Il 18 e 19 aprile 2017, più di 100 accademici provenienti dalle più varie parti del mondo, dall’Australia all’America Latina all’Europa, sono venuti a Roma per partecipare alla 1° CONFERENZA IESE-LUISS BUSINESS SCHOOL SU RESPONSABILITÀ, SOSTENIBILITÀ E IMPRENDITORIALITÀ SOCIALE. Ispirati dalla bellezza e dall’armonia del Campus di Villa Blanc della LUISS Business School, gli accademici partecipanti hanno presentato i loro lavori, hanno dibattuto e condiviso le rispettive idee sulle Organizzazioni Ibride, strutture che creano impatto socio-ambientale positivo attraverso i meccanismi del mercato for-profit.

Come spiega Francesco Rullani, Assistant Professor LUISS Giudo Carli e Direttore Accademico e Coordinatore ERSHub – Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability Hub della LUISS Business School: “L’idea è quella di provare a capire come possiamo creare organizzazioni che siano in grado di raggiungere differenti tipi di obiettivi allo stesso tempo. La stessa attività che svolgono per sopravvivere economicamente dovrebbe generare un impatto positivo sia sul piano sociale che su quello ambientale”.

Fino a non molto tempo fa i principali modelli economici offrivano poche soluzioni ai molti problemi di lunga durata sociali ed ambientali che affliggono la nostra società. Povertà ed esclusione nella sfera sociale, cambiamenti climatici e carenza idrica nella sfera ambientale sono solo alcuni dei più visibili esempi. In tale contesto, le Organizzazioni Ibride hanno iniziato a giocare un ruolo cruciale. “Negli ultimi dieci anni abbiamo osservato l’emergere di un numero crescente di organizzazioni ibride, imprese sociali, cooperative, organizzazioni che stanno giocando un doppio ruolo nella società. Da un lato contribuiscono alla soluzione di problemi sociali, dall’altro creano lavoro e svolgono una funzione professionale e competitiva nel mercato” afferma Antonino Vaccaro, Associate Professor e Academic Director del Center for Business in Society IESE Business School.

La creazione di valore economico, sociale ed ambientale non potrebbe essere possibile senza Etica, Responsabilità e Sostenibilità, tre punti fondamentali che riassumono le abilità che un bravo manager deve possedere, ma che inoltre rappresentano l’obiettivo centrale della strategia della nostra Scuola – Spiega il prof. Paolo Boccardelli, Direttore della LUISS Business School – noi vogliamo contribuire allo sviluppo  di una nuova classe di leader capaci di creare soluzioni per un mondo migliore”.

 

16/05/2017


PROGRAMMA

Behind the scene’ of writing and publishing on hybrid organizations
Round tables

First keynote session

chair Francesco Rullani

Johanna Mair – Innovation and Scaling – How effective Social Entrepreneurs create Impact

Anne-Claire Pache – Social Enterprises as Hybrid Organizations: A Research Program

Ute Stephan – Market-based Organizations and Strategies for Positive Social Change

Semi-plenary session  I

Semi-plenary session II

Parallel session I

Parallel session II

Second keynote session

chair Antonino Vaccaro 

Tina Dacin – The role of social entrepreneurs as market builders and custodians
Guido Palazzo – From Aeneas to global warming to social entrepreneurship – Reflections on the transformational power of values, beliefs, stories and narratives
Tommaso Ramus – Strategic framing in a new “social movement enterprise”
Presentation of the Journal of Business Ethics symposium
Luca Mongelli

Third keynote session: Firms challenge Academia
chair Michele Andreaus
Tina Dacin
Guido Palazzo
Vincent Fauvet
Luigi Sampaolo

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Johanna Mair, Hertie School of Governance, Germany, & Stanford, US)
Anne-Claire Pache, ESSEC, France
Ute Stephan, Aston University, UK

Tina Dacin, Queen’s University at Kingston, Canada
Guido Palazzo, HEC-Lausanne, Switzerland
Tommaso Ramus, Católica-Lisbon, Portugal

Vincent Fauvet, investir&+, President and Co-Founder, France
Luigi Sampaolo, ENI, Vice President for Projects and Sustainability Strategic Relations, Italy

 


APPROFONDIMENTI

DAY 1
SESSION 1A – Nurturing Hybrid Organizations

The Social Impact of Philanthropic Venture Capital Backed Social Enterprises, with Mariarosa Scarlata

  • Presenter: Francesco Di Lorenzo (session chair)

What makes social entrepreneurs crowdfunding campaigns successful?

