University of Hertfordshire

By the same authors

Innovation for a circular economy: exploring the adoption of PSS by UK companies in the baby products sector

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Standard

Innovation for a circular economy : exploring the adoption of PSS by UK companies in the baby products sector. / Catulli, Maurizio; Brennan, Ross.

IMP Conference. Kolding, Denmark : University of Southern Denmark, 2015.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Harvard

Catulli, M & Brennan, R 2015, Innovation for a circular economy: exploring the adoption of PSS by UK companies in the baby products sector. in IMP Conference. University of Southern Denmark, Kolding, Denmark, 31st Annual IMP Conference, Kolding, Denmark, 25/08/15. <https://www.impgroup.org/uploads/papers/8545.pdf>

APA

Vancouver

Catulli M, Brennan R. Innovation for a circular economy: exploring the adoption of PSS by UK companies in the baby products sector. In IMP Conference. Kolding, Denmark: University of Southern Denmark. 2015

Author

Catulli, Maurizio ; Brennan, Ross. / Innovation for a circular economy : exploring the adoption of PSS by UK companies in the baby products sector. IMP Conference. Kolding, Denmark : University of Southern Denmark, 2015.

Bibtex

@inproceedings{0af6be2fb644443e8c075f4ac0dcbf0f,
title = "Innovation for a circular economy: exploring the adoption of PSS by UK companies in the baby products sector",
abstract = "Several authors have commented on the relatively slow rate at which Product Service Systems(PSS) have been adopted in B2B networks. Despite some prominent examples, such as theprovision of integrated lighting systems to Sainsbury{\textquoteright}s (supermarket chain) by Parkersell in theUK, and the {\textquoteleft}pay per copy{\textquoteright} (lease and take back) systems provided by copier companies such asXerox and Canon, PSS has not been widely adopted even though the business case seems sound.Consequently, the question of identifying and overcoming barriers to PSS adoption has becomean important research topic. In this study we explore barriers to the adoption of PSS in the UKbaby products industry using a qualitative research design employing in-depth interviews withbaby products suppliers (manufacturers) and buyers (retailers). The novelty of the approachadopted in this study is that key concepts from the Industrial Networks Approach are used toframe the analysis. Buyers and suppliers of baby products acknowledge the value of the PSSapproach, but PSS adoption is found to require considerable adaptation to conventional patternsof inter-organizational interaction. ",
author = "Maurizio Catulli and Ross Brennan",
year = "2015",
month = aug,
day = "29",
language = "English",
booktitle = "IMP Conference",
publisher = "University of Southern Denmark",
note = "31st Annual IMP Conference ; Conference date: 25-08-2015 Through 29-08-2015",

}

RIS

TY - GEN

T1 - Innovation for a circular economy

T2 - 31st Annual IMP Conference

AU - Catulli, Maurizio

AU - Brennan, Ross

PY - 2015/8/29

Y1 - 2015/8/29

N2 - Several authors have commented on the relatively slow rate at which Product Service Systems(PSS) have been adopted in B2B networks. Despite some prominent examples, such as theprovision of integrated lighting systems to Sainsbury’s (supermarket chain) by Parkersell in theUK, and the ‘pay per copy’ (lease and take back) systems provided by copier companies such asXerox and Canon, PSS has not been widely adopted even though the business case seems sound.Consequently, the question of identifying and overcoming barriers to PSS adoption has becomean important research topic. In this study we explore barriers to the adoption of PSS in the UKbaby products industry using a qualitative research design employing in-depth interviews withbaby products suppliers (manufacturers) and buyers (retailers). The novelty of the approachadopted in this study is that key concepts from the Industrial Networks Approach are used toframe the analysis. Buyers and suppliers of baby products acknowledge the value of the PSSapproach, but PSS adoption is found to require considerable adaptation to conventional patternsof inter-organizational interaction.

AB - Several authors have commented on the relatively slow rate at which Product Service Systems(PSS) have been adopted in B2B networks. Despite some prominent examples, such as theprovision of integrated lighting systems to Sainsbury’s (supermarket chain) by Parkersell in theUK, and the ‘pay per copy’ (lease and take back) systems provided by copier companies such asXerox and Canon, PSS has not been widely adopted even though the business case seems sound.Consequently, the question of identifying and overcoming barriers to PSS adoption has becomean important research topic. In this study we explore barriers to the adoption of PSS in the UKbaby products industry using a qualitative research design employing in-depth interviews withbaby products suppliers (manufacturers) and buyers (retailers). The novelty of the approachadopted in this study is that key concepts from the Industrial Networks Approach are used toframe the analysis. Buyers and suppliers of baby products acknowledge the value of the PSSapproach, but PSS adoption is found to require considerable adaptation to conventional patternsof inter-organizational interaction.

M3 - Conference contribution

BT - IMP Conference

PB - University of Southern Denmark

CY - Kolding, Denmark

Y2 - 25 August 2015 through 29 August 2015

ER -