Thursday, 07 March 2019
Understanding how firms and other stakeholders cooperate and exploit networks and networked resources are at the core of the agenda of this research symposium.
Increasingly, owning resources appears to be less relevant to contemporary organisations than having access to resourceful networks.
Today, businesses need to take into account the interplay between local activities in regional clusters and those embedded in global value chains. Their various value creation activities may follow different organisational principles. Exchange modes may vary between market, hierarchy and cooperative governance forms. The notion of cultivating and accessing resourceful networks is thus significant.
Business activities may extend beyond the focal firm and into a dynamic relational space which connects stakeholders, other firms and industry participants in changing eco-systems.
The organisers of the research symposium aim to bring together researchers and practitioners from diverse backgrounds to share knowledge and insights into the topic of networks in changing business environments. Building on this interdisciplinary exchange, we seek to establish a broad cooperative research agenda about the contemporary role of businesses in an increasingly networked world.
Abstracts and proposals (approx. 500 words) relating to the symposium theme networks in changing business environments are invited. Please include author affiliations and contact details of corresponding author.
Deadline for submission of abstracts and proposals 15 June 2019 - (early submissions are welcome) Dr Jalleh Sharafizad email@example.com
We are interested in developing and deepening knowledge and understanding about networks in business ecosystems. We would like to encourage contributions from a wide range of multidisciplinary and cross-sectoral approaches.
We invite papers and proposals from researchers and practitioners in any of the following topics or related areas:
Date: 15 July 2019 (2pm start) - 16 July 2019 (5pm finish)
Venue: ECU Joondalup Campus, JO 34.546
RSVP: Dr Jalleh Sharafizad firstname.lastname@example.org
The symposium will be a combination of keynote speeches, paper presentations and highly interactive sessions. There is no symposium fee but participants pay for own transport, accommodation and meals.
For more information, email Professor Kerry Brown email@example.com
Prof. Kerry Brown, Edith Cowan University, Australia
Dr. Jalleh Sharafizad, Edith Cowan University, Australia
Prof. Susanne Royer, EUF, Germany
Prof. John Burgess, RMIT Uni, Australia.
A/Prof. Susanne Gretzinger, SDU, Denmark
A/Prof. Mads Bruun Ingstrup, SDU, Denmark
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