Green Business Model Innovation in Symbiosis Business Value Networks: Bridging Green Business Model Innovation to Different Green Symbiosis Business Value Networks with Future Wireless Technologies
Keywords:Green Symbiosis Business Value Networks, Green Business Models, Green Business Model Innovation Approach, Green Business Model technologies, Future Wireless Technology, Advanced Sensor Technologies
Societies all over the globe push to greening businesses and their business models on all Green Business Model Parameters. However, they are challenged to find efficiency in green business models innovation and to jump to the next step of “the Green Wall” – greening their businesses.
There is therefore a growing interest to investigate Green Business Model Innovation (GBMI)in Symbiosis Business Value Networks. The profitability and achievement of other values seems in Green Symbiosis Business Value Networks (GSBVN) to be much higher than classical GBMI isolated to single business model innovation. In this context the GSBVN seems to be a promising initiative and new strategic way to go – to increase transformation of business models into green business models. The GSBVNs seems by nature to be built for greening our society and businesses operations.
Our hypothesis is that GSBVN could potentially achieve better results and effects on “the triple bottom line”combined with future wireless technologies and advanced sensor technologies. As 5G and beyond technologies offer better networks solutions “the Green Wall”challenges can be overcome because sensoring, measurement, calculations and monitoring the green business models and GBMI in the terms of monetary and nonmonetary values can be performed much more detailed, in real-time and for the entire lifetime of all the GSBVN’s business models. Fundamentally security, strong network constructions and trust are core to GSBVN’s growth. Embedding Future Wireless Networks (FWN)s and advanced sensor technologies seems to be able to make this become even easier, and a promising way to achieve the green business model goals of the GSBVNs and the surrounding society.
There is a lack of studies regarding the potential and initiatives of GBMI in GSBVN. This paper tries to fill some part of this gap by presenting some initial studies on (i) How can green business model innovation in symbiosis be defined? and (ii) How can Future Wireless Technologies support and value the innovation and evolvement of Green Business Models in Symbiosis Business Value Networks.
The paper seeks to unwrap different GSBVNs’ approaches, origins, and views. The paper ends up with discussing the role future wireless technologies can play in designing, reconfiguring, developing and operating GSBVNs.
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