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Sustainable logistics management,a business model approach                                        Maria Björklund         ...
Sustainable logistics management, a business model approachResults from two research project:1. A roadmap to socially resp...
Sustainable logistics management, a business model approach                  Sustainable Development         Government   ...
Sustainable logistics management, a business model approach        Economy has always been the main driver in logistics re...
1. A roadmap to socially responsible supply chains CSR aspects studied                                                     5
1. A roadmap to socially responsible supply chainsMain method:      Survey study         Logistics responsibility         ...
1. A roadmap to socially responsible supply chains  Economy5,04,54,03,53,02,5                                             ...
1. A roadmap to socially responsible supply chains  Human rights4,03,53,02,52,0                                           ...
1. A roadmap to socially responsible supply chains Labor rightsLogistics change:     Capacity                            E...
1. A roadmap to socially responsible supply chainsSupplier                    CustomerSupplier   Company          Customer...
2. Competitive business models to meet future demands on sustainablelogistics systems     A business model approach     A ...
2. Competitive business models to meet future demands on sustainable logistics systems   Methods this far       Think tank...
2. Competitive business models to meet future demands on sustainable logistics systemsEnvironmental performance measuremen...
2. Competitive business models to meet future demands on sustainable logistics systems   System 2008Returpack Brewery     ...
2. Competitive business models to meet future demands on sustainable logistics systems  System 2010?                      ...
2. Competitive business models to meet future demands on sustainable logistics systems   System 2010?                     ...
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  1. 1. Sustainable logistics management,a business model approach Maria Björklund Logistics Management Department of Management and Engineering Linköping University
  2. 2. Sustainable logistics management, a business model approachResults from two research project:1. A roadmap to socially responsible supply chains 2006-2009 Financed by Vinnova2. Competitive business models to meet future demands on sustainable logistics systems 2008-2011 Financed by Vinnova Research team: Mats Abrahamsson, Maria Huge Brodin, Maria Björklund, Cristina Maack, Uni Martinsen, Karin Isaksson 2
  3. 3. Sustainable logistics management, a business model approach Sustainable Development Government Business Civil Society CSR People Planet Profit 3
  4. 4. Sustainable logistics management, a business model approach Economy has always been the main driver in logistics research. In recent years the environmental dimension has also been focused. The social dimension is only covered to a very limited extent.Journals Marketing Accounting Production Puchasing SCM Logistics Transport CSR Ethics CSR* 175 180 42 21 3 1 2 - -Logictics** - - - - - - - 9 19*One major journal within CSR (Journal of Business Ethics)**Six major logistic journals (IJPDLM, JBL, IJLM, TJ, IJPMM, JSCM) 4
  5. 5. 1. A roadmap to socially responsible supply chains CSR aspects studied 5
  6. 6. 1. A roadmap to socially responsible supply chainsMain method: Survey study Logistics responsibility Large companies in Sweden Responses 103 of 450Some findings: 1. Most CSR-aspects are of relevance in a logistics setting 2. Most logistics change influences the companies’ CSR. 3. Differences can be found regarding which parts of the supply chain that are targeted and CSR strategies applied. 6
  7. 7. 1. A roadmap to socially responsible supply chains Economy5,04,54,03,53,02,5 relevance influence2,01,51,00,50,0 costs income binding capital market presence 7
  8. 8. 1. A roadmap to socially responsible supply chains Human rights4,03,53,02,52,0 relevance influence1,51,00,50,0 purchasing discrimination child labor forced labor routines 8
  9. 9. 1. A roadmap to socially responsible supply chains Labor rightsLogistics change: Capacity Employment of facilities Labor/management relations Number of facilities Health and safety Training and education Supplier andcustomer network Diversity and equal opportunity 9
  10. 10. 1. A roadmap to socially responsible supply chainsSupplier CustomerSupplier Company CustomerSupplier Customer 10
  11. 11. 2. Competitive business models to meet future demands on sustainablelogistics systems A business model approach A well designed business model… can support a company in reaching its sustainability targets. provides guidance of how a company should work to reach its strategic goals. Offering - Value Proposition - Revenue mechanisms (Norman & Ramirez) Market Position -Target market Operative - Competitive strategy Platform - Value network -Value chain (Porter I/O) structure (RBV) [Kindström, 2005] 11
  12. 12. 2. Competitive business models to meet future demands on sustainable logistics systems Methods this far Think tanks Literature reviews Case study Some findings: 1. Difficulties in estimating the environmental impact from logistics. 2. System limitations can influence both the environmental results and possibilities for action. 12
  13. 13. 2. Competitive business models to meet future demands on sustainable logistics systemsEnvironmental performance measurement in logistics: Consider external stakeholders (e.g. government) Well defined goal and system limitations Link measurements between different managerial levels Lack in horizontal integration 13
  14. 14. 2. Competitive business models to meet future demands on sustainable logistics systems System 2008Returpack Brewery Wholesaler Store End consumer 14
  15. 15. 2. Competitive business models to meet future demands on sustainable logistics systems System 2010? Returpack Storage 15
  16. 16. 2. Competitive business models to meet future demands on sustainable logistics systems System 2010? Returpack Storage Terminal train 16
  17. 17. 2. Competitive business models to meet future demands on sustainable logistics systems Storage Returpack 100% Total costs CO2 outlets Sc 1 Sc 2 Sc 3 Sc 4Clarifications: 2008 is used as a baseline (100%). Total costs includes costs fortransportation, storage, packages and handling. 17
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