Collaborative Project Business Model Innovation in Ecosystems

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Abstract

The research shed light on how collaborative project Business Model Innovation (BMI) can enable innovation for more energy production with less costs within offshore wind park ecosystems. The empirical qualitative research took place from September 2017 to June 2018 with 4 enterprises in an initial individual 1-day meeting and three 1-day network meetings within the nearshore wind park energy value network.

The findings highlight the essentials for successful collaborative BMI:
• Antecedent heterogeneous preferred individual and organisational behaviors.
• Frontload of collaborative project BMI for knowledge creation in subsequent project execution.
An overview on these findings is provided through the graphic illustrative model called ‘Project FrontEco BMI’. The underlying dynamic processes created suggestions for value creation, higher reliability and faster flow through the port requiring less investments. Hereby an interesting contribution is made to shed light on the hitherto experienced black box in ecosystem literature for application by offshore wind practitioners
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationXXX ISPIM Conference Proceedings
EditorsIan Bitran, Steffen Conn, Chris Gernreich, Michelle Heber, K R E Huizingh, Olga Kokshagina, Marko Torkkeli, Marcus Tynnhammar
PublisherISPIM
Publication date18. Jun 2019
ISBN (Print)9789523353510
Publication statusPublished - 18. Jun 2019
EventXXX ISPIM Innovation Conference: Celebrating innovation - 500 years since Da Vinci - Florence, Italy
Duration: 16. Jun 201920. Jun 2019
Conference number: XXX

Conference

ConferenceXXX ISPIM Innovation Conference
NumberXXX
CountryItaly
CityFlorence
Period16/06/201920/06/2019

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