|Sept. 1 - Onsite|
|Member||US$ 85||US$ 115|
|Non-Member||US$ 105||US$ 135|
This workshop aims to bring together strategy and organization science scholars carrying out research on hybrid organizing for the social good and sustainability. The objective is to provide a forum for discussing frontier research on different forms of hybrid organizing, the effectiveness of these boundary-spanning organizational arrangements in creating value and social impact, and more broadly, strategies in markets for social goods. In terms of theoretical domains, the goal is to enable cross-fertilization on the burgeoning set of studies that exist on hybrid organizations, contractual and firm boundary theory, social entrepreneurship, as well as innovation and social value perspectives. Further, the workshop is designed to give visibility to methodological innovations – such as field experiments, new empirical measures of core concepts (e.g. hybridity, social impact or purpose), clever sampling approaches and big data/AI analytic techniques – that advance this research field.
The themes that this workshop aims to cover are:
8:30: Registration and Coffee Break
9.00: Welcome and introduction
9.15: Session 1 "Hybrid Organizing"
10.30: Coffee Break
10:50: Feedback and Discussion
11.30: Session 2 "Social Enterprises"
12:45: Feedback and Discussion
13:15: Lunch break
14.30: Session 3 "Innovation and Value Creation"
15.45: Coffee Break
16:00: Feedback and Discussion
16:40: Session 4 "Methodological Innovations"
18:00: Feedback and Discussion
18:30: Concluding Remarks
19.15: Departure for Dinner (Location TBD)
We are pleased to be hosting this extension at Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris.
Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris
17 Boulevard Jourdan