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Toward a Service (Eco)Systems Perspective on Value Creation

Heiko Wieland, Francesco Polese, Stephen L. Vargo, Robert F. Lusch
2012 International Journal of Service Science Management Engineering and Technology  
This article discusses how the core concepts of service-dominant logic-service-for-service exchange, value co-creation, value propositions, resource integration, and highly collaborative relationships-point  ...  to a generic actor conceptualization in which all actors engaged in exchange (e.g., firms, customers, etc.) are viewed as service providing, value-creating enterprises.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This article draws on and extends previously published S-D logic publications.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jssmet.2012070102 fatcat:mjtaoq5kinc7bfch6pldlwmvxe

A Value Co-creation Perspective on Information Systems Analysis and Design

Kazem Haki, Michael Blaschke, Stephan Aier, Robert Winter
2018 Business & Information Systems Engineering  
Keywords Information systems analysis and design Á Service-dominant logic Á Value co-creation Á Research agenda Accepted after three revisions by Ulrich Frank.  ...  With the aim of introducing value co-creation as a new discourse to ISAD research, this research note argues that (1) the lens of S-D logic with its core concept of value co-creation provides a novel perspective  ...  in a research agenda towards advancing ISAD from a value co-creation perspective.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12599-018-0557-x fatcat:rp4b7ffixffcrn5dhbtcnnqwm4

Towards a framework for modular service design synthesis

Martin Løkkegaard, Niels Henrik Mortensen, Tim C. McAloone
2016 Research in Engineering Design  
His current research is focused on system architecture integration for high-speed product development.  ...  Nevertheless, this paper contributes to the emerging literature on service modularity by presenting a specific operational approach for description and utilisation of modular service platforms and architectures  ...  A service is a co-creation between customer and service provider and generally exists in the boundary between the customer value proposition and implementation (Perrey & Lycett 2003) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00163-016-0215-6 fatcat:fu6pforai5cfnm5lz7dqaqqrly

Technology as an operant resource in service (eco)systems

Melissa Archpru Akaka, Stephen L. Vargo
2013 Information Systems and E-Business Management  
In this paper, we explore the role and scope of technology in value co-creation, service innovation and service systems-value co-creation configurations of people technology and value propositions (Maglio  ...  In this view, technology can be conceptualized as an operant resource-one that is capable of acting on other resources to create value-and, thus, becomes a critical resource for value co-creation, service  ...  Importantly, a service ecosystems view underscores the differences in perspectives and practices in value co-creation within and among service systems.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10257-013-0220-5 fatcat:gu32b7hrq5eopkggetvuy4hyvu

The relational sociology of eco-innovation

Martin David, Henriette Rutjes, Alena Bleicher
2019 Revista Espanola de Sociologia  
A pesar de mostrar que los valores ecológicos desempeñan un papel menor en el proceso de eco-innovación, el artículo señala que la eco-innovación está profundamente relacionada con desarrollos históricos  ...  Esta re-incorporación también incluye examinar el rol de los valores durante los procesos de creación de innovación, lo cual ha sido tratado con gran ambigüedad en la literatura de eco-innovación.  ...  Nevertheless, the figurational perspective on norms and values is twofold. On the one hand, practices are always value-laden.  ... 
doi:10.22325/fes/res.2019.28 fatcat:h4vieycqqbazhli5cvmed3omge


Grzegorz Paluszak, Joanna Wiśniewska-Paluszak
2018 Economic Sciences for Agribusiness and Rural Economy  
The eco-industry bank plays a significant role of connecting ecology with business for the stakeholders' economic and social benefits.  ...  This article aims at conceptualization of new construct of eco-industrial bank and discusses its role in the development of eco-industrial symbiosis.  ...  Interaction enables heterogeneity of bank's resources to be exploiting as a means of value creation for stakeholders and bank. Actor webs link to co-evolution and jointness.  ... 
doi:10.22630/esare.2018.1.56 fatcat:m4o2syc2r5fq3fwchqbdfvzlha

Integrated Product Service Engineering - Factors influencing environmental performance [chapter]

Sofia Lingegård, Tomohiko Sakao, Mattias Lindahl
2012 Design for Innovative Value Towards a Sustainable Society  
This research was partially supported by a Trafikverket (the Swedish Transport Administration)-funded project "Integrated Product Service Offerings of the Railway Infrastructure System".  ...  Also acknowledging co-creation of value by a provider and a customer/user is a strong idea behind the servicizing (see e.g.  ...  Thus, a provider can design something contributing to its value, but cannot design the value itself. This means that control of risks of the value creation process is crucial.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-007-3010-6_74 fatcat:joeuorszpzcc3pueo3hr5wk454

Process eco-innovation: assessing meso-level eco-efficiency in industrial water-service systems

Les Levidow, Palle Lindgaard-Jørgensen, Åsa Nilsson, Sara Alongi Skenhall, Dionysis Assimacopoulos
2016 Journal of Cleaner Production  
Such eco-innovations involve more complex interactions beyond the production site, so the options warrant a whole-system comparative assessment.  ...  Each study stimulated internal company discussions on the need and means to evaluate whole-system effects of investment decisions.  ...  Acknowledgements This paper arises from 'EcoWater: Meso-level eco-efficiency indicators to assess technologies & their uptake in water use sectors', a collaborative research project of the 7th Framework  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jclepro.2014.12.086 fatcat:k7d6wozrbjcn5gubx52j5ig6xm

