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Invitation to PDW - Value Creation and Appropriation in the Post-Pandemic Era

  • 1.  Invitation to PDW - Value Creation and Appropriation in the Post-Pandemic Era

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    Value Creation and Appropriation in the Post-Pandemic Era
     
    Friday, August 5, 2022
    4:00 PM − 5:30 PM PT
    Tahoma 5 at Seattle Convention Center
    Session 219

     

     

    Please join us for the DIG highlighted PDW "Value Creation and Appropriation in the Post-Pandemic Era" from 4:00 PM − 5:30 PM PT on Friday, August 5. We have invited five of the leading minds in our field to participate in a paradigm-defining conversation on value creation and appropriation in the post-pandemic era.

     

    The Covid-19 pandemic upended business as we once knew it. The pandemic brought a fatal blow to the already crippled phenomenon of globalization, as explained by the newly coined terms of deglobalization and slowbalization. Global supply chains were damaged, stymieing the delivery of necessary products to a world that had never before seen such deficiencies in recent history. In this time of uncertainty, organizations struggled to make sense of the new context and looked to their CEOs and top management teams for leadership. The c-suite had to define, in real time, what their organizations stood for while simultaneously keeping their employees from engaging in the "great resignation." Moreover, technology and innovation redefined the way we conduct business as a significant number of firms are working remotely and never returning to their physical spaces. The totality of the events described above suggests that we need a paradigm-shifting approach to understanding business in the post-pandemic era. We believe the criticality of the timing to be especially true now that we expect the beginning of the end of the Covid-19 pandemic. This PDW brings together an accomplished group of scholars with diverse expertise, to provide a new prism of understanding on value creation and appropriation in the post-pandemic era.

      

    Session Co-Chairs

    Minyoung Kim, University of Kansas

    Curba Morris Lampert, Florida International University

     

    Panelists

    Constance Helfat, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth

    Francisco Polidoro Jr., The University of Texas at Austin

    Alain Verbeke, University of Calgary

    Margarethe Wiersema, University of California, Irvine

    Yan "Anthea" Zhang, Rice University

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    Minyoung Kim, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor and Frank T. Stockton Fellow
    School of Business | University of Kansas | Lawrence, KS 66045
    http://www.business.ku.edu/minyoung-kim
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