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Service Typology Webinar - January 2015

last modified Feb 03, 2015 01:56 PM
Webinar by Dr Veronica Martinez, on 'Service Typology - A Classification Model for Product-Service Offerings', presented on 12 January 2015.


Service Typology - A Classification Model for Product-Service Offerings

The presentation is based on a paper entitled: ‘A Classification Model for Product-Service Offerings’ which was written by Paolo Gaiardelli, Barabar Resta, Veronica Martinez, Oberto Pinto, and Pavel Albores, and was has recently been published in the Journal of Cleaner Production.  The paper outlines a strategic tool that in a simple map shows the wide spectrum of service types. Organisations generally use it to map their current services offerings and plan future ones – e.g. The strategic move to the next services. The classification illustrates how other organisations (including competitors) are competing with different services in different markets. [paper] [webinar] [presentation].

 

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