Online Collaborative Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE) Conference
Join us on 25 November to hear the latest research on Orchestrating Multi-stakeholder Collaborations for Grand Challenges.
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The Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences and the Maastricht School of Management are proudly organizing an online Collaborative Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE) Conference on 25 November 2022. The focus is on orchestrating multi-stakeholder collaborations with the overarching theme being the collaborative nature of addressing grand challenges, and in particular sustainability and circularity transitions.
We gratefully acknowledge funding from the Dutch Research Council, Taskforce for Applied Sciences SIA. Due to their support for the conference, there are no participation fees.
Keynote presentation by Prof. Charlene Zietsma
Prof. Charlene Zietsma (Smeal College of Business, PennState University) will speak about field evolution and the interaction between exchange and issue fields. Her keynote sketches a bigger picture on how field structures, sustainability issues and partnerships influence trajectories of field evolution and highlights the role of orchestration to address issue complexities and power relations.
Panel discussion with Prof. Barbara Gray, Prof. Bobby Banerjee and Prof. Rashedur Chowdhury, moderated by Dr. Garima Sharma
These three prominent and distinguished scholars will discuss how power relations and dynamics play out in multi-stakeholder, cross-sector partnerships. Drawing on their rich and extensive work, they offer critical perspectives on current partnership research. They’ll touch on topics such as failed partnerships, partnerships to resist powerful actors or partnerships that don’t emerge due to missing voices. Join the conversation and take an active part in moving partnership research to more progressive theoretical development.
Parallel paper sessions
Scholars will present their latest research on cross-sector partnerships, collaborative networks, multi-stakeholder initiatives or innovation platforms that address grand challenges, sustainability, and circularity and receive constructive feedback from discussants. We are no longer accepting submissions for paper presentations. However, interested scholars can register to attend the parallel session without presenting papers. You can find the Book of Abstracts here.
Register your attendance via the REGISTRATION SITE
|10.00 - 10.15||Welcome|
|10.15 - 11.15||Plenary Keynote by Prof. Charlene Zietsma|
|11.15 - 11.30||Break|
|11.30 - 13.00||Paper session I|
|13.00 - 15.00||Lunch|
|15.00 - 16.30||Paper session II|
|16.30 - 17.00||Break|
|17.00 - 18.00||Plenary discussion with Prof. Barbara Gray, Bobby Banerjee and Prof. Rashedur Chowdhury, moderated by Dr. Garima Sharma|
|Prof. Charlene Zietsma
Charlene Zietsma is a Professor and the John & Becky Surma Dean's Research Fellow, Management and Organization at the Smeal College of Business, Pennsylvania State University. Charlene focuses on contexts involving significant, large-scale change. She studies institutional work, institutional change processes, social and sustainable entrepreneurship and social emotions usually in the context of social and ecological issues and social movements. Her work has been published in Administrative Science Quarterly, Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, and other journals. In 2016, she was awarded the ASQ Scholarly Contribution Award for the paper published in 2010 that has had the most significant impact on the field of organization studies.
Dr. Garima Sharma
Professor Emeritus Barbara L. Gray
Professor Bobby Banerjee
Professor Rashedur Chowdhury
Maastricht School of Management (MSM) is an internationally recognized institute that provides education and advocacy for ethical management, inspiring leadership, innovative entrepreneurship and effective public policy, building on its unique history in working together with institutions in emerging economies for better global management. It is located in the vibrant city of Maastricht, in the Southern part of The Netherlands.
About AUAS – CET
The Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS) is a knowledge institution offering a broad range of professional education programmes to a diverse mix of students, enabling them to fully develop their talent and independently practise their chosen professions at a high level. By connecting education and applied research, the AUAS enables innovation in the professional sector and community in, and around, the cosmopolitan city of Amsterdam.
The Centre for Economic Transformation (CET) offers a platform where new ideas on economics take shape in practice-oriented research and education. CET works together with the business community, social organizations and governments on economic issues that affect society, both nationally and internationally. CET focuses on redesigning business; on advancing new, sustainable approaches in finance, marketing, governance and the labour market, supported by state-of-the-art digital technologies. CET is primarily aimed at companies and organizations that want to accelerate towards a thriving, regenerative and distributive economy that serves the needs of society while respecting planetary boundaries.