  • Presenter: Florian Hoos

Formal and informal justice in hybrid organizations. A review of conflicting interests in crowdfunding platforms, with Natàlia Cugueró-Escofet, Miguel Ángel Canela Campos

  • Presenter: Alberto Ibarra

 Assessing resources of early stage social ventures: A signaling theory perspective on venture philanthropy-oriented foundations decision criteria        

  • Presenter: Nahyun Oh

SESSION 1B – Collaborations and Networks for Hybrid Organizations

Challenges in Social Franchising Governance: The Case of Impact Hub, with Benedetto Cannatelli, Brett R. Smith

  • Presenter: Alessandro Giudici (session chair)                

 Building new commons on community institutions: The case of self-managed microfinance organizations

  • Presenter: Camille Meyer  

Game of thrones: Inter-organizational coopetition among social enterprises, with Daniel Arenas

  • Presenter: Solange Hai         

 Collaboration between hybrid organizations

  • Presenter: Bob Doherty     

SESSION 1C – Organizing for Hybrid Organizations   

Organizational identification in hybrid organizations, with Markus Perkmann, Paola Criscuolo

  • Presenter: Cleo Silvestri (session chair)         

Philosophical Foundations of Social Enterprises

  • Presenter: Antonino Vaccaro    

Made in Carcere: Integral Human Development in extreme conditions, with Pietro Versari, Francesco Rullani and Antonino Vaccaro            

  • Presenter: Luca Mongelli

Organizational tensions in social enterprises             

  • Presenter: Elisabeth Niendorf

SESSION 1D – Measurement, Reporting and Taxation issues     

Tax policy issues for social entrepreneurship, with Philip O´Regan

  • Presenter: Sheila Killian (session chair)          

Benefit of the Doubt Performance Measurement of Social Enterprises: Mission Drift or Mission Lock-in? with Pieter Jan Kerstens, Johan Bruneel, Laurens Cherchye

  • Presenter: Matthias Staessens

Pursuing social purposes: The complexity of performance measurement in social enterprises, with Pietro Micheli, Marya L. Besharov

  • Presenter: Haley Allison Beer

Which social impact for Collective Ownerships in Alpine Areas?, with Caterina Pesci, Michele Andreaus

  • Presenter: Ericka Costa

SESSION 1E – Insights from Italian Hybrid Organizations

Hybridization as systemic innovation: Italian social enterprise on the move, with Paolo Venturi    

  • Presenter: Sara Rago (session chair)

Social Agricultural Co-operatives in Italy: integrated practices towards ‘greener’ approaches to hybridity, with Adrian Richard Bailey, Fu Jia

  • Presenter: Laura Colombo

The sustainable path of social enterprises toward hybridity: Insights from a multiple case study of Italian NPOS, with Lamberto Zollo, Massimiliano Matteo Pellegrini, Guglielmo Faldetta

  • Presenter: Riccardo Rialti

Social impact models at work: the case of Italian innovative startups with a social goal, with Ennio Lugli, Paolo Caselli        

  • Presenter: Ulpiana Kocollari

Conference: Wednesday 19 April, 2017
DAY 2
SESSION 2A – Communities and Networks for Hybrid Organizations

Nurturing Responsible Communities. Alternative Food Networks as Social Innovators in Sustainable Food Practices, with Chiara Aurora Demaldè

  • Presenter: Silvana Signori (session chair)

Cooperation in hybrid businesses: A relational view, with Inan Ince, Rüdiger Hahn – DID NOT PRESENT

  • Presenter: Felix Ostertag

From conflict to capacity-building: The case of corporate-community relations, with Sofiane Baba    

  • Presenter: Emmanuel Raufflet               

Mechanisms and Boundaries of Collective Action Between Profit and Non-profit Organizations  

  • Presenter: Riccardo Maiolini

SESSION 2B – Worldwide Regional Evidence on Hybrid Organizations

Internal and external practices in hybrid organizations in response to different logics – chameleons and mules? – qualitative evidence from social enterprises in Poland

  • Presenter: Marzena Starnawska (session chair)     

Organizational hybridity influence on competitive strategies and behaviour: the Azorean case

  • Presenter: Joana Rodrigues

Taming Patriarchy: The Case of an Entrepreneurship Development Project in Lebanon  

  • Presenter: Yusuf Sidani                          

Social Enterprises as Market Shapers: Emerging Evidence from China, with Michele Simoni

  • Presenter: Peter Moran

 SESSION 2C – Business Models for Hybrid Organizations

Social Business Models – A typology based on levels of integration, with Elisabeth Niendorf – DID NOT PRESENT

  • Presenter: Kreutzer Karin (session chair)

Similarities and Differences in Business Model Components of Social Entrepreneurial Organizations, with Francois Brouard       

