SCALER and the University of Cambridge Institute for Manufacturing (IfM) are hosting a second course on business model innovation for the circular economy, 30 April – 1 May 2020 in Cambridge, UK. This follows a first launch of the course in February 2019.
Date: 30 April–1 May 2020
Duration, format and location: Two-day residential workshop; Madingley Hall, Cambridge, UK
The challenge facing organisations is how to envisage and design the right future business model that helps to make the transition to circularity. This will support companies to remain competitive and operate sustainably in an increasingly interconnected world.
Business model innovation for a circular economy
Use cutting-edge business model innovation tools designed by the University of Cambridge to discover how to transform your business to deliver uncaptured and sustainable value throughout the lifecycle, and design value propositions for the stakeholders in your business networks.
- Is your business getting the full benefit of the value you are creating for customers and other stakeholders?
- Could your current business model be actively destroying value and ultimately affecting the organisation’s ability to capture value in the long run?
- How do you identify resource synergies that will enable circular business models?
Answers to these questions will be explored during the two-day short course, through the business model innovation tools, industry case studies and insights from leading research on the circular economy.
Benefits of attending
The workshop will stretch thinking through discussions with leading academics and practitioners, aiming to:
- Develop a new lens for business model innovation
- Analyse and deliver sustainable value across a product life cycle
- Gain new perspectives on value creation and capture
- Identify opportunities for implementing circular economy solutions
- Share and learn from others about being a change agent
The University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) Labs bring together professionals to test and challenge cutting-edge responses to global problems. Their two-day sustainability workshops, held four times per year in Cambridge, are an opportunity for professional development, co-creation and networking – all with real application to your company or organisational situation.
For more information and to register, please click here.