Parallel Session I

Parallel Session I: Track 1
Room: DSØ041

Paradoxes, Tensions, and Competing Logics in Collaboration and Partnerships

Chair: Michael Bzdak, Executive Director, Global Community Impact, Johnson & Johnson.

  1. van Hille, I., Bakker, F.G.A., & Groenewegen, P.: Troubled over Tea: Partnering Towards a Living Wage in the Tea Industry.
  2. Shnayder, L., Dentoni, D., & Wesselink, R.: Thriving Hybrids: Maintaining hybridity in a sea of conflicting logics.
  3. Leitheiser, E.: Shared Goals, Different Logics: Comparisons of the Antecedents and Outcomes of Business-Led and Multi-Stakeholder Initiatives.
  4. Rey-Garcia, M., Felgueiras, A., & Mato-Santiso, V.: Managing multi-level tensions in cross-sector collaborations for social services innovation: a dynamic perspective on telecare.
Parallel Session I: Track 2
Room: D1Ø052

Cross-Sector Partnering and Inclusive Development

Co-chairs: Sietze Vellema and Greetje Schouten.

  1. Dewulf & Elbers: Power in multi-stakeholder partnerships: a conceptual framework
  2. Robinson, R.: Swiss-corporate community investment in Brazil: reducing inequality through social/financial inclusion and collective action projects.
  3. Schouten & Vellema: Collaborative business models and inclusive development: a qualitative analysis of beer industries in Sub-Saharan Africa.
  4. Trujillo, D. & Dodge, J.: Emerging Governance in Post-Conflict Settings: Rationality and Technology Contestation in Governing Resources and Development.
  5. Perzon, Jennie: On Equal Terms – The case of civil society led collaborative value creation.
  6. Helena Knight: Legitimacy of societal outcomes in multistakeholder collaboration: Remembering the locals in swopping oil for tourists.
Room: D1Ø020

Achieving Excellence in Cross-Sector Collaboration Teaching Cases and Notes

Chair: James E. Austin, Harvard Business School.
(only participants who have signed up to the workshop can participate)

Parallel Session I: Track 4
Room: D1Ø089

Orchestrating Cross Sector Partnerships in Cities of Culture

Co-chairs: Annmarie Ryan, Maria Kapsali, Mervi Luonila, and Catherine Morel.

  1. Ryan and McPherson: Failure to win the City of Culture; Emotion, resilience and what comes next.
  2. Pak, Yulia: Mobilizing private sector in culture-led regeneration: new models for cross-sector partnerships in Taipei World Design Capital 2016 program.
  3. Ryan, Morel, Luonila: Place Branding and Cities of Culture: the role of partnerships between business and culture sectors.
  4. Falbe-Hansen and Hansen: The importance of cross sector partnerships for a European Capital of Culture.
  5. Collins et al.: Aarhus City of Culture.
  6. Kapsali: Relational Coordination in Cultural projects.

Parallel Session I I

Parallel Session II: Track 1
Room: DSØ041

Explaining Partnerships I: Factors Shaping Partnership Motivation, Processes and Outcomes

Chair: Rob van Tulder, Rotterdam School of Management.

  1. Ribeiro, J., Braga, V., & Ferreira, M.R.: Mapping Collaborative Relationships with Non-Profit Organisations: A Qualitative and Bibliometric Analysis of the Literature.
  2. Díaz J.H.: Why would Small Businesses Establish Partnerships with Non-Profits? Reasons for Partnerships in the Food Sector in Colombia.
  3. Boyer, A.-M., Cooper, K.R., Wang, R., Dougherty, S.M., & Shumate, M.: Community Adoption of Collective Impact: Predicting Community Adoption of Collective Impact in the United States: A National Scan.
  4. Quarshie, A., Salma, A., & Zhaohui, W.: The Effects of Institutional Entrepreneurship on the Transformation of Organizational Fields: Engagement of the Business Sector in Biodiversity Protection.
Parallel Session II: Track 2
Room: D1Ø052

Partnership Selection, Processes, and Sense-Making

Chair: Amelia Clarke, University of Waterloo.

  1. Le Ber, M.J. & Branzai, O.: Patterns of Organizing, Coordinating, and Integrating Across Disciplines and Sectors in Grand Challenges.
  2. Coupet, J., Albrecht, K., Williams, T., & Farruggia, S.: Extending the CVC Framework to Public-Nonprofit Strategic Alliances.
  3. Mouallem, L.E., Davidson, J., Pinkerton, S., Hunter, L.: How might Partner Selection be Improved by Corporates to Address Material Sustainability Issues? A Case Study of Northumbrian Water Ltd.
  4. Nicholson, J., Colbert, B.A., Kurucz, E.C.: Scaling Deep for Sustainability: The Role of Caring in Social Innovation Intermediaries.
Parallel Session II: Track 3
Room: D1Ø20

Business & Society Special Issue Paper Development Workshop

Co-chairs: Esben Rahbek Gjerdrum Pedersen and May Seitanidi.

