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Value Migration: How to Think Several Moves Ahead of the Competition is a non-fiction book by American business consultant Adrian Slywotzky.[1][2] The text was initially published by Harvard Business Review Press on November 1, 1995 as a part of Management of Innovation and Change series.[3][4]

Value Migration: How to Think Several Moves Ahead of the Competition
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Hardcover edition
AuthorAdrian Slywotzky
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
SeriesManagement of Innovation and Change
SubjectValue migration, profitability, growth
GenreNon-fiction
PublisherHarvard Business Press
Publication date
November 1, 1995
Media typePrint, e-book
Pages336 pp. (1st edition)
ISBN978-0875846323

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Value migration as a concept is a flow of economic value from outmoded, obsolete businesses towards the others with superior business designs. The latter ones are better positioned to create utility and comfort for customers. In this book, the author describes the skills that managers and owners need to identify and to capture these value shifts. He posits that the change in a business landscape is, in fact, inevitable and identifies seven patterns of value migration that managers should know.

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