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Welcome to module 7 and Friday’s webinar

Hi again! Welcome to module 7, our last module, on service logic in the public sector and Friday’s webinar: Time: 1 December, Friday, 12.00-13.00 CET (check your time zone) Place: https://sunet.zoom.us/my/mssl70 Best, Jörg

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Latest Posts

Are your services Safe?

2018-03-27 | vincent

In my early years in the mid-1990s as an engineer in a space-and-flight (AeroSpace) business, it became apparent how central safety was and is for that industry. The ‘life’ of each individ...

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Is Servitization entering a new chapter ?

2018-02-20 | vincent

As everybody knows, Servitization is about the infusion of services into otherwise more or less product-centric organizations. And even if there are and have been exceptions to the rule, servitization...

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Service Logic in the Public Sector

2017-12-04 | ebbamssl.blogg.se

In this (long) blog post, I will focus on the public sector, which I also came in contact with in my last post. Below, I describe a positive and a negative personal experience I had with two public or...

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Service logic in the public sector

2017-12-03 | Anton

I found this module interesting to listen to, although the second video from the seminar was very long, almost 2 hours! JWhen I then sat down afterwards to write my blogpost I found it a little challe...

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Service Logic in the Public Sector in Argentina

2017-12-03 | Gilda Chaves

Regarding my experiences in public organizations in Argentina,  I may say that they have been horrible most of the time. Unfortunatly, the Argentinean public institutions are very corrupted, full...

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Peter Drucker

2017-11-30 | vincent

In his book “The Purpose and Objectives of a Business” [1]. Peter Drucker brings up the founding question the purpose of enterprise and quickly does away with the old ‘Profit Maximiz...

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Henry Mintzberg

2017-11-30 | vincent

From a job in Operations Research branch of the Canadian National railways and a professor at McGill University in Montreal, Mintzberg had a theory about there being more to management than the scient...

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Douglas McGregor

2017-11-30 | vincent

Upbringing and early work Born in 1906 in Detroit. In High School, McGregor worked as night clerk and piano player at the McGregor Institute, which originally set up by his grandfather and at the time...

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Alfred Sloan

2017-11-30 | vincent

The management style of Sloan If Taylor and Ford had a bottom-up approach to efficiency, Sloan’s view was definitely more top-down (organiser). Sloans style stands in sharp contrast to the style...

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