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The key drivers and challenges of Business-NGO partnerships in creating sustainable innovation

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A growing body of research emphasizes the potentials of business-NGO partnerships (BNP’s) in developing sustainable innovation. However the business-NGO literature is still at an early stage of development and shrouded in rhetoric with dominant articulations and anecdotes with a lack of empirical evidence. One of the main challenges of studying sustainable innovation relates to the fact that there is no established definition and mapping of drivers and internal and external challenges of these collaborations.
The observations above and the gab in literature point to the theoretical and empirical relevance of exploring business-NGO partnerships in the creation of sustainable innovation. The findings and contributions of this theoretical study are an identification and modeling of six archetypes of Business-NGO partnerships in creating sustainable innovation. Through an exploration of characteristics, drivers and challenges of different types of business-NGO partnerships the model is created. These findings are to be examined through a comparative case study across different business-NGO partnerships.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelOperating Innovation - Innovation Operations : Proceedings of the 15th International CINet Conference
Antal sider13
ForlagContinuous Innovation Network
Udgivelsesår2014
ISBN (trykt)978-90-77360-17-0
StatusUdgivet - 2014
Eksternt udgivetJa
Begivenhed15th International CINet Conference: Operating Innovation - Innovating Operations - Corvinus University, Budapest, Ungarn
Varighed: 7 sep. 20149 sep. 2014
Konferencens nummer: 15
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Konference

Konference15th International CINet Conference
Nummer15
LokationCorvinus University
LandUngarn
ByBudapest
Periode07/09/201409/09/2014
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