Jekaterina ‘Katja’ Dmitrijeva is an industrial product-service innovation expert with a background in environmental and management consulting. With over seven years of experience working with capital goods, professional services, energy, agriculture, chemical, transportation, utilities, automobiles and electronics industries, and a PhD in Management, she works with MNEs, SMEs and HEIs to enable sustainable industrial transitions through outcome-based services. Katja’s research focuses on servitization, development and deployment of outcome-based business models, alignment of service-led and sustainability-led strategies in manufacturing.
Servitization, Business Model Innovation, Outcome-Based Solutions, Strategic Business Development, Organisational Change, Decision-Making, Sustainability Transitions
PhD Management (2021), Department of Operations and Information Management Aston Business School, Aston University, United Kingdom; Marie-Curie Circular European Economy Innovative Training Network (Circ€uit).
MSc Environmental Management and Policy (2014), Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics IIIEE, Lund University, Sweden.
MA (Hons) Town and Regional Planning (2012), The University of Dundee, United Kingdom.