First, servitization theory is introduced to extend the current workplace management theories. In the thesis, value creation is studied using lean thinking as a framework. Unless otherwise stated, all rights belong to the author. Sen sijaan on keskitytty ns. How to prevent the waste while retaining the use-value of RE? Increased mobility of employees and the possibility to work from anywhere and anytime challenge the concept of organisation’s office as an only place to work.
Over TU Delft Menu openen. In a world where everything becomes ‘as-a-Service’, ‘Workplace-as-a-Service’ model seems to attract more interest from employees, employers, and service providers. This thesis has two main research questions. How to achieve and maintain the near-zero approach? How to use near-zero waste systems from other fields such as health care, construction, car industry in CREM?
In a world where everything becomes ‘as-a-Service’, ‘Workplace-as-a-Service’ model seems to attract more interest from employees, employers, and service providers.
Before the academic career, I worked with real dissertayion transactions. For example, separate sub-processes stimulate poor information management when information is passed from one sub-process to another.
I am especially interested in featuring the concept of waste in the smart use of resources in CREM by streamlining the value creation through re-engineering, re-designing and re-structuring. Real estate literature has not addressed the value creation but has rather adopted input-output thinking: The thesis includes tuhli in-depth case studies with more than interviews and workshops.
You may download, display and print this publication for Your dissertatio personal use. Key publications For more publications, please see my Google Scholar profile scholar. Similarly, the overload of employees aggravates poor information management. Accepted to be published 16 April Unless otherwise stated, all rights belong to the author.
T.E. (Tuuli) Jylhä
This thesis has two main research questions. Increased mobility of employees and the possibility to work from anywhere and anytime challenge the concept of organisation’s office as an only place to work. The results of this dissertation show that workplace is transforming due to the need to support employees and their needs in corporate organisations and new services that are tuhli at the workplace are developing in a direction supporting tuyli and their work outside corporate offices.
Data analysis methods include thematic and pattern analysis supplemented by narrative literature reviews.
Creating Value or Waste? – Evaluating the Production of Real Estate Services with Lean Thinking
ManagementConsumption, Services. Based on the findings regarding the first research question, the second research question was focused on waste, i.
The findings indicate that the capability of the current value creation to deliver customer value is limited. It is one of the first attempts to conceptualize workplace transformation from service-oriented perspective.
In the cross-case analysis, six jtlhä sources of waste were identified diswertation interrupting the value creation: This thesis is interested in the production of value in real estate services. From Walls to Experiences – Workplace transformation from physical office space to ‘Workplace-as-a-Service’ model. Accepted to be published 27 December Further, conducted business model analysis demonstrates that workplace can be offered as an overall experience by following servitization principles and increasing service offering to meet the needs of employees.
In a knowledge-based service-driven economy, individuals are exposed to the possibility of choices and are driven by good user experiences.
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The first research question addresses how capable the current value creation is in customer value delivery from the lean thinking perspective. Permanent link to this item: Creating Value or Waste? What is waste in CREM?
What is the root cause of waste in CREM? Central questions that motivate me in the smart use of resources in corporate real estate management:.
The results of this thesis encourage to continue utilising lean thinking in the real estate field. Organisational changes, technological development, and new ways of working are transforming the workplace.