How to create a sustainable value proposition in logistics?

Maria Antikainen (Corresponding author), Minna Lammi, Angelos Balatsas-Lekkas

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Abstract

In order to transform towards a sustainable economy, there is a need to change radically how business is done. This includes rethinking the business models including the value proposed. In this study we create a sustainable value proposition framework including value for consumers and environment, social value and value for key stakeholders. We use this framework to analyse value propositions of three value logistics companies. We also explore the potential conflicts between these value propositions. Our results indicate that although the approach was new to these companies, they already have considered their value propositions for these stakeholder groups. The study identified a conflict between the environmental and customer value, yet the companies already had considered actions to change this a positive opportunity.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCelebrating Innovation
Subtitle of host publication500 Years Since Da Vinci
EditorsIain Bitran, Steffen Conn, Chris Gernreich, Michelle Heber, K.R.E. Huizingh, Olga Kokshagina, Marko Torkkeli, Marcus Tynnhammar
PublisherInternational Society for Professional Innovation Management ISPIM
Number of pages16
ISBN (Print)978-952-335-351-0
Publication statusPublished - 16 Jun 2019
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
EventXXX ISPIM Innovation Conference: Celebrating Innovation - 500 Years Since Da Vinci - Florence, Italy
Duration: 16 Jun 201919 Jun 2019
https://www.ispim-innovation-conference.com/

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ConferenceXXX ISPIM Innovation Conference
CountryItaly
CityFlorence
Period16/06/1919/06/19
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Value proposition
Logistics
Sustainable value
Stakeholders
Customer value
Business model
Environmental values
Social values

Keywords

  • sustainability
  • resource efficiency
  • value creation
  • consumer orientation
  • service Innovation
  • business model innovation
  • logistics
  • case study
  • circular economy

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Antikainen, M., Lammi, M., & Balatsas-Lekkas, A. (2019). How to create a sustainable value proposition in logistics? In I. Bitran, S. Conn, C. Gernreich, M. Heber, K. R. E. Huizingh, O. Kokshagina, M. Torkkeli, ... M. Tynnhammar (Eds.), Celebrating Innovation: 500 Years Since Da Vinci International Society for Professional Innovation Management ISPIM.
Antikainen, Maria ; Lammi, Minna ; Balatsas-Lekkas, Angelos. / How to create a sustainable value proposition in logistics?. Celebrating Innovation: 500 Years Since Da Vinci. editor / Iain Bitran ; Steffen Conn ; Chris Gernreich ; Michelle Heber ; K.R.E. Huizingh ; Olga Kokshagina ; Marko Torkkeli ; Marcus Tynnhammar. International Society for Professional Innovation Management ISPIM, 2019.
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Antikainen, M, Lammi, M & Balatsas-Lekkas, A 2019, How to create a sustainable value proposition in logistics? in I Bitran, S Conn, C Gernreich, M Heber, KRE Huizingh, O Kokshagina, M Torkkeli & M Tynnhammar (eds), Celebrating Innovation: 500 Years Since Da Vinci. International Society for Professional Innovation Management ISPIM, XXX ISPIM Innovation Conference, Florence, Italy, 16/06/19.

How to create a sustainable value proposition in logistics? / Antikainen, Maria (Corresponding author); Lammi, Minna; Balatsas-Lekkas, Angelos.

Celebrating Innovation: 500 Years Since Da Vinci. ed. / Iain Bitran; Steffen Conn; Chris Gernreich; Michelle Heber; K.R.E. Huizingh; Olga Kokshagina; Marko Torkkeli; Marcus Tynnhammar. International Society for Professional Innovation Management ISPIM, 2019.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference article in proceedingsScientificpeer-review

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Antikainen M, Lammi M, Balatsas-Lekkas A. How to create a sustainable value proposition in logistics? In Bitran I, Conn S, Gernreich C, Heber M, Huizingh KRE, Kokshagina O, Torkkeli M, Tynnhammar M, editors, Celebrating Innovation: 500 Years Since Da Vinci. International Society for Professional Innovation Management ISPIM. 2019