Author: Stefan Grösser

Resilience as Basis for Sustainability: Shortages in Production Supply Chains for Essential Consumer Goods

Some consumer products, termed essential consumer goods, are crucial to sustaining health or even life. A shortage in supply of essential consumer goods can have tangible negative impacts on society. This study applies this topic to the case of inexpensive,

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Geschäftsmodelle analysieren und gestalten: Ein Geschäftsmodell ist ein wesentlicher Bestandteil eines Unternehmens – unabhängig davon, ob es sich um ein kleines oder mittleres Unternehmen oder um einen globalen Konzern handelt. Veränderungen von Geschäftsmodellen sind besonders kostenintensiv und unsicher. Analysen sollen

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Mehr Nachhaltigkeit für die Solarindustrie

Auszug aus dem Artikel erschienen im Magazin Bulletin (Ausgabe September 2018) Am Institute for ICT-Based Management ICTM der Berner Fachhochschule BFH entwickeln Forscher im Rahmen des EU-H2020-Projekts Circusol zusammen mit europäischen Partnern Geschäftsmodelle der modernen Kreislaufwirtschaft für die Solarbranche. Diese

EAHP Academy Seminar 2018: Simulation of a complex network using System Dynamics

The annual meeting of the European Association of Hospital Pharmacists (EAHP) is going to be held this year in Warsaw, Poland. As part of the Seminar “Medicines Shortages – Causation and Approaches to Improvements” Prof. Dr. Stefan Groesser is going to address

Wanted: Circular business models for the solar industry

Article from Spirit Biel/Bienne 2|2018 At the Institute for ICT-Based Management (ICTM) of the Bern University of Applied Sciences BFH, researchers are developing new business models for the solar industry to make it more sustainable and competitive due to an

Learning Lunch: Digital Skills – Key competences in the digital age

What digital skills do we require today to master the job requirements of tomorrow? Competing on a digital market by offering services and goods over an online-platform, developing a web application for a web shop, organizing the product management of

Innovation through Cooperation: Welcome to the 40th Face to Face Meeting

Cooperating means not having to do everything by yourself. A network with suppliers, customers and other actors brings new impulses and holds great potential. Companies have long relied on universities of applied sciences as providers of ideas, trendsetters and research

Global Days | Digital Skills: What should students learn? How would this change our teaching? A framework for competence development in the 21st century.

Competing on a digital market by offering services and goods over an online-platform, developing a web application for a web shop, organizing the product management of a newly introduced software, or working in a virtual team: Our working environment as

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Creating value, closing circles: insights into the circular economy

(For German version click here) Thinking in circles, thinking in systems – The Circular Economy pursues the goal of saving obsolete products from the trash and returning them as secondary raw materials into the production cycle. Dr. Stefan Grösser, professor of

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CIRCUSOL – A new research project, focusing on circular business models for the solar power industry

Solar power is a rapidly growing industry. The main objective of the EU-H2020 research project CIRCUSOL is to provide systemic circular business solutions to the solar power industry. The solar power sector is well suited for such business models. They

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