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Capability sourcing modeling a high-level conceptualization based on service-dominant logic

Laleh Rafati (UGent) and Geert Poels (UGent)
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Companies need to acquire the right capabilities from the right source, and the right shore, at the right cost to improve their competitive position. Capability sourcing is an organizing process to gain access to best-in-class capabilities for all activities in a firm's value chain to ensure long-term competitive advantage. In this paper, capability sourcing modeling is introduced as a technique to create sourcing alternative solutions to facilitate strategic sourcing decision making. Our approach is applying conceptual models as intermediate artifacts which are schematic descriptions of sourcing alternatives based on organization's capabilities. Therefore, a high-level conceptualization based on Service-Dominant Logic (S-D Logic) is proposed as a language to create capability sourcing conceptual models.
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capability sourcing conceptual models, competitive advantage, RESOURCE-BASED VIEW, COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE, dynamic capability, DYNAMIC CAPABILITIES, strategic sourcing, capability sourcing, capability sourcing modeling, service system

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Rafati, Laleh, and Geert Poels. 2014. “Capability Sourcing Modeling a High-level Conceptualization Based on Service-dominant Logic.” In Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, ed. L Iliadis, M Papazoglou, and K Pohl, 178:77–87.
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Rafati, L., & Poels, G. (2014). Capability sourcing modeling a high-level conceptualization based on service-dominant logic. In L Iliadis, M. Papazoglou, & K. Pohl (Eds.), LECTURE NOTES IN BUSINESS INFORMATION PROCESSING (Vol. 178, pp. 77–87). Presented at the 26th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering (CAiSE).
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Rafati L, Poels G. Capability sourcing modeling a high-level conceptualization based on service-dominant logic. In: Iliadis L, Papazoglou M, Pohl K, editors. LECTURE NOTES IN BUSINESS INFORMATION PROCESSING. 2014. p. 77–87.
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Rafati, Laleh, and Geert Poels. “Capability Sourcing Modeling a High-level Conceptualization Based on Service-dominant Logic.” Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing. Ed. L Iliadis, M Papazoglou, & K Pohl. Vol. 178. 2014. 77–87. Print.
@inproceedings{4375568,
  abstract     = {Companies need to acquire the right capabilities from the right source, and the right shore, at the right cost to improve their competitive position. Capability sourcing is an organizing process to gain access to best-in-class capabilities for all activities in a firm's value chain to ensure long-term competitive advantage. In this paper, capability sourcing modeling is introduced as a technique to create sourcing alternative solutions to facilitate strategic sourcing decision making. Our approach is applying conceptual models as intermediate artifacts which are schematic descriptions of sourcing alternatives based on organization's capabilities. Therefore, a high-level conceptualization based on Service-Dominant Logic (S-D Logic) is proposed as a language to create capability sourcing conceptual models.},
  author       = {Rafati, Laleh and Poels, Geert},
  booktitle    = {LECTURE NOTES IN BUSINESS INFORMATION PROCESSING},
  editor       = {Iliadis, L and Papazoglou, M and Pohl, K },
  isbn         = {978-3-319-07869-4},
  issn         = {1865-1348},
  keyword      = {capability sourcing conceptual models,competitive advantage,RESOURCE-BASED VIEW,COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE,dynamic capability,DYNAMIC CAPABILITIES,strategic sourcing,capability sourcing,capability sourcing modeling,service system},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Thessaloniki, Greece},
  pages        = {77--87},
  title        = {Capability sourcing modeling a high-level conceptualization based on service-dominant logic},
  volume       = {178},
  year         = {2014},
}

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