Category: In Practice

Articles that explore topics in practice

Can service-dominant logic help us understand and harness the circular economy? Yes

We need to move from the linear economy of take-make-waste. An economy that parallels the embed-exchange-use up logic of goods-dominant logic.

And move to the circular economy. An economy that, amongst other things, aims to to minimise waste and pollution through reusing, sharing, refurbishing and recycling.

And that economy shares a lot with service-dominant logic. With looking beyond the exchange, co-ordination of resources and co-creation of value

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Our economies are increasingly services dominant. Yet we typically perform service innovation using product innovation approaches. This raises two questions. Firstly, are service and product innovation the same? Secondly, should, or even can, we apply product-dominant innovation thinking in our service-dominant economies? That McKinsey’s recently found 94% of executives are not happy with the outcome […]
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This site started with The Innovation Problem - not least that 94% of executives are unhappy with innovation performance- and my experience starting a global innovation account's innovation function.

What is the solution?

That is what this article builds. Pulling out the lessons from all the articles on this site I am building a blueprint of an organisation and approach that doesn't suffer from the problems that lead

It is an article that is continually being updated and reformed as I go through my journey

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