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AOM Panel Symposium: Green Innovation and Brown Organization: How to Bridge the Transition Gap?

  • 1.  AOM Panel Symposium: Green Innovation and Brown Organization: How to Bridge the Transition Gap?

    Posted 11 days ago

    Dear colleagues,

    We invite you to attend our panel symposium on "Green Innovation and Brown Organization: How to Bridge the Transition Gap?" at this year's Academy in Chicago.

    Time and location:  

    Sunday, Aug 11, 2024, 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM CT (UTC-5) at Sheraton in Superior B.

    Panelists:

    Nilanjana Dutt, Bocconi University

    David A. Kirsch, University of Maryland

    Xia Li, London Business School

    Thomas P. Lyon, University of Michigan

    Lamar Pierce, Washington University in St. Louis

    Donald Siegel, Arizona State University

    Moderator:

    Shirley Tang, Bocconi University

    As the global community reaffirms its commitment to transitioning from fossil fuels to renewable energy post-COP28, the urgency for structural transformations within organizations and beyond is paramount to support a just, orderly, and equitable shift. Understanding these changes from a management and organizational perspective is critical, as the history of energy transitions shows that these shifts are rarely linear or predictable, often involving numerous and varied stakeholders with conflicting goals.

    This symposium brings together experts with extensive research, industry, and editorial experience to engage in a moderated, interactive discussion. Topics will include cutting-edge green innovation research, organizational challenges in integrating green solutions, the socio-economic impact of energy transition on communities and the workforce, and the evolving landscape of entrepreneurship in the green sector. The discussions will also highlight future research opportunities in management, entrepreneurship, and sustainability.

    We look forward to seeing many of you there.  For any questions, please don't hesitate to contact the organizers Shirley Tang (xiaoli.tang@unibocconi.it) and Xia Li (xial@london.edu).



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    Xiaoli Tang
    Bocconi University
    Milan
    (314) 229-2129
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