Category Sustainable Business Model Innovation
Why is it so difficult to provide a comprehensive overview of circular economy business models? The answer is simple: because there are so many of them.
Papers in Brief (XXVII): Ciulli & Kolk (2019): Incumbents and business model innovation for the sharing economy: Implications for sustainability
The study explores the different ways in which incumbents are changing their existing business models to join the sharing economy and their implications for environmental, social and economic value creation.
The capability to move towards new business models is an important source of sustainable competitive advantage and a key leverage to improve the sustainability performance of organisations. This posting provides an overview of the sustainable business model innovation field.
Papers in Brief (XXVI): Bocken, Boons, Baldassarre (2019): Sustainable business model experimentation by understanding ecologies of business models
The paper presents a novel framework to assist in sustainable business model design and experimentation: The Ecology of Business Models Experimentation (EBME) map.
What are the things you have to know about sustainable business model innovation? We have a new and continuously updated Editorial Section on how to get to the business model you need.
The Smart Business Modeler is a new tool for online business modelling that provides continuous guidance based on intelligence augmentation and combines the latest technologies with state-of-the-art research on business model patterns.
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.