Mr Nicholas Barnett

Mr Nicholas Barnett


2020

Servitization 2.0: The Significance of Product and Service Dominant Logics for Public Service Organisations
Ennis, C. and Barnett, N. 2020. Servitization 2.0: The Significance of Product and Service Dominant Logics for Public Service Organisations. World Servitization Convention: Servitization Live. Birmingham 14 - 16 Sep 2020 Aston Business School.

2020

Servitization 2.0: The significance of product and service dominant logics for public service organisations
Ennis, C and Barnett, N. 2020. Servitization 2.0: The significance of product and service dominant logics for public service organisations. The Spring Servitization Conference 2020. The ICC, Birmingham, UK 05 - 07 May 2020

2019

Industry 4.0: Exploring Collaborative Supply Networks from the Pespective of Servitization of a Mature Public Transport System
Ennis, C and Barnett, N. 2019. Industry 4.0: Exploring Collaborative Supply Networks from the Pespective of Servitization of a Mature Public Transport System. Spring Servitization Conference 2019. Linkoping, Sweden 13 - 15 May 2019 Aston University.

2018

A Conceptual Framework for Servitization in Industry 4.0: Distilling Directions for Future Research
Ennis, C., Barnett, N., De Cesare, S., Lander, R. and Pilkington, A. 2018. A Conceptual Framework for Servitization in Industry 4.0: Distilling Directions for Future Research. The Advance Services Group Spring Servitization Conference 2018. Copenhagen Business School 14 - 16 May 2018 Aston University and Higher Education Academy.

2019

Digitally Enhanced Advanced Services: Manufacturing Theme Research Agenda
Ennis, C, Barnett, N., and a range of academics from the Digitally Enhanced Advanced Services EPSRC NetworkPlus and EPSRC (Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council) 2019. Digitally Enhanced Advanced Services: Manufacturing Theme Research Agenda. https://www.deas.ac.uk/ Technical Report to EPSRC.


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