The Road to Servitization - How Servitization Can Disrupt Companies’ Business Models?
The seminar will be a summary of the research activities conducted on the topic of Servitization.
The first part of the talk will focus on the presentation of the research topic developed by discussing the key concepts, the main developments of research, and the research frontier. The second part will present the main research questions that have driven the research activity, and there will also be an overview of the research methodology adopted. Finally, there will be an overview of research papers published on the topic.
Short Bio: Alessandro Annarelli got the MSc in management engineering at Sapienza University of Rome (Italy) in 2014, thesis entitled “Resilience: a bibliographic investigation into the origins, development, and future directions of the research domain”. In 2018, he got a PhD in Sustainable Energy and Technologies at Free University of Bozen (Italy), thesis entitled “The strategic value of Product Service System – An empirical investigation”. During his PhD, Alessandro was PhD visiting student Luleå University of Technology (Sweden). Between 2017 and 2018 he was postdoctoral researcher at University of Udine (Italy), working on the Interreg Med project “Investing in Sustainable Blue Growth and Competitiveness throufh 3-Pillar Business” (iBlue). Since 2018 Alessandro is postdoctoral researcher at Sapienza University of Rome. He is author of several articles published on scientific international journals, such as Omega, Journal of Cleaner Production, Industrial Management and Data Systems, Sustainability and of the book “The Road to Servitization. How Product Service Systems Can Disrupt Companies’ Business Models” edited by Springer. He is member of the Editorial Board of Journal of Business Research, and is reviewer for several international journals, such as Omega, Journal of Cleaner Production, Industrial Marketing Manager, International Journal of Production Economics. Alessandro is a contract lecturer in “Project Management” at Sapienza University of Rome.