August 20, 2014

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Can Corporate Sustainability & Economic Growth Coexist?


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#BaBf: What Does it Mean to Brew a Better Future?

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When Corporate Citizenship Integrates with Business Strategy: In Conversation with

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What Does it Mean
to Compete to be
Best FOR the
World?

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CSR Event

Innovative Collaboration for a Complex World: Reaching Across Institutional Divides

Organizer: International Cross Sector Social Interactions Symposium

Date: 05.29.14, 09:00AM – 05.30.14, 06:30PM ET

Location:Boston

Sponsor:Suffolk University

Website: www.suffolk.edu/business/departments/18014.php

On May 29-30, 2014, Sawyer Business School’s Center for Innovation and Change Leadership is hosting the fourth international symposium on cross-sector social interactions.

The meeting, called “Innovative Collaboration for a Complex World: Reaching Across institutional Divides,” will discuss how today’s businesses, NGOs, and government agencies form partnerships to reach new markets, develop corporate social responsibility initiatives, provide public services, and develop innovative solutions.

While collaboration offers many benefits, there are also unique challenges to consider. In many cases, institutions from the developed world interact with low-income communities in developing countries. In these communities, a complex and unstable blend of institutions—local, national and supranational—coexist side by side.

How do you manage and communicate with diverse teams? How should organizations approach and structure their partnerships? How do specific innovations stemming from cross-sector social interactions tackle complex problems?

These are just some of the questions that will be addressed at the symposium, which is being organized by Sawyer Business School Associate Professor Carlos Rufin and EMLYON Business School Associate Professor Miguel Rivera-Santos, with the support of an Organizing Committee formed by recognized experts on cross-sector partnerships: Professor James Austin of Harvard Business School, Professor Andrew Crane of York University, Professor May Seitanidi of the University of Kent and Professor Rob van Tulder of Erasmus University.

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NOTES:
For information about the 4th International CSSI Symposium, please contact: Ms. Teri Malionek, Director of Marketing & Communications, University of Suffolk, Boston, email address: TMalionek@suffolk.edu Telephone number: +1 617-573-8631

For information about the LTA Award in Collaboration Research and for interviews with Prof. Waddock please contact: Dr. May Seitanidi, Senior Lecturer in Strategy, Kent Business School & International CSSI Symposia Coordinator email address: mmayseitanidi@yahoo.com Telephone number: + 44 7919 440088

More information about the Sponsor of the LTA Award in Collaboration Research ‘The Partnerships Resource Centre’, Erasmus University is available from: www.partnershipsresourcecentre.org

For more information, please contact:

Phone: 0044 7919440088
Twitter: @MaySeitanidi
Phone: +1 617-573-8631
Twitter: @SUBizSchool

 

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