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Frontiers in Social Innovation: Open Social Innovation and Political Innovation. A conversation with Johanna Mair

  • 1.  Frontiers in Social Innovation: Open Social Innovation and Political Innovation. A conversation with Johanna Mair

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    Dear Colleagues:

    The Management & Organization for Sustainable Transformations (MOST) research group at Montpellier Business School welcomes you all to the following online event:

    "Frontiers in Social Innovation: Open Social Innovation and Political Innovation. A conversation with Johanna Mair"

    On Thursday, April 4th, 2024, from 12.30 to 14.30 CET (Central European Time)
    Online via MS Teams – Please send an email to Domenico Dentoni (d.dentoni@montpellier-bs.com) to register

    More background to this event here below and in attachment:

    Prof. Johanna Mair is a Professor of Organization, Strategy, and Leadership at the Hertie School, a Distinguished Fellow at the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society and an Academic Editor of the Stanford Social Innovation Review. Her research on how organizations and innovative forms of organizing can contribute to economic, social, and political progress – and also her kind and deeply respectful way of building bridges between academia and practice across disciplines – is inspiring and shaping the ideas and work of generations of scholars around the world. We have now the chance to discuss, in a fully interactive format, some of her most recent work in the domain of social, open social and political innovation. You are very welcome to join us, ask questions and shape together this conversation!

    You are all very welcome to join us in this online event.

    Domenico

    Domenico Dentoni
    Full Professor of Business, Resilience and Transformation
    Chair Director | Communication and OrgAnizing for Sustainable Transformations (COAST)
    Montpellier Business School
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