Characteristics of Strategies in Product/Service-System Development

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The underlying principle in Product/Service-Systems (PSS) strategy is to shift from business based on the value of the transfer of product ownership and responsibility, to business based on the value of utility of the product and services. This paper identifies characteristics of various strategies that may be applied in PSS development. PSS concepts created in projects by third year Design & Innovation students at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) working with product-life oriented design approaches were reviewed, and the strategies developed were analysed. This identification and mapping of PSS strategy types gives us the opportunity to develop methods and approaches to PSS development, more tailored to specific business strategies.
Original languageEnglish
TitleProceedings of the DESIGN 2006 9th International Conference on Design
EditorsDorian Marjanovic
Place of publicationDubrovnik, Croatia
PublisherFaculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture
Publication date2006
Pages1435-1442
ISBN (print)953-6313-79-0
StatePublished

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Conference9th International Design Conference
Number9
CountryCroatia
CityDubrovnik
Period15/05/0618/05/06
Internet addresshttp://www.designsociety.org/design_2006-9th_international_design_conference.event.1.2006-05-15.htm

Keywords

  • Product/service-systems, innovation strategies, product life thinking, PSS, Product life, PD methods, Ecodesign
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