Sustainable Product-Process-Network

Canetta, Luca and Corti, Donatella and Boer, Claudio and Taisch, Marco (2012) Sustainable Product-Process-Network. In: Poler, Raul and Carniero Maia, Luis and Jasinski, Thomas and Zolghadri, Marc and Pedrazzoli, Paolo, (eds.) Intelligent Non-hierarchical Manufacturing Networks. John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ, pp. 125-145. ISBN 978-1-84821-481-1

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Mass customization is an established paradigm that aims at producing goods and services to meet individual customer's needs with near mass production efficiency. The implementation of the sustainable mass customization paradigm requires the development of a new business model that could reshape the way a company makes profit. Its implementation calls for a careful management of the transition process that interests the whole company and its supply chain. On the basis of the developed scheme that supports a structured analysis and the positioning of each considered element, it is possible to analyze and map the shift required to evolve to the sustainable mass customization, starting from the enabling tools needed, moving to the corresponding design activities and to the required interventions and the implications at managerial level.

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