7 per cent of firms in the UK are classified as 'high growth firms' with annual employment growth of 20% for three consecutive years (Anyadike-Danes et al., 2011). Compared to a number of other OECD economies, UK firms lag behind in terms of aspired and realised growth (Bravo Biosca, 2010). To develop its international competitiveness the UK needs to improve its record in growing its business firms using business models. This seminar series focuses on seeking to maximise the contribution of business models to UK jobs and productivity growth, facilitate high-quality collaborative research on business models and performance; and maximise the policy and strategy impact of business model research. It is widely recognised that growth is strongly influenced by a range of issues such as social, institutional and cultural - Phan, 2004; Davidsson and Wiklund, 2006), issues that need a business modelling approach.
The aim of the first seminar is to develop our understanding of business models. The seminar will provide an understanding of business models, by breaking down the business model into its constituent parts and exploring their perhaps dynamic nature. It will examine current business applications and specifically explore the links between the business model and strategic decision-making performance indicators, innovation and creativity.
This seminar is the FIRST in a series of eight seminars. More information relating to the other seminars can be found via the following flyer - Business Models Seminar Series
This event will take place on the 7th February 2014
Who Should Attend
This seminar is primarily intended for an academic audience with a specifc interest in breaking down and analysing business models.
Benefits of Attendance
The seminar will provide an understanding of business models, by breaking down the business model into its constituent parts and exploring their perhaps dynamic nature.
- It will examine current business applications and specifically explore the links between the business model and strategic decision-making performance indicators, innovation and creativity.
Main Auditorium, The British Library Conference Centre, 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB
Professor Charles Baden-Fuller, Cass Business School, London
Professors Benoit Demil and Xavier Lecocq, University of Lille
Professor Julian Birkinshaw, London Business School
Professor Colin Haslam, Queen Mary University, London
Professor Peter McNamara, National University of Ireland, Maynooth
Professor Christian Neilsen, Center for Research Excellence in Business Models, Aalborg, DK
Mr. Martin Lang, Director, Eurocoptors
Mr. Vaughan Collie, Accourt plc
|09:30||Registration and coffee – Sally Halper, Social Sciences Content Development Manager, The British Library|
Introduction to the Seminar Series – topics and timetable
Prof Nicholas O’Regan, Associate Dean, Research & Innovation and Professor of Strategy, Innovation & Enterprise, Faculty of Business & Law, UWE, Bristol
|10:05 - 10:50||
Business Models as Models: A Research Agenda
|10:50 - 11:15||Coffee|
|11:15 - 11:50||
The Practice of Business Model Evolution
Benoit Demil and Xavier Lecocq
University of Lille
|11:50 - 12:25||
The link between business models and management models
Prof Julian Birkinshaw
London Business School
|12:25 - 13:10||Lunch – with at 12:40, *an optional tour of the British Library (pre-registration required)|
13:10 - 13:40
|13:40 - 14:10||
Human Capital Selection and Development as Drivers of Business Model Performance and Transformation: Lessons from Global Sport
Dr Peter McNamara
National University of Ireland, Maynooth
|14:10 - 14:40||
|14:40 - 15:00||Tea|
|15:00 - 15:30||
Business Models; the Practitioner Perspective
Changing the business model from product to service
|15:30 - 16:00||
Emerging Business Models in the mobile payments infrastructure
|16:00 - 16:10||
Closing Remarks and invitation to re-convene at Henley Business School, University of Reading
Prof Abby Ghobadian
This event is part of a series of seminars. Please refer to the following flyer for further information - Business Models Seminar Series
Economic and Social Research Council
Travel assistance (up to £100.00) and free refreshments for the first 8 PhD students to apply and the charge for refreshments for the next 12 PhD students to apply will be refunded.
Further information from: Gwen.Coombs@uwe.ac.uk
The price for this event is a registration fee of £25.00. This payment will be processed once the completed registration form has been received. Then please contact Rukshan Soysa - email@example.com, 020 7383 9793
Cancellation policy: For this event only, a refund can be claimed if a cancellation request is made BEFORE the 24th JANUARY. After this date, a refund cannot be processed.
The booking deadline of this event is: 5 February 2014
To book your place please go to: Click ESRC Research Series: Seminar One
6 Euston Road,
|ESRC Reg Fee||£ 25.00|