Category Sustainable Business Model Innovation
CALL FOR PAPERS FOR SPECIAL ISSUE ON “BUSINESS EXPERIMENTATION FOR SUSTAINABILITY” – DEADLINE 31 MARCH 2019
This special issue in Journal of Cleaner Production explores ‘business experimentation for sustainability’ as an approach to accelerate sustainability transitions in business.
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.
The Cambridge Business Model Innovation Process is a framework to guide organisations’ business model innovation efforts and map the necessary activities and potential challenges involved.
Papers in Brief (XIV): Yang, Evans, Vladimirova & Rana (2017): Value uncaptured perspective for sustainable business model innovation
Business models have been examined mostly from the perspectives of value proposition, value creation, value delivery, and value capture. This article proposes the concept of “value uncaptured” – value that could be captured but has not yet been captured.
5th Hamburg Workshop on Sustainability-Oriented Business Models: “Neues Wirtschaftspotential durch die Circular Economy” (July 28, 2017, in German)
On July 28, 2017, the 5th Hamburg Workshop on Sustainability-Oriented Business Models takes place. This edition deals with product design and business models for a circular economy.
4th Hamburg Workshop on Sustainability-Oriented Business Models: “Lean for Flourishing Startups – Business Modelling and Testing Lab” (June 9, 2017)
Antony Upward and Ondine Hogeboom offer a full-day workshop on flourishing business model design at the University of Hamburg, Germany.
Papers in Brief (XII): Huijben, Verbong & Podoynitsyna (2016): Mainstreaming Solar – Stretching the Regulatory Regime Through Business Model Innovation
This paper addresses the question of how sustainable business model design is affected by governmental policies. Insights from transition studies and business model literature are integrated and substantiated with insights from the Dutch and Flemish solar energy markets.