Join us for a compelling dive into the emerging field of corporate social intrapreneurship! Corporate social intrapreneurs are individuals pursuing entrepreneurial opportunities to address social challenges from within corporations.
This highly participatory session is designed for academics interested in: corporate entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, repurposing the corporation, and bottom-up approaches to CSR and sustainability.
When: August 1, 2021 - 9am-12pm ET | 2pm-5pm BST | 3pm-6pm CET
AOM Sponsors: ENT, ONE, & SIM
Hosts: Eli Malinsky and Nancy McGaw (The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program)
Academic speakers: Michael L. Barnett (Rutgers University), Maureen Scully (University of Massachusetts Boston), Donald F. Kuratko (Indiana University)
Practitioner speakers: Eric Myers (Aspen First Mover Fellow, Director of Organic Recycling at Waste Management), Emily Alati (Aspen First Mover Fellow, Director, Footwear Materials at Vans)
Organizers: Elisa Alt (King's College London), Ante Glavas (University of Vermont), Thijs Geradts (Maastricht University)
Facilitator: Anne-Cathrin N. Darcis (HHU Dusseldorf)
Pre-registration is recommended but not required for the second part of the workshop. We will share recommended readings with pre-registered participants ahead of the meeting. Please note no preliminary preparation is required to attend the workshop. To pre-register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Check our flyer here: https://tinyurl.com/vub5a3xc
Find us in the program: https://2021.aom.org/meetings/virtual/t7cYSbkLvveS82nM7 (session 496)
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