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Workshop: The Dilemmas of Disassembly

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Learn how to sort materials into different streams through a hands-on device disassembly workshop. This exercise is to help business scholars to get a better understanding of the limits and possibilities of circular business models, and to expand their capabilities to communicate with technologically minded experts in companies and in the academia. This workshop is primarily targeted at colleagues from the field of business research, but anyone is welcome to participate.

Light refreshments will be served.

This workshop is part of the series “Bridging Circular Economy Technologies and Business Models”. The series provides a forum for cross-disciplinary researchers to exchange knowledge, practices and ideas related to circular economy study. You may choose to learn about applying business model logic to the circular economy, what disassembling an electronic device actually is like, or cross-disciplinary circular economy language skills. The workshops are designed for researchers and faculty members in the engineering and business fields, who are welcome to participate in any or all of the series’ three parts.

Get a glimpse into the spring 2019 edition of this workshop series in this video made by the master's students on the project team:

Other workshops in this series:

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Workshop: Business Hooks for Closing Loops

“Business Hooks for Closed Loops” is an exploration of the business case for the circular economy.

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Workshop: Building Circular Economy Language Skills

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