Tag Archives: Thesis

Business Model Innovation and Sustainability Transitions (Matthew J. Hannon)

A post by Dr. Matthew J. Hannon,  Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London. Setting the Scene There is a growing consensus that many of the current systems we rely on to satisfy our human needs (e.g. comfort, mobility, nutrition etc.) are fundamentally unsustainable. Consequently, there is a pressing need to both swiftly and radically reconfigure […]

Welcome Matthew!

SustainableBusinessModel.org has new active member: Dr. Matthew J. Hannon, Research Associate at the Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London, joined the team of active writers for this blog. Welcome! Read Matthew’s introduction to himself: “I have over the past few years become increasingly interested in the development and application of novel business models and how these might […]

Developing Theories of Business Models (Susan C. Lambert)

A post by Associate Professor Dr. Susan C. Lambert, University of South Australia, Business School Business model research has emerged from management, entrepreneurship, innovation, information systems and more recently sustainability schools of thought, each discipline bringing with it its own context specific perspective. Although there is some evidence of gravitation towards a consensus as to the […]

Welcome Susan!

SustainableBusinessModel.org has new active member: Dr. Susan C. Lambert, Associate Professor at the University of South Australia, joined the team of active writers for this blog. Welcome! Susan is truly dedicated to advancing business model theory. Her PhD thesis (2010) was entitled “Progressing Business Model Research Towards Mid-Range Theory Building”. Her interest in business model research dates […]