On the 5th of June, 2019 (Wednesday) there will be a symposium on collaboration and innovation between heterogeneous actors, organized by the Amsterdam Business Research Institute (ABRI), KIN Center of Digital Innovation (School of Business and Economics), and Warwick Business School
Please join us in this symposium on collaboration and innovation between heterogeneous actors. The purpose of this symposium is to have active scholars share interesting research on how collaboration and innovation is increasingly being done in large-scale, digitally-facilitated collaborations, involving actors form heterogeneous backgrounds and interests. Leading scholars will address how this influences our understanding of organizing and managing collaboration and innovation and discuss implications for research and practice.
Dries Faems, Stefan Haefliger, and Wouter Stam will be speaking on this subject, where after Hans Berends, Marleen Huysman, Bart van den Hooff, Andrea Prencipe, and Philipp Tuertscher, will be part of the discussion.
The presentations will be 30 minutes each, including Q&A and facilitated discussion by Hans Berends and Andrea Prencipe. Afterwards, lunch will be served. We hope this symposium will advance research on this important topic as well as give scholars an opportunity to connect and network with the related community of faculty and researchers interested in this area.
Date 5 June 2019
Time 10:30 – 12:00 (lunch 12:00 – 13:00)
Location VU Amsterdam | Main building | room HG-05A37
Title Symposium: “Collaboration and innovation between heterogeneous actors”
Speaker Dries Faems, Stefan Haefliger, and Wouter Stam
Contact Mariana Stori (email@example.com)
Organizers Hans Berends, Jochem Hummel, and Philipp Tuertscher