Ali Ziaee Bigdeli
Ali Ziaee Bigdeli
Associate Professor (Reader) in Industrial Service Innovation at Aston Business School
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Servitization: Revisiting the State-of-the-art and Research Priorities
T Baines, A Ziaee Bigdeli, O Bustinza, V Guang Shi, J Baldwin, ...
International Journal of Operations & Production Management, 2017
4682017
Servitization and competitive advantage: the importance of organizational structure and value chain position
OF Bustinza, AZ Bigdeli, T Baines, C Elliot
Research-Technology Management 58 (5), 53-60, 2015
2182015
Citizen–government collaboration on social media: The case of Twitter in the 2011 riots in England
P Panagiotopoulos, AZ Bigdeli, S Sams
Government information quarterly 31 (3), 349-357, 2014
1842014
Social media in emergency management: Twitter as a tool for communicating risks to the public
P Panagiotopoulos, J Barnett, AZ Bigdeli, S Sams
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 111, 86-96, 2016
1392016
Interactively developed capabilities: evidence from dyadic servitization relationships
C Raddats, J Zolkiewski, VM Story, J Burton, T Baines, A Ziaee Bigdeli
International Journal of Operations and Production Management, 2017
742017
Network positioning and risk perception in servitization: evidence from the UK road transport industry
A Ziaee Bigdeli, OF Bustinza, F Vendrell-Herrero, T Baines
International Journal of Production Research 56 (6), 2169-2183, 2018
692018
Electronic information sharing in local government authorities: Factors influencing the decision-making process
AZ Bigdeli, MM Kamal, S De Cesare
International Journal of Information Management 33 (5), 816-830, 2013
682013
Organisational Change towards Servitization: A Theoretical Framework
A Ziaee Bigdeli, T Baines, O Bustinza, V Guang Shi
Competitiveness Review 27 (1), 2017
64*2017
Capturing the benefits of industry 4.0: a business network perspective
A Schroeder, A Ziaee Bigdeli, C Galera Zarco, T Baines
Production Planning & Control 30 (16), 1305-1321, 2019
512019
Investigating factors influencing local government decision makers while adopting integration technologies (IntTech)
MM Kamal, AZ Bigdeli, M Themistocleous, V Morabito
Information & Management 52 (2), 135-150, 2015
482015
Framing the servitization transformation process: A model to understand and facilitate the servitization journey
T Baines, AZ Bigdeli, R Sousa, A Schroeder
International Journal of Production Economics 221, 107463, 2020
452020
Measuring servitization progress and outcome: the case of ‘advanced services’
A Ziaee Bigdeli, T Baines, A Schroeder, S Brown, E Musson, V Guang Shi, ...
Production Planning & Control 29 (4), 315-332, 2018
412018
Practices in servitization
M Kohtamäki, T Baines, R Rabetino, AZ Bigdeli
Practices and tools for servitization, 1-21, 2018
392018
Using gamification to transform the adoption of servitization
VG Shi, T Baines, J Baldwin, K Ridgway, P Petridis, AZ Bigdeli, V Uren, ...
Industrial Marketing Management 63, 82-91, 2017
392017
Shared Services: Lessons From Private Sector for Public Sector Domain
M Kamal, A Ziaee Bigdeli
The 4th IFIP 8.5 International Conference on eGovernment (eGov), Norway., 2012
352012
State-of-the-art in Business Games
P Petridis, K Hadjicosta, V Guang Shi, I Dunwell, T Baines, ...
International Journal of Serious Games 2 (1), 2015
322015
Information sharing through inter‐organisational systems in local government
AZ Bigdeli, M Kamal, S de Cesare
Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy, 2013
322013
Sustainability and scalability of university spinouts: a business model perspective
A Ziaee Bigdeli, F Li, X Shi
R&D Management 46 (3), 504-518, 2016
302016
The value architecture of servitization: Expanding the research scope
PCG Martin, A Schroeder, AZ Bigdeli
Journal of Business Research 104, 438-449, 2019
262019
" 5 Days in August"–How London local authorities used Twitter during the 2011 riots
P Panagiotopoulos, AZ Bigdeli, S Sams
International Conference on Electronic Government, 102-113, 2012
252012
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