Sustainability as a Service Offering
This strategic initiative aims to develop practical tools and frameworks that enable companies to compete for sustainability as a service offering. The initiative investigate how industrial firms can strengthen their competitiveness with sustainability as an integrated element in service offerings.
ABOUT THE INITIATIVE
Understanding the multifaceted, integrated nature of products, services, and data has become essential for competitiveness. Leveraging capabilities and insights into P+S+D integration enables firms to configure value systems and resources that skillfully combine and integrate products, services, and data.
In a world where service is the norm these capabilities present opportunities to embrace new competitive priorities. In particular, firms are embracing sustainability as a service differentiator in response to the UN Compact Goals and the ESG agenda, and in recognition of their societal responsibilities. Similarly, there is an increasing interest in subscription- and outcome based business models as alternative payment options. “Sustainability as a Service Offering” present major growth opportunities for Danish firms. The strategic initiative is based on a desire to understand how “Sustainability as a Service Offering” can successfully be leveraged as a competitive response in a changing world, which raises important questions for managers and researchers.
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The Sustainability as a Service Offering practitioner guide stems from research undertaken by Copenhagen Business School (CBS) as part of a three-year research project on “Product+Service+Data Integration” – in short, P+S+D Integration.
The project is part of a larger initiative, Servitize.DK, which aims to enhance Danish firms’ abilities to successfully compete by providing service offerings. The project is financially supported by Industriens Fond.
INVOLVEMENT IN THE INITIATIVE
RESEARCH FACULTY INVOLVED IN THE PROJECT ARE: