Professeure assistante en management de l'innovation
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- PublicationMétadonnées seulementIdeal-type business models in local smart grids(St. Gallen Empower project, 2016-9-27)
;Loock, Moritz ;vonderTann, Conrad
- PublicationMétadonnées seulementRegulation and smart grids(St Gallen Empower project, 2017-9-27)
;Loock, Moritz ;Cousse, Julia
- PublicationMétadonnées seulementUnderstanding Banks‘ Motivations and Frustrations for Digital Technology Adoption(St. Gallen Elisa Oyj, 2015-9-27)
;Laamanen, Tomi ;Steiger, Fabio
- PublicationMétadonnées seulementEaaS: Electricity as a Service?(2019-1-30)
;Xu, Yueqiang ;Ahokangas, PetriInnovative business models have been transforming and disrupting traditional industries in an unprecedented speed. The energy industry is no exception. The advent of smart grid has initiated paradigm shifts from traditional product-based business models to service provision. An essential question is that, “How can energy industry create and capture new value from service business, turning the existing product-based business model to service orientation?” This study addresses research gaps regarding 1) the value perspective for business model; 2) the ecosystem thinking for complex industries; 3) maximising systemic value for an ecosystem rather than a focal firm. The study collects business model case data from BRIDGE, a high-level initiative of the European Commission uniting 31 major European energy projects. The research includes the full 50 business model cases contributed by experts from 15 EU Horizon 2020 innovation projects. The study utilises the 4C ecosystemic framework and the XaaS (Everything as a Service) digital service business model typologies. A key outcome is the proposition of Electricity as a Service (EaaS) concept with four service business model typologies for the energy sector, proposing a new service business paradigm for the energy ecosystem. The study proposes a value-based approach and service-dominant logic towards business model research at ecosystemic level. For the first time, the study introduces the XaaS service business typologies, investigating how this well-established ICT (Information and Communication Technology) business concept can enable the digitalisation of the energy industry.
- PublicationMétadonnées seulementOvercoming Cognitive Constraints to Strategic Adaptation: Exploring Three Perspectives(St. Gallen: University of St. Gallen, 2015)Prior research uncovered that decision-makers face important cognitive constraints to strategically adapt to a discontinuous environment. With the purpose to further scholarly understanding of this managerial problem, this dissertation investigates how social influence mechanisms can support strategic decision-makers to overcome the cognitive constraints involved in strategic adaptation to discontinuous change. The dissertation has two overarching purposes: First, it seeks to develop theory on the dynamic processes through which decision-makers can overcome their cognitive constraints. Second, it develops theory on the particular roles of social influence mechanisms from the organization's internal and external context for shaping these dynamics. This dissertation proceeds as follows: Chapter A provides a summarized overview of existing literature and introduces the dissertation's overarching framework, with related conceptual definitions upon which the subsequent theoretical arguments build. It motivates the dissertation's overall research focus and three specific research questions that will be addressed within three single-standing articles. The first two articles (Chapters C and D) comprise conceptual studies. They offer conceptual accounts of how top managers vary in their use of attention capacity, and of reasoning routines by highlighting linkages between social influences and these cognitive processes. Chapter E comprises an empirical study on the deinstitutionalization of Swiss banking secrecy. This article elaborates on how social conflict processes force decision-makers to overcome institutionalized prescriptions in order to engage in institutional change. Chapter F offers a discussion of the dissertation's major implications - a detailed conceptual and empirical elaboration of the social influences dynamics that instigate decision-makers to overcome cognitive constraints and to foster strategic adaptation to discontinuities.
- PublicationMétadonnées seulementTiming-based business models for flexibility creation(University of St. Gallen Empower project, 2015-9-27)
;Loock, Moritz ;Bohnsack, René ;Adank, Andri
- PublicationMétadonnées seulementSocial acceptance of local energy markets: A survey in 4 countries(St Gallen Empower project, 2017-9-27)
; ;Loock, MoritzCousse, Julia
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- PublicationMétadonnées seulementWhy is the Grass Greener on the Other Side? The Impact of Decision Modes on Investment Decisions(2019-1-30)
;Blondiau, YuliyaThis study examines the role of decision modes, defined as the qualitatively different manners in which choices are made, in location choices, which is a critical investment decision type. While the research has primarily emphasised critical antecedents of location choices, namely context-level, task-level or individual-level factors, we uncover the critical role of the decision process by investigating decision-making modes. Based on a verbal protocol study in a choice experiment of 12 location choices for wind energy projects, we uncover systematic differences in the utilised decision modes and their interactions. We showcase that one decision mode type, recognition mode, leads to an asymmetric evaluation of the project location options and is triggered by institutionalised expectations and beliefs. With these findings, we contribute to the literatures concerned with the psychology of location choices and investment decision-making generally.
- PublicationMétadonnées seulementEmpowering Local Electricity Retail Markets through Business Modeling(2015-9-27)
;Loock, Moritz ;Bohnsack, RenéEnergy markets are expected to change. One interesting new market design is a local electricity retail market for prosumers. Such local energy markets provide interesting opportunities to accommodate major dynamics in the energy industry. However, business modeling for such local electricity retail markets is a challenge. Not only do emerging local energy markets differ from established markets, but they are also likely to differ among each other in regard to local regulations, local technical system set-ups, or local patterns of social acceptance. New business models for these markets can be developed for different owners - such as utilities, start-ups, or new entrants - or even for new forms of organizations, such as energy cooperatives. Within this case study students explore the emergence of a decentralized energy world as an opportunity for business modeling. Students learn about strategic issues in the energy business that shape current and future markets. They practice business modeling which accounts for the multi-level drivers that shape this market transition. The students in particular engage in business model composition for local electricity markets and compose new business models for empowering prosumers with smart grid power services and "energy managers from the hood".
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