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Marcus Wagner – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Sustainable innovation, Business Models and economic performance: an overview
    Journal of Cleaner Production, 2013
    Co-Authors: Frank Boons, Carlos Montalvo, Jaco Quist, Marcus Wagner

    Abstract:

    Sustainable development requires radical and systemic innovations. Such innovations can be more effectively created and studied when building on the Concept of Business Models. This Concept provides firms with a holistic framework to envision and implement sustainable innovations. For researchers, the Concept provides an analytical tool that allows them to assess the interplay between the different aspects that firms combine to create ecological, economic, and social value. In addition, the Business Model Concept provides a link between the individual firm and the larger production and consumption system in which it operates. This paper provides an introduction to the special issue, which emerged from selected papers presented at the ERSCP-EMSU 2010 Conference held in Delft, The Netherlands. Papers in the special issue cover a broad range, from a Conceptual discussion resulting in a research agenda, the assessment of diffusion of specific Business Models such as Product-Service Systems, the introduction of new management tools for Business transition management, to case studies on how specific Business Models evolved in specific communities. Together, these papers provide insight into the promise of the Business Model Concept for understanding and advancing sustainable innovation.

  • Sustainable innovation, Business Models and economic performance: An overview
    Journal of Cleaner Production, 2013
    Co-Authors: Frank Boons, Carlos Montalvo, Jaco Quist, Marcus Wagner

    Abstract:

    Sustainable development requires radical and systemic innovations. Such innovations can be more effectively created and studied when building on the Concept of Business Models. This Concept provides firms with a holistic framework to envision and implement sustainable innovations. For researchers, the Concept provides an analytical tool that allows them to assess the interplay between the different aspects that firms combine to create ecological, economic, and social value. In addition, the Business Model Concept provides a link between the individual firm and the larger production and consumption system in which it operates. This paper provides an introduction to the special issue, which emerged from selected papers presented at the ERSCP-EMSU 2010 Conference held in Delft, The Netherlands. Papers in the special issue cover a broad range, from a Conceptual discussion resulting in a research agenda, the assessment of diffusion of specific Business Models such as Product-Service Systems, the introduction of new management tools for Business transition management, to case studies on how specific Business Models evolved in specific communities. Together, these papers provide insight into the promise of the Business Model Concept for understanding and advancing sustainable innovation. © 2013 Published by Elsevier Ltd.

Frank Boons – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Sustainable innovation, Business Models and economic performance: an overview
    Journal of Cleaner Production, 2013
    Co-Authors: Frank Boons, Carlos Montalvo, Jaco Quist, Marcus Wagner

    Abstract:

    Sustainable development requires radical and systemic innovations. Such innovations can be more effectively created and studied when building on the Concept of Business Models. This Concept provides firms with a holistic framework to envision and implement sustainable innovations. For researchers, the Concept provides an analytical tool that allows them to assess the interplay between the different aspects that firms combine to create ecological, economic, and social value. In addition, the Business Model Concept provides a link between the individual firm and the larger production and consumption system in which it operates. This paper provides an introduction to the special issue, which emerged from selected papers presented at the ERSCP-EMSU 2010 Conference held in Delft, The Netherlands. Papers in the special issue cover a broad range, from a Conceptual discussion resulting in a research agenda, the assessment of diffusion of specific Business Models such as Product-Service Systems, the introduction of new management tools for Business transition management, to case studies on how specific Business Models evolved in specific communities. Together, these papers provide insight into the promise of the Business Model Concept for understanding and advancing sustainable innovation.

  • Sustainable innovation, Business Models and economic performance: An overview
    Journal of Cleaner Production, 2013
    Co-Authors: Frank Boons, Carlos Montalvo, Jaco Quist, Marcus Wagner

    Abstract:

    Sustainable development requires radical and systemic innovations. Such innovations can be more effectively created and studied when building on the Concept of Business Models. This Concept provides firms with a holistic framework to envision and implement sustainable innovations. For researchers, the Concept provides an analytical tool that allows them to assess the interplay between the different aspects that firms combine to create ecological, economic, and social value. In addition, the Business Model Concept provides a link between the individual firm and the larger production and consumption system in which it operates. This paper provides an introduction to the special issue, which emerged from selected papers presented at the ERSCP-EMSU 2010 Conference held in Delft, The Netherlands. Papers in the special issue cover a broad range, from a Conceptual discussion resulting in a research agenda, the assessment of diffusion of specific Business Models such as Product-Service Systems, the introduction of new management tools for Business transition management, to case studies on how specific Business Models evolved in specific communities. Together, these papers provide insight into the promise of the Business Model Concept for understanding and advancing sustainable innovation. © 2013 Published by Elsevier Ltd.

Christopher L Cl Tucci – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Clarifying Business Models: Origins, Present, and Future of the Concept
    Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 2018
    Co-Authors: Alexander Osterwalder, Yves Pigneur, Christopher L Cl Tucci

    Abstract:

    This paper aims to clarifyi the Concept of Business Models, its usages, and its roles in the Information Systems domain. A review of the literature shows a broad diversity of understandings, usages, and places in the firm. The paper identifies the terminology or ontology used to describe a Business Model, and compares this terminology with previous work. Then the general usages, roles and potential of the Concept are outlined. Finally, the connection between the Business Model Concept and Information Systems is described in the form of eight propositions to be analyzed in future work. Keywords:

  • clarifying Business Models origins present and future of the Concept
    Communications of The Ais, 2005
    Co-Authors: Alexander Osterwalder, Yves Pigneur, Christopher L Cl Tucci

    Abstract:

    This paper aims to clarify the Concept of Business Models, its usages, and its roles in the Information Systems domain. A review of the literature shows a broad diversity of understandings, usages, and places in the firm. The paper identifies the terminology or ontology used to describe a Business Model, and compares this terminology with previous work. Then the general usages, roles and potential of the Concept are outlined. Finally, the connection between the Business Model Concept and Information Systems is described in the form of eight propositions to be analyzed in future work.