Publication detail

Business model engagement levels in relation to environmental challenges from a multiple customer value perspective

KITA, P.

Original Title

Business model engagement levels in relation to environmental challenges from a multiple customer value perspective

English Title

Business model engagement levels in relation to environmental challenges from a multiple customer value perspective

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Research purpose: Global environmental challenges show just how crucial can incorporating sustainable development principals be for a company. The article’s objective is to describe how environmental challenges lead to changes in the business model towards multiple customer value creation. Results are stated later in the article. Methodology/methods: To complete the article’s objective methods of secondary data collection and retrievals were use. The obtained information was afterwards compared to find and evaluate opinions of various authors dealing with the issue of multiple value. This was later completed by schemes showing business models with a different level of engagement in environmental challenges of sustainable development. Scientific goal: The stated issue attracts the attention of scientific research, alongside with the acute ecological situation and the necessity of integrating social aspects into business models. The scientific goal was to identify approaches of various authors to the issue of multiple customer value in a way which would provide applicable knowledge to innovate existing business models in a relevant way transition to novel business models based on fusing ecological, social and economic dimensions of sustainable development. Findings: The article’s results relate to the stated research question and find use as a tool to compare traditional business models and demands regarding novel business model creation. Conclusions: The necessity to research novel business models based on sustainable multiple customer value creation is expressed, at the article’s end. Novel business models represent a new tool to achieve positive customer perception and acceptance of the business itself while still remaining competitive in the face of global environmental challenges

English abstract

Research purpose: Global environmental challenges show just how crucial can incorporating sustainable development principals be for a company. The article’s objective is to describe how environmental challenges lead to changes in the business model towards multiple customer value creation. Results are stated later in the article. Methodology/methods: To complete the article’s objective methods of secondary data collection and retrievals were use. The obtained information was afterwards compared to find and evaluate opinions of various authors dealing with the issue of multiple value. This was later completed by schemes showing business models with a different level of engagement in environmental challenges of sustainable development. Scientific goal: The stated issue attracts the attention of scientific research, alongside with the acute ecological situation and the necessity of integrating social aspects into business models. The scientific goal was to identify approaches of various authors to the issue of multiple customer value in a way which would provide applicable knowledge to innovate existing business models in a relevant way transition to novel business models based on fusing ecological, social and economic dimensions of sustainable development. Findings: The article’s results relate to the stated research question and find use as a tool to compare traditional business models and demands regarding novel business model creation. Conclusions: The necessity to research novel business models based on sustainable multiple customer value creation is expressed, at the article’s end. Novel business models represent a new tool to achieve positive customer perception and acceptance of the business itself while still remaining competitive in the face of global environmental challenges

Keywords

environmental challenges, business model, multiple customer value, sustainable development

Released

19.05.2016

Location

Brno

ISBN

978-80-214-5413-2

Book

21st International Scientific Conference Smart and Efficient Economy: Preparation for the Future Innovative Economy Proceeding of Selected Papers May 19–20, 2016 Brno, Czech Republic

Pages from

301

Pages to

307

Pages count

749

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT128832,
  author="Peter {Kita}",
  title="Business model engagement levels in relation to environmental challenges from a multiple customer value perspective",
  annote="Research purpose: Global environmental challenges show just how crucial can incorporating sustainable development principals be for a company. The article’s objective is to describe how environmental challenges lead to changes in the business model towards multiple customer value creation. Results are stated later in the article.
Methodology/methods: To complete the article’s objective methods of secondary data collection and retrievals were use. The obtained information was afterwards compared to find and evaluate opinions of various authors dealing with the issue of multiple value. This was later completed by schemes showing business models with a different level of engagement in environmental challenges of sustainable development.
Scientific goal: The stated issue attracts the attention of scientific research, alongside with the acute ecological situation and the necessity of integrating social aspects into business models. The scientific goal was to identify approaches of various authors to the issue of multiple customer value in a way which would provide applicable knowledge to innovate existing business models in a relevant way transition to novel business models based on fusing ecological, social and economic dimensions of sustainable development.
Findings: The article’s results relate to the stated research question and find use as a tool to compare traditional business models and demands regarding novel business model creation. 
Conclusions: The necessity to research novel business models based on sustainable multiple customer value creation is expressed, at the article’s end. Novel business models represent a new tool to achieve positive customer perception and acceptance of the business itself while still remaining competitive in the face of global environmental challenges
",
  booktitle="21st International Scientific Conference Smart and Efficient Economy: Preparation for the Future Innovative Economy Proceeding of Selected Papers May 19–20, 2016 Brno, Czech Republic",
  chapter="128832",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2016",
  month="may",
  pages="301--307",
  type="conference paper"
}