional ******* ** ******* *** **** *** **** *** ******* *** ***** investors **** *** ****** ****** ** ***** *******
***** *** ******* techniques **** ***** ** ******* ** ***** ** ******* continued innovation ***** ****** ******** **** *** ****** examination ** *** ******** ******* ******* ******** ******* enhancements *** ******** ** ****** **** recognize *** ******** **** prospective ******* ***** ** ****** ****** subdivisions *** ******** ****** ****** appropriate ******** purchasers *** ******* associates *** ***** ******* ** *** ***** discovering * ***** ***** ****** **** projected
References
Christensen, * * ****** *** innovator’s ******* *** revolutionary **** **** **** ****** *** *** *** ** ********Part_2(1).docx
ECTON’S CASE ANALYSIS *
Ecton’s **** ********
Ecton’s **** ********
*** **** **** ******* ******* ** ******* ****** ***** *** *** couldn’t ******* petitively ******* state-of-the-art **** ******** manufactured ** *** **** ******** **** ****** *** ******** ******* ******* ** **** recognized **** ****** *** ***** **** ******* **** ** ******* ** * ****** ******* *** ******** ******** ******* * ******* ****** **** *** **** *** **** ******* ******* **** *** *** **** ** *** transducer ***** *** ****** ** *** ***** ** ******** ** ******* ****** ** ***** ** ******* *** *** ***** ******* *** typically ** ****** **** * ****** centimetres ** *** ultrasound ***** ***** **** ******** **** *** **** **** *** transducer ******* interfaces ** different ******** impedance **** **** reflected **** ** *** transducer *** reflected ****** **** videotaped *** ****** *** **** ******** ** **** ** **** **** displayed ** *** ****** *** *** ****
***** demanding customers ******** *** innovation’s performance ** ** inadequate?
**** ****** ******* ****** *** concerned **** *** demanding customers ***** **** ** ** *** innovation, ** ****** **** ******* ***** *** ** ***** ***** * ****** **** ****** ** ****** ****** *** ** extensive ****** ** acplished, ingrained ****** ** *** **** concerned **** *** **** ** ******** ** ******** **** *** ******** *** ******** ***** ***** *** ****** *** ******** customers Naturally, *** ****** ** ***** *** ****** **** *** instruments ** different ****** ****** *** ******** ***** **** **** disruptive ** *** **** ** ******** **** *** **** *** ** *** cardiology department Cardiology customers ****** *** ** *** ****** *** ***** ** *** instruments ****** **** approximately ******* ** ******** *** lower-quality *** **** *** ******** respectively (Christensen, *****
***** * different ******** ***** ** delighted ** *** *** innovation * ******* *** limitations * ******* ** ****** **** ** ** something **** **** couldn’t ** effectively ** affordably ** *** *****
***** ******** ***** ***** ** ******** ** experience *** **** advantage ** *** innovation ***** ultrasound examinations **** characteristically ******* **** ***** ***** ******** *** ******** ******* catheterization *** **** ** ****** *** ** ** * ******** ** ******** *** manufacturers ** **** *** ultrasound equipment *** ** *** penetrating gravities ** ******** ******** ***** ** ****** **** Physicians *** respective ****** **** facilities *** consequently developed **** ******** ** progressive ***** ** ******* echocardiography equipment ***** ***** hypothetically substitute ***** ****** ******* ** ******** **** ******** **** ******* images’ Furthermore, ** *** ***** ***** * *** ***** **** ******* procurements ** first-hand technologies *** ******* ** *** inception ** ******* **** exertions ******* **** considerable repressed ******* *** additional up-to-date ******** ***** ******** ** ******** ** *** ******** ******** ***** ******* **** ** prospects **** foreshadowed supplementary ******** development ** *** ****** ** ******** ** *** ******** ******* ** development ** *** ******** ** ultrasound *** instance, ******** paediatricians **** exasperated ** *** ****** ** evaluating ** new-borns *** inherited ****** ** *** ****** ** formation ** ***** ****
** **** ****** ** *** technology presented ** *** **** potentially disruptive? *** ** *** Christensen’s ****** ** *** ***** ** Christensen’s remendations **** ***** ** ***** ** *** situation presented ** *** *****
**** *** innovation presented ** *** Ecton’s **** ** disruptive *** **** ***** **** ** *** Christensen’s ***** ****** *** ****** ** ***** *** technician *** ******* ** different ****** ****** *** ****** **** ******** introduces ** ****** ******* **** conventional customers customarily ***** *** **** ****** ***** ****** ****** ** advertise ***** ******** ***** *** out-dated **** **** ** substitute locations *** ******** physician ******** ******* departments ******** emergency ***** *** additional ***** **** ******* ***** ** ***** *** ******** * ****** **** ****** *****
******** **** ** *** ** ******* development ******* *** ******** *** development ** *** contextual ** Ecton’s originators **** * **** ******* *** ******** *** ******** ** operational prototype ******* ** outstanding ***** ***** ** *** ****** ** ******* ******* Additional modalities ** *** equipment ***** ******* ** * ***** ***** **** **** ******** ** * old-style **** **** nonetheless ** * ***** sufficiently **** ** ******* consumers ** *** substitute ******* Conversely, **** mechanical ******** ******** * ***** * *****
*** *** *** **** ******** *** technology ** ** **** disruptive? **** remendations ** *** **** *** Waverider ** ***** ** **** **** advantage ** *** disruptive characteristics?
***** *** ******** *** technology ** ** *** **** disruptive ** proceeding **** strategies ** ******* * purchasing **** *** **** limitation ** ***** ** *** deficiency ** essential ****** ** production, ****** *** marketing ** **** ***** *** technologically ******** * creation; ***** ******** expensive ******* ** *** ***** ** ******* ******* *** ******** presentation ** additional ******* sufficiently ***** ** ******* customers ** substitute ******* **** *** ******** ** concentrating ** engineering *** ****** Nevertheless, ******* ****** production resources, ****** *** marketing, *** ******** ******* ****** ***** substitute ******* ***** ****** therefore **** **** ***** ******** ***** ***** *** ******* ** ****** ****** **** **** ***** ****** ***** ** ******* **** ***** ******* **** ** marketing ** ******* ** prospective purchaser ***** *** circumvent *** **** ** **** ** ***** ****** ** ****** additional ******* ** ******* *** **** *** **** *** ******* *** ***** investors **** *** ****** ****** ** ***** *******
**** techniques ***** ** ******* ** ******* continued innovation ** *** **** ** ******** **** available **** ******* ** *** ****** *** *** ******** **** ***** ******* remendations *** ******* ******** remendations *** **** **** ** **** *******
***** *** ******* techniques **** ***** ** ******* ** ***** ** ******* continued innovation ***** ****** ******** **** *** ****** examination ** *** ******** ******* ******* ******** ******* enhancements *** ******** ** ****** **** recognize *** ******** **** prospective ******* ***** ** ****** ****** subdivisions *** ******** ****** ****** appropriate ******** purchasers *** ******* associates *** ***** ******* ** *** ***** discovering * ***** ***** ****** **** projected
******* * ******* ** *** ******* references ****** **** ***** consistent **** *** guidelines
References
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