Conference Programme

This is a temporary design of the program, to which no rights can be granted

With just over one day left before the start of NBM 2020, we are finalising the planning of the conference. Changes to the planning may be submitted until Monday, June 29 2020, noon at the latest. Requests for change received after the deadline will not be taken into consideration anymore.

                                                                                                                                            Go to the program of the 2nd of July
1 th of July Start NBM Conference
9.00 hr Opening virtual room
9.30 hr Start Plenary session   Room 1
09.30 – 9.40 hr Opening of the conference by Jan Jonker, chair of NBM@Nijmegen 2020
09.40 – 9.50 hr Words of Welcome by Hubert Bruls, Mayor of the City of Nijmegen
9.50 – 10:00 hr Words of Welcome by Wilma de Koning, Vice president Executive Board, Radboud University
10.00-10.15 hr Key-note on behalf of NWO by Harry Garretsen, board member for the Social Sciences and Humanities domain of NWO
10:15-10:30 hr Key-note on behalf of TNO by Marinke Wijngaard,  managing director Circular Economy & Environment

During the  whole conference it is possible to see  and listen to a choice of keynotes and poster-presentations

10.30-11.00 Coffee break with 7 Round -Tables

11.00-12.30 hrTrack 1.1
Collaborative business models for transition
Track 2.1
Building ecosystems in support of social entrepreneurs
Track 4.1
Circular business models
Track 8.1
New business models, sustianable development and corporate strategic management

Track 21
Circular product-service models: from theory to practice

Track 13
Transition to sustainable business models: The better usiness Scan
Track 29
Investing in SMBs
Room and themeRoom1 and theme 1
Room 2 and theme 1
Room 3 and theme 1
Room 4 and theme 2
Room 5 and theme TNO
Room 6 and theme NWO
Room 7 and special track
ModeratorJan Jonker, Frank BerkersNikolay Dentchev and Abel Diaz GonzalezAbhishek Agarwal
Romana RauterKe Wang (PACE)Thorben KwakkenbossAdrie Heinsbroek,
PresenterVelter, M.Lambrechts, W.Edgeman, R. Don RopesGeradts, M.Tulder, R. van Boer , Hendrik-Jan
AbstractReconfiguring Organizational Boundaries in Sustainable Business Model Innovation: lessons from a Dutch intermediary Social Entrepreneurs And Their Business Models: In Search Of Other Ways To Integrate Social Impact The circle game: poetry, and sustainble enterprises Waste Management Firms as Catalysts for Developing SME’s Circular Business models: the Possibilities of Industrial SymbiosisImplementing PSS in built environment, barriers, opportunities, learningsTransition to sustainable business models: the better business scan.Sustainable Finance: assessing business models.
Janssen, K.Eiselein, P.Tilburg, M. vanRen, DBocken, N.Arkel, G. van
AbstractThe Shared Vision Paradox in Collaborative Business Model Development Social Enterprises And Stakeholder Engagement - Social Network Insights From Bolivian and Belgian Cases The Role of Buyer-supplier Relationship Management As a Means To Enhance the Implementation of Circular Business Models Institutional Work For Value Logics In Family Business: Evidence From Chinese Family Firms Circular business model experimentation, tools and the case of HomieBetter business scan: insights from Interface.
PresenterEngels, H. Diaz Gonzalez, A. Wahlström, F. Hoveskog, M.Tukker, A.
Abstract Study into the Process and Emerging Patterns Enabling the Transition to a Circular Economy: Three Cases in Dutch Food NetworksEcosystems in Support of Social Entrepreneurs: A Literature Review Value Proposition Design of Circular Business Models: A Study of Consumer Acceptance Improving the Flourishing Business Canvas through Design. Experiments in Belgium, Sweden and Canada New business models: the panacea for a circular economy
Presenter Langham, E. Soto, M.Manninen, K.Tepper, H.
AbstractSocietal Value Creation In Open Business Models: A System Dynamics Exploration Towards Paperless Business Models In The Healthcare Sector Value Creation Processes vs. Outcomes in Management of Sustainable Business Models Implementing PSS in capital equipment – barriers, opportunities, learnings
Panel discussion: Geradts, Bocken, Tucker, Tepper and

