Can Participatory Action Research Create Value for Business Model Innovation?

Bidragets oversatte titel: Kan deltagerinvolveret Aktions Forskning skabe værdi for Business Model inovation.

Mogens Sparre, Ole Horn Rasmussen, Alf Michael Fast

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Abstract: Participatory Action Research (PAR) has a longer academic history compared with the idea of business models (BMs). This paper indicates how industries gain by using the combined methodology. The research question "Can participatory action research create value for Business Model Innovation (BMI)?” – has been investigated from five different perspectives based upon The Business Model Cube and The Where to Look Model. Using both established and newly developed tools the paper presents how. Theory and data from two cases are presented and it is demonstrated how industry increase their monetary and/or non-monetary value creation doing BMI based upon PAR.
The process is essential and using the methodology of PAR creates meaning. Behind the process, the RAR methodology and its link to BM and BMI may contribute to theory construction and creation of a common language in academia around the idea of BM and BMI.

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KonferenceISPIM Innovations Conferencen i Wien 2017
LandØstrig
ByWienna
Periode18/06/201721/06/2017
Internetadresse

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Sparre, M., Rasmussen, O. H., & Fast, A. M. (2017). Can Participatory Action Research Create Value for Business Model Innovation?. Afhandling præsenteret på ISPIM Innovations Conferencen i Wien 2017, Wienna, Østrig.
Sparre, Mogens ; Rasmussen, Ole Horn ; Fast, Alf Michael. / Can Participatory Action Research Create Value for Business Model Innovation?. Afhandling præsenteret på ISPIM Innovations Conferencen i Wien 2017, Wienna, Østrig.
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Sparre, M, Rasmussen, OH & Fast, AM 2017, 'Can Participatory Action Research Create Value for Business Model Innovation?' Paper fremlagt ved ISPIM Innovations Conferencen i Wien 2017, Wienna, Østrig, 18/06/2017 - 21/06/2017, .

Can Participatory Action Research Create Value for Business Model Innovation? / Sparre, Mogens; Rasmussen, Ole Horn; Fast, Alf Michael.

2017. Afhandling præsenteret på ISPIM Innovations Conferencen i Wien 2017, Wienna, Østrig.

Publikation: Konferencebidrag uden forlag/tidsskriftPaper uden forlag/tidsskriftForskningpeer review

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Sparre M, Rasmussen OH, Fast AM. Can Participatory Action Research Create Value for Business Model Innovation?. 2017. Afhandling præsenteret på ISPIM Innovations Conferencen i Wien 2017, Wienna, Østrig.