Author Archives: Florian Lüdeke-Freund

Free access until 8 September 2018 – “The sustainable business model pattern taxonomy” – published in Sustainable Production and Consumption

The following link provides free access to our recently published article “The sustainable business model pattern taxonomy—45 patterns to support sustainability-oriented business model innovation”.

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Papers in Brief (XXV): Lüdeke-Freund, Carroux, Joyce, Massa & Breuer (2018): The sustainable business model pattern taxonomy – 45 patterns to support sustainability-oriented business model innovation

Based on a literature review and classification methodology, a new taxonomy comprising 45 sustainable business model patterns was developed. This taxonomy can assist practitioners and researchers in classifying sustainable business models by learning from the experience of others.

Lecturer in Sustainable Business Operations – Cardiff University – Apply until 22nd July

Cardiff Business School is looking for a lecturer to deliver high-quality and research-led teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate level and conduct research in sustainability in a management context.

Save the date! NBM 2019 @ Berlin will take place 26-28 June 2019

The 4th International Conference on New Business Models will take place at ESCP Europe Business School, Berlin, 26-28 June 2019.

Papers in Brief (XXIV): Dentchev et al. (2018): Embracing the variety of sustainable business models

This introductory article summarizes and points to the highlights of the 37 articles published in the Journal of Cleaner Production special volume on Sustainable Business Models (SBMs).

Teaching Forum @ 2nd Business Model Conference, June 6-7, 2018, Florence

The Teaching Forum at the Business Model Conference 2018 is a platform to spark inspiration and exchange among scholars and practitioners on how to introduce business model thinking to students, organizations, and the general public.

ONE Doctoral Consortium at the Annual Meeting of the AOM, August 2018

The ONE Doctoral Consortium offers a networking, learning, and research reflection opportunity to doctoral students engaged in organizations and the natural environment (ONE) research.