Research seminar: Service-Dominant Logic – Opportunities for the Future
We would like to invite researchers and doctoral students to a research seminar on service-dominant logic with Professor Stephen L. Vargo on October 17th, and following doctoral workshop on October 18th organized by CTF, Service Research Center at Karlstad University.
The seminar will approach the new service research landscape and give you new insights into service-dominant logic related research and associated concepts. More specifically, the seminar content will highlight the basics of service-dominant logic, especially clarifying central concepts that are sometimes not accurately represented in the literature. Complimentary and competing research streams will be linked and differentiated and recent and future initiatives, as well as potential, related research opportunities will be explored.
Program leaders are: Professor Stephen L. Vargo, University of Hawai’i at Manoa, and CTF faculty members: Professor Bo Edvardsson, Professor Per Kristensson, and Dr Kaisa Koskela-Huotari.
Wednesday October 17th: Research seminar:
13:15-13:45 Welcome and Introduction of CTF by Bo Edvardsson
13:45-16:00 Service-Dominant Logic - premises and possibilities by Stephen L. Vargo
16:00-16:45 Q&A session lead by Per Kristensson
16:45-17:00 Wrap-up by Per Kristensson
18:30 Networking event downtown Karlstad with snacks and refreshments.
Thursday October 18th: Doctoral workshop:
10:00-12:00 Doctoral workshop lead by Stephen L. Vargo
13:00-15:00 Continuation of doctoral workshop lead by Stephen L. Vargo
Application for the doctoral workshop
The doctoral workshop gives doctoral students a unique opportunity to present and discuss their on-going work with Professor Vargo and other faculty members at CTF. We encourage both doctoral students currently doing service-dominant logic related research and doctoral students interested in exploring how their research themes could be connected with service-dominant logic in the future, to apply for the workshop.
Doctoral students desiring to participate in the workshop should submit an application containing the following elements:
- Summary of thesis project (max 1500 words, exclusive of references)
- Brief motivation letter explaining how they would benefit for participating in the workshop and how the workshop fits their research interests
- Academic CV
Application should be sent by August 31, 2018, to Kaisa Koskela-Huotari, email@example.com, using the subject line ‘S-D logic doctoral workshop’. Submitters will be informed whether they have been accepted for presenting their work in the workshop by September 14, 2018.
Registration to the seminar
The seminar and doctoral workshop are especially targeted towards scholars and doctoral students who want to learn more about service-dominant logic and connect their research to this continually evolving field.
The seminar and doctoral workshop are free of charge but registration for the seminar, and application for the doctoral workshop is necessary.
Register here: seminaroct17.axacoair.se
Processing of personal data
By sending in their application material, the applicants consent that Karlstad University and the University of Hawaii can process their personal data according to given information and current legislation. The personal data will be only processed before and during the doctoral workshop. More information about the processing of personal data is available via this link: https://www.kau.se/en/gdpr
For more information, please contact Professor Per Kristensson, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope that this program is of interest to you. Hope to see you in Karlstad in October!
Professor and CTF Director