Local Value Creation and Eco-design: A New Paradigm

Benjamin Tyl, Iban Lizarralde, Romain Allais
2015 Procedia CIRP  
A last section proposes to identify potential contradiction between the LVC and the eco-design concept, in order to draw first outlines of a new eco-design paradigm with a Local Value Creation dimension  ...  However, the Local Value Creation (LVC) thinking can be a great insight for designers to develop more ecoinnovative concepts, through new product design, new services and new business models.  ...  In a CSR perspective, through the ISO 26000 norm, the value creation system encompasses both the creation and the destruction of value in the sphere of influence of the organization.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procir.2015.02.024 fatcat:kjccofaxofelnpqs3smjhcii4y

Towards a Unified Perspective on Human Service Delivery Systems: Application of the Teaching-Family Model [chapter]

Gary A. Bernfeld, Karen A. Blase, Dean L. Fixsen
1990 Behavior Disorders of Adolescence  
This chapter is designed to point the way toward a "broader and deeper" perspective on the delivery of human services, using examples drawn from research and practice with behavior-disordered adolescents  ...  Hamlet-Act I, Scene 5 The purpose of this portion of our chapter is to capture a more dynamic, multilevel, and unified perspective on human service delivery systems and to provide a context for what is  ...  Give an example for each level that illustrates the importance of a systems perspective on service delivery. Cantrell and Cantrell's (1985) eco-behavioral model of behavior 5.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4615-3734-2_13 fatcat:yckqfrvd5rgwvefl6savx5pjcm

Eco-Innovation Indices as Tools for Measuring Eco-Innovation

Mi Park, Raimund Bleischwitz, Ki Han, Eun Jang, Ji Joo
2017 Sustainability  
It is expected that this research contributes to developing and modifying a global eco-innovation index and enhancing the ability of these indices to facilitate eco-innovation strategies at national levels  ...  We conclude both are promising, despite data shortages, and have great potential to contribute towards the sustainable development goals (SDGs), particularly with regard to the SDGs on sustainable industrialization  ...  Governments can develop a national system that enables the production of eco-friendly goods and services.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su9122206 fatcat:4wgfhxhqxzaixa6h3agjlvcrjq

The Origins and Purpose of Eco-Innovation

Mario Pansera
2011 Global Environment: A Journal of Transdisciplinary History  
The present article aims to provide a historical perspective on the concept of eco-innovation, its different meaning and its position in the modern debate around sustainability.  ...  Rising demand for more sustainable products and services from civil society has become a major challenge for policy makers.  ...  Such changes are likely to take place only with a social evolution towards a more sustainable arrangement of the present system of the values that characterise our societies.  ... 
doi:10.3197/ge.2011.040706 fatcat:roe2ja6cbfhdthz63wlrqja2s4

Green Computing, eco trends, climate change, e-waste and eco-friendly

Shedrack Mmeah, Barida Baah, Abasiama G. Akpan
2018 International Journal of Computer Applications Technology and Research  
IT services in terms of the creation of customer value, business value and societal value.  ...  This paper provides a review of the literature on sustainable IT, key areas of focus, and identifies a core set of principles to guide sustainable IT service design.  ...  We define sustainable IT services from a total societal value perspective as the aggregate value available to society from the systematic integration and alignment of the individual IT service components  ... 
doi:10.7753/ijcatr0710.1002 fatcat:kxwm644bwzdwfmlqnidn2nauaq

Taking Eco-Innovation to the Road—A Design-Based Workshop Concept for the Development of Eco-Innovative Business Models

Antje Bierwisch, Lucas Huter, Juliana Pattermann, Oliver Som
2021 Sustainability  
By building on stakeholder- and value-centred perspectives and ensuring a holistic understanding of sustainability and innovation, the paper derives a number of procedural design principles that could  ...  However, eco-innovative business models differ from conventional business models and have special requirements in terms of stakeholder involvement, value definition, and value creation.  ...  Keeping SDP #2 (value-centred perspective) in mind, the workshop participants are introduced to a set of trends of the EU food system, such as food processing and consumer trends, based on a trend report  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13168811 fatcat:h453y53mi5cdreb3hw77lhf3hy

Towards a unified perspective on human service delivery systems: Application of the teaching-family model

Gary A. Bernfeld, Karen A. Blase, Dean L. Fixsen
2006 The Behavior Analyst Today  
This chapter is designed to point the way toward a "broader and deeper" perspective on the delivery of human services, using examples drawn from research and practice with behavior-disordered adolescents  ...  Hamlet-Act I, Scene 5 The purpose of this portion of our chapter is to capture a more dynamic, multilevel, and unified perspective on human service delivery systems and to provide a context for what is  ...  Give an example for each level that illustrates the importance of a systems perspective on service delivery. Cantrell and Cantrell's (1985) eco-behavioral model of behavior 5.  ... 
doi:10.1037/h0100087 fatcat:cte6ko2bpfdslpvgcdx4nppa4a
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