12.30-14.00 hr  Lunch break with 7 Round Tables

14.00-15.30 hrTrack 6.1
New business models and societal interactions

Track 2.2
Building ecosystems in support of social entrepreneurs
Track 4.2
Circular business models
Track 27
Circular European Economy Innovative Training Network (Circ€uit) I: Project presentations on aspects of a circularity transition.
Track 22
Workshop Value Case Methodology
Track 18
Action repertoire for distributed business models in inclusive business value chains
Track 20
Transition towards more sustainable business models in a complex stakeholder field
Room and themeRoom1 and theme 1
Room 2 and theme 1
Room 3 and theme 1
Room 4 and special track
Room 5 and theme TNO
Room 6 and theme NWO
Room 7 and NWO
ModeratorTom LongNikolay Dentchev and Abel Diaz GonzalezWim LambrechtsArnold Tukker Mirjam Groote Schaarsberg, Frank BerkersTamara OukesHans van Kranenburg
PresenterToxopeus, H. Roncancio, J.Kleine Jäger, J.Aguilar-Hernandez, G.Groote Schaarsberg, M.Oukes, T. Beenhakker, I.
AbstractIdentifying Sustainable Business Models For Urban Nature-based Solutions Entrepreneurial Universities: Tackling social, environmental, and economical challengesCollaborations for Circular Food Packaging: The Set-up and Partner Selection ProcessMacro-level assessment of economic, social, and environmental implications of circularity.Value Case Methodology.
How to collaboratively scale inclusive business models in developing countries? We present our ecosystem approach based on six elements and illustrate it with an inspiring case.Goal Framing in a Local Sustainable Initiative.
Eikelenboom, M. Wyss, A. Tomassini, L.Chamberlin, L. Pons, Gooyert, V.
AbstractCommunity Involvement Strategies for the Circular Economy: Action Research in the Social Housing Sector How to Better Educate for More Sustainability: Entrepreneurship for Sustainability in Business Schools. Circular Economy in Hospitality: A Study On How Small Hospitality Firms Understand The Social Dimension Of Circularity.Engaging consumers with a circular economy through design and communication. Why is the Value Case valuable.Transition dynamics; shared sensemaking of a turbulent environment through participatory modeling.
PresenterLammi, M. Alba Ortuño, C. Möslinger, M.Tunn, V. Rovers, R.Shnayder, L.
AbstractConsumers in Circular Economy – Focus Group Method as a Way to Understand Acceptance of New Business Models Social Entrepreneurial Ecosystems at the Bottom of the Pyramid: Engagement of International Organizations Circular Business Models In Food & Beverage Industry: Canvas, Indicators, Illustrated For A Brewery.Circular business models: why do consumers matter?Value Case Methodology.The transformational ability of Energy Network Companies: The role of intra-institutional logics and boundary spanners.
PresenterPalzkill, A. Radic, I.Alamerew, Y. Groote
Schaarsberg, M., Pons,H., Hajonides, T., Rovers, R.
AbstractThe Role of alternative Business Models and their Narratives in Sustainable Transitions - The Example of Expedition:Raumstation in Wuppertal Circular Business Models In The Olive Oil Sector Interplay among the building blocks of circular economy. Panel discussion