  1. Brown, P., Bocken, N.M.P., Balkenende, A.R.: Towards an understanding of the collaborative processes and dynamics in circular networks: Integrating Literature and Practice.
  2. Leitheiser, E.: Shared Goals, Different Logics: Comparison of the antecedents and outcomes of business-led and multi-stakeholder initiatives.
  3. DiVito, L. & van der Linde, P.: Collaborative cross-sectoral business model evolution: a case study of an apparel sustainability initiative.
  4. >Srivardhini, K. Jha, Gold, E.R. & Dubé, L.: Modular Governance for Convergent Innovation.
  5. Murthy, S.R., Colin-Jones, A. & Roll, K.: Value Flows in Business-Nonprofit Partnerships: An Explanation for Partnership Outcomes.
  6. Marta Rey-García, Ana Felgueiras & Vanessa Mato-Santiso: Managing multi-level tensions in cross-sector collaborations for social services innovation: a dynamic perspective on telecare.
  7. Cristina Iturrioz, Cristina Aragon, & Lorea Narvaiza: Values-based networks as drivers for sustainable innovation: the dilemma of institutionalization.
  8. Renate Wesselink, Domenico Dentoni, Larissa Shnayder, Willem Aberson and Valentina Materia: The Interplay of Individual Competencies and Organizational Structures in Enacting Stakeholder Orientation.
  9. Denise Moraes Carvalho, Rob van Tulder, Edson Guarido: Tripartite Partnerships Governance for Wicked Water Challenges: A Typological Approach.
  10. Domenico Dentoni, Rob Lubberink & Jonatan Pinkse: A complex adaptive system view on business models for sustainability: An integrative framework and illustrative example from Malawi.
  11. Inge Oskam, Bart Bossink and Ard-Pieter de Man: Valuing Value in Innovation Ecosystems: Collaborative Creation and Capture of Value in Smart City Projects for a Circular Economy.
  12. Larissa Shnayder, Renate Weselink, and Domenico Dentoni: Thriving Hybrids: The Role of Boundary Crossers in a Sea of Conflicting Institutional Logics.

Parallel Session I I I

Parallel Session III: Track 1
Room: DSØ41

Explaining Partnerships – Part II: Factors Shaping Partnership Motivation, Processes and Outcomes

Chair: May Seitanidi, Kent Business School.

  1. Wesselink, R., Dentoni, D., Shnayder, L., Aberson, W., & Materia, V.: The Interplay of Individual Competences and Organizational Structures in Enacting Stakeholder Orientation.
  2. DiVito, L. & van der Linde, P.: Conditions and Mechanisms in Collaborative Governance of Cross-Sectoral Partnerships.
  3. Montiflor, M.O.: Coordination as Response to a Global Plant Disease Threatening the Fragmented Philippine Banana Industry.
  4. Sanzo, M.J., Álvarez, L. & Rey, M.: Downward accountability to beneficiaries and customers in hybrid organizations: Are cross-sector partnerships a booster?
  5. Murthy, S.R., Colin-Jones, A. & Roll, K.: Value Flows in Business-Nonprofit Partnerships: An Explanation for Partnership Outcomes.
Parallel Session III: Track 2
Room: D1Ø052

Interactions between Global and Local Collaborative Governance Arrangements

Co-chairs: Greetje Schouten and Verena Bitzer.

  1. Murphy, L.: Collaborative Governance Interactions on Anti-Corruption through the prism of the ASEAM CSR Network.
  2. Marazzi, Bitzer, Schouten & Pekdemir: Southern sustainability standards: a question of enhanced inclusiveness? The case of Trustea in India.
  3. Natalie Langford and Peter Knorringa: The theory and practice of the Dutch Polder Model as a governance model in Southern multi-stakeholder partnerships: the case of Trustea.
  4. Heidingsfelder, J. & Beckmann, M.: Private Governance Consolidation in the Making? A Case Study Analysis of the Co-Production of Sustainability Governance in the Global Gold Sector.
Parallel Session III: Track 3
Room: D1Ø20

Exploring the Formal and Informal Governance Arrangements for Cross-Sector Partnerships

Co-chairs: James Wallace, Nelarine Cornelius, Christiana Weber and Eric Pezet.

  1. Christiana Weber, Kathrin Weidner, James Wallace, & Nelarine Cornelius: Do relation-specific investments pay off? A comparison between cross-sector and within-sector partnerships from a Relational View perspective.
  2. Stella Pfisterer and Rob van Tulder: Navigating cross- sector governance tensions in different institutional environments over time: Insights from PPPs in East Africa.
  3. Clara My Lernborg & Marijane Luistro Jonsson: Cross-sector vs. business-driven collaboration: legitimation strategies blurring the boundaries.
  4. John Blenkinsopp, Alistair Bowden, Nermin Hamza, Lorraine Johnston, Jan Myers: From 3Cs to 5Cs: an expanded framework for understanding transitions in the formality of governance arrangements in cross-sector social partnerships.
Parallel Session III: Track 4
Room: D1Ø089

Institutional Perspectives on Collaboration and Partnerships

Chair: Jeremy Moon, Copenhagen Business School.

  1. Wang, R., Cooper, K., & Shumate, M.: Corporate Social Responsibility in an Era of Global Refugee Crisis: An Institutional Perspective on Corporate Programming.
  2. Cai, Y., Clarke, A., MacDonald, A., Lara-Morales, O. Relationships between Financial Resources and Partnership Structure towards Community Sustainability Plan Outcomes.
  3. Denise Moraes Carvalho, Rob van Tulder, Edson Guarido: Tripartite Partnerships Governance for Wicked Water Challenges: A Typological Approach.
  4. Dentoni, D. & Lubberink, R.: A Complex Adaptive Systems Perspective on Business Models: A Taxonomy of the Literature and Three Illustrative Examples.