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Strategic Management and the Circular Economy


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Lingua: Inglese


Pubblicazione: 11/2018
Edizione: 1° edizione

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In recent years, the Circular Economy (CE) has gained worldwide attention as an effective alternative economic system to the current take-make-waste model of production and consumption. As more and more firms begin to recognize the potential of this novel approach, the CE quickly moves from theory to practice and the demand for a coherent and structured strategic approach – one that companies can rely upon when commencing their circular journey – grows accordingly. Strategic Management and the Circular Economy aims to bridge the theory-practice gap by putting forward a detailed step-by-step process for analysis, formulation, and planning of CE strategies. Starting from a solid framework of easy-to-grasp constructs (key principles, business objectives and areas of intervention), the authors guide the reader through an understanding of how conventional tools for strategic management can be re-programed under a CE perspective. To assist learning and encourage circular thinking, the reader is constantly prompted with examples of how forward-looking companies across industries and geographies are already applying circular strategies to future-proof their operations, boost innovation, penetrate new markets and secure customer loyalty.


Part I: An Overview Chapter 1 – The Challenges of the Produce-Use-Dispose Model Introduction Exceeding Planetary Natural Thresholds Scarcity of Raw Materials and Price Volatility Rising Middle-Class Population Structural Inefficiencies of the Current Economic Model Conclusions Chapter 2 – An introduction to the Circular Economy Introduction Biosphere and Technosphere Products Technological, Regulatory and Social Factors Conclusions Part II: Circular Economy Strategy: Setting the Stage Chapter 3 - A CE Framework for Action Introduction EMS Versus CE CE Guiding Principles CE Business Objectives CE Areas of Intervention Conclusions Chapter 4 - CE Enabling Technologies Introduction Digital Technologies Design & Engineering Technologies Conclusions Chapter 5 - Business Models for a CE Introduction Net-Zero Innovation Servitization Product Life Extension Product Residual Value Recovery Conclusions Part III: CE Strategic Management Chapter 6 – Introducing the CE Strategic Process Introduction Organizational Culture The CE Strategic Process Current Strategy Identification Idea Trees Supporting Methods for Idea Tree Analysis: Circular Brainstorming Conclusions Chapter 7 – CE Data Collection and Prioritization: Firm, Industry and External Levels of Analysis Introduction The Value Chain Supporting Methods for Undertaking Value Chain Analysis: Interviewing Key Personnel The VRIE Framework Five Forces Supporting Methods for Undertaking CE Industry Analysis: Interviewing Key Personnel PEST Supporting Methods for Undertaking PEST Analysis: Interviewing Key Personnel Conclusions Chapter 8 – CE Data Integration Introduction PEST vs 5 Forces Matrix SWOT Analysis SWOT Adaptation #1: The Dynamic CE-SWOT SWOT Adaptation #2: The CE-TOWS Matrix Conclusions Chapter 9 – Determining Your Preferred CE Position Introduction Strategic Quadrant Supporting Methods for Market Positioning: Interviewing Key Personnel Approaches to Internationalization Supporting Methods for Internationalization Decision-Making: International Strategic Alternatives Checklist Conclusions Chapter 10 – Gap Analysis, CE Strategy Formulation and Planning Introduction Gap Analysis Supporting Methods for CE Gap Analysis: Environmental Impacts Table Supporting Methods for CE Gap Analysis: Circular Readiness Assessment Formulating a CE Strategy Supporting Methods for CE Strategy Formulation: Decision Priority Matrix Supporting Methods for CE Strategy Formulation: The 4-Step Process for Piloting CE Ideas CE Strategic Planning Supporting Methods for Strategic Planning: Process Alternatives Checklist Conclusions Part IV: CE @ 360° Chapter 11 – Tools for CE Analysis at Micro Level Introduction Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) Lifecycle Costing (LCC) Material Input Per Unit of Service (MIPS) Conclusions Chapter 12 – Tools for CE Analysis at Macro Level Introduction Material Flow Analysis (MFA) Value Chain Analysis (VCA) Environmental Input-Output Analysis (EIOA) Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) Ecological Footprint (EF) Environmentally-weighted Material Consumption (EMC) Land and Ecosystem Accounts (LEAC) Human Appropriation of Net Primary Production (HANPP) Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA) and Cost Effectiveness Analysis (CEA) Conclusions Chapter 13 – Conclusions


Dr Marcello Tonelli is the founder and Managing Director of WorlDynamics Pty Ltd, an organization that promotes sustainable development and green innovation. After obtaining his PhD degree in Business Strategy in 2009, Dr Tonelli worked with the Australian Centre of Entrepreneurship Research (ACE) in the fields of Social Innovation, Territorial Strategies, and Poverty Alleviation generating growing academic interest. He also practiced as a Certified Management Consultant and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management. Nicolò Cristoni is a sustainability professional operating at the intersection of Environmental Stewardship, Sustainable Innovation and the protection of Human and Workers’ Rights. He is specialized in planning and executing responsible sourcing programs for multinational brands that are increasingly Circular Economy-inspired. Nicolò also provides technical support to international human rights organizations.

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Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Routledge Research in Strategic Management
Dimensioni: 9 x 6 in Ø 1.39 lb
Formato: Copertina rigida
Illustration Notes:21 tables
Pagine Arabe: 236
Pagine Romane: xx

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