The spread of computer networks, present the popularization of the World Wide Web and the increasing availability of digital intellectual goods manufacturers and distributors of the products with a unique set of opportunities and risks. Three different conceptual models have been proposed and explicated here focus on the experiential, legal and organizational aspects of digital intellectual property. They underline the outstanding features of the digital revolution and facilitate a strategic estimates … Read more »

The spread of computer networks, present the popularization of the World Wide Web and the increasing availability of digital intellectual goods manufacturers and distributors of the products with a unique set of opportunities and risks. Three different conceptual models have been proposed and explicated here focus on the experiential, legal and organizational aspects of digital intellectual property. They underline the outstanding features of the digital revolution and facilitate strategic assessments and responses. Discusses proposed strategic responses of these models.
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Brent D. Beal,
Daniel B. Marin
Source: Business Horizons
11 pages.
Publication Date: Jul 15, 2003. Prod #: BH092-PDF-ENG
Given the Information Age: Strategy, Digital Copyright and Intellectual goods HBR case solution