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Call for Proposals: Business Innovation and Disruption By Design
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This volume is soliciting chapter proposals from a multidisciplinary array of scholars to investigate how particular design practices impact business innovation and/or transformation of industry structures, modes of collaboration, business models, business strategies or competitive dynamics.

11/1/2014
When: 11/1/2014
Contact: Alison Rieple
+44 (0)20 7911 5000 ext 66762

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Proposal deadline: november 1, 2014

 

"Business innovation and Disruption by Design"

Vol. 4 in the Business Innovation and Disruption Book Series

 

Co-Editors: Robert DeFillippi, Alison Rieple & Patrik Wikstrom
Publisher: Edward Elgar

 

This volume will examine how innovations in design methodologies, tools and practices are disrupting and transforming industry structures, customer relations, business models and competition in those industries that are design-driven, but also those that have traditionally been less affected by design inputs and capabilities. We are also interested in proposals that explore how such macro economic trends as digitization, globalization, and changing dynamics of customer engagement are contributing to or curtailing the impacts of design innovation on industry disruption and transformation.

This volume is soliciting chapter proposals from a multidisciplinary array of scholars to investigate how each of the five design practices listed below impact business innovation and/or transformation of industry structures, modes of collaboration, business models, business strategies or competitive dynamics.

Each paper proposal only needs to link one of the below design practices to one or more of the previously articulated business innovation or disruptive impacts.

Design Thinking

  • Design / co-creation, including open design processes
  • Consumer experience design
  • Product-service-system design
  • Workplace design

Other design perspectives will also be considered if they can be linked to demonstrable business innovation or disruptive impacts.

 

This volume is seeking manuscripts that can address the above topics through a variety of modes of analysis: institutional analyses, quantitative empirical study, case studies, and theory-based simulations or modeling.

 

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