15.30-16.00 hr  Tea break with 7 Round Tables

16.00-17.30 hr.Track 6.2
New business models and societal interactions
Track 9.1
Rural, regional business models and methodology
Track 4.3
Circular business models
Track 28
Circular European Economy Innovative Training Network (Circ€uit) II: Presentation and interactive discussion on the transition to a circular economy
Track 23
Measuring impact: tools and applications
Track 17
Sustainable business models in practice: circular designed supply chain
Track 31
Book presentations
Room and themeRoom1 and theme 1
Room 2 and theme 2
Room 3 and theme 1
Room 4 and theme Special Track
Room 5 and theme TNO
Room 6 and theme NWO
Room 7 Book presentations
ModeratorManon EikelenboomMoniek KammHarold KrikkeArnold TukkerJamilja van der MeulenBart VosJan Jonker & Niels Faber
PresenterOukes, T.Näyhä, A.Xevgenos, D.Konietzko, J. van Harmelen, T. & Kornuit, S. Neessen,P Annabeth Aagaard and Florian Lüdeke-Freund (eds.) (2021).
AbstractCollaborative Business Models in a Base-of-the-Pyramid Context Sustainable business Models Of Finnish SMEs: Specific Features And Challenges In Organizational Transitions Industry Water Production & Circular Business Modeling .Innovation towards a sustainable and circular economy: an ecosystem perspective. Measuring impact: tools and applicationsBusiness Models for Sustainable Transition.
Wang, D. Boutkan, E. Schenten, J. Tukker, A.Caniels, M.Jan Jonker and Niels Faber (eds.) (2020). Florian Lüdeke-Freund, Henning Breuer and Lorenzo Massa (2020).
AbstractHealthcare for Sustainable Society: Using Sustainable Business Models and Societal Interactions for Healthcare Transition. Towards a Bioregional Model of Regenerative Communities and Transformative Learning .Enabling Transition With Business Modelling Of Chemicals Traceability Along The Supply Chains Circular Economy Myths. Sustainable Business Design - 45 Business Model Patterns.
PresenterLambrechts, W.Froese, T. Dijkstra, HAktas, E., Sakao, T., Balkenende R., Bourlakis, M., & Bocken, N. van Assen,E Jan Jonker & Frank Berkers.
AbstractThe Transition Of Social Housing Associations To Sustainable Business Models For New Buildings And Retrofits.Business Models As Configurations Of 'Practice Patterns': A New Conceptual Framework Upscaling circular innovations to reduce marine plastics pollution.Panel discussion
BM4T. Collaborative Business Models for Transition. Working Paper TNO.
PresenterSmall-Warner, K. Strupeit, L. Jan Jonker and Niels Faber (eds.) (2020).
AbstractSocietal And Behavioral Dimensions Of Business Models For Sustainable Buildings Towards Circular Business Models in the Solar Power Sector: A Framework and Guide to Support the Design and Execution of Business Experiments.Sustainable Organising: Template to develop New Business Models.

Theme 1

“Societal transition (societal and economic level)” Theme coordinator: Niels Faber Business models may be seen as instrumental to the transition of society and the economy. The idea is that changes...
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Theme 2

“Organisational transformation (sectoral and organisational level)” Theme coordinator: Sjors Witjes/  Niels Faber On route towards a new business model, sectors and organisations are confronted with questions on what this means...
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Theme 3

“Organisational impact” Theme coordinator: Florian Lüdeke-Freund The heart of any business model is its value creation logic (Laasch, 2018). New business models aiming at contributions to sustainable development build on...
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Theme 4

“Young Academics” coordinator: Romana Rauter Theme 4 is a transversal theme, intended to offer a platform for young academics to present their work. The theme is open to students at...
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” TNO Session Sustainable Business Models “ Enabling sustainable business model innovation: practical tools and approaches. The transition towards a future-proof society requires businesses to become more sustainable. Overall this...
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View themes ” NWO Session Sustainable Business Models “ In October 2014 the first five consortia within the NWO ‘Sustainable Business Models’ program started, called DBM I. In 2018, they...
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Special Tracks

During the conference there are a number of additional special tracks: Tracks in this theme are: ” Marie Curie Training Network “ 1. Circular European Economy Innovative Training Network (Circ€uit)...
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