  • Presenter: Yulia Aray

Analyzing Drivers of Societal Value Creation: A Business Model Perspective              

  • Presenter: Addisu Lashitew

 Organizing for Multi-Sided Societal Impact: the Emergence of Hybrid Service Ecosystems, with Francesca Ricciardi, Cecilia Rossignoli          

  • Presenter: Sabrina Bonomi

SESSION 2D – Hybrid Organizations as Changemakers

An analysis of the process of adoption of virtual non-monetary exchange systems. An attitudinal approach of hybrid communities, with August Corrons, Antonio Grandìo       

  • Presenter: Luis Alfonso Garay Tamajón (session chair)

External Challenges in the Process of Emergence of Hybrid Social Enterprises: A Theory of Deinstitutionalization and Legitimacy, with Federica Brunetta, Paolo Boccardelli

  • Presenter: Francesca Capo       

Brokerage in the Social Entrepreneurship Sector: Managing Networks to Foster Social and Institutional Change

  • Presenter: Tanja Collavo   

B-Lab as Institutional Entrepreneurs: What does an Analysis of the Early Adopters of B-Corps Designation Suggest about the Potential for Field Level Institutional Change?                 

  • Presenter: Kate Cooney    

SESSION 2E – Assessing Social Enterprises

Unveiling the empty rhetoric of impact investment: Exploring a disconnect in everyday sayings and doings of impact measurement, with Erin Castellas

  • Presenter: Jarrod Ormiston (session chair) 

 Constructing what is probably impossible: Social enterprises? use of heuristics in social impact assessment, with Jonatan Pinkse

  • Presenter: Greg Molecke               

Hybridization of Performance Measurement and Impact Assessment: A Case Study of a Social Business, with Matias Laine, Charles Cho       

  • Presenter: Kevin Andre     

Credit and Default Probability Assessment : Corporate Social Responsibility Criteria as a Driver of Risk Evaluation       

  • Presenter: Novella Talà          

SESSION 3A – Open Issues for Hybrid Organizations

Diverse managerial careers: A resource for hybrid organizations, with Kreutzer Karin

  • Presenter: Niendorf Elisabeth (session chair)

Hybrid Entities and the Psychological Contract with Employee-Stakeholders

  • Presenter: Norman Bishara

 Organizational Identification in Hybrid Organizations: a Literature Review and Research Agenda              

  • Presenter: Cécile Godfroid

 Responsible Innovation in the Context of Social Entrepreneurship, with Vincent Blok, Johan van Ophem, Gerben van der Velde, S.W.F. Onno Omta

  • Presenter: Rob Lubberink

 Sustainable Concerns of Social Entrepreneurship

  • Presenter: Rama Krishna            

SESSION 3B – Sociocultural Basis of Hybrid Organizations

The role of social embeddedness in hybrid organizations: Lessons from family firms, with Lamberto Zollo

  • Presenter: Maria Carmen Laudano (session chair)

 An investigation of how ecological inclusive business models support sustainable development, with Serena Didonè, Maurizio Cisi

  • Presenter: Laura Corazza

 A conceptual framework of identity orientation for social enterprises, with Joana Mendonça, Miguel Amaral

  • Presenter: Daniela Guerra, Dos Santos

 Hybrids as a way of sustainability: A study of Christian mission hospitals in India

  • Presenter: Aditya Moses          

SESSION 3C – Challenges for Hybrid Organizations

Hybrid Organizations and Social Enterprise Ecosystems: Findings From a U.S. Survey, with Aishwariya Chandrasekar, Fasika Delessa, Evan Haas, Sarina Haryanto, Ryan Ross

  • Presenter: David Kirsch (session chair)

 Bringing product back in at the bottom of the pyramid: a case study, with Kate Roll 

  • Presenter: Morten Hansen

 Scaling deep for sustainability: Increasing the impact of an environmental social enterprise through ´empathic leadership´, with Elizabeth Kurucz, Barry Colbert

  • Presenter: Jessica L. Nicholson

 Hybrid organizations and resilience: The case of social enterprises, with Lisa Maria Ertl

  • Presenter: Christine Vallaster

 Facilitating hybrid collectives: The role of collaborative practices and multilingual brokers          

  • Presenter: Jarrod Ormiston                               

SESSION 3D – Defining Hybrid Organizations

Institutional Traps, and Social Entrepreneurs? Institutional Work, Strategies and Tactics, with Rene Chester Goduscheit       

  • Presenter: Dmitry Khanin (session chair)     

 Moving towards an Operational Definition of Social Entrepreneurship, with Carmen Lages 

  • Presenter: Filipa Lancastre        

 Why do public organizations get hybrid? Addressing institutional change, autonomy and legitimacy, with Liselore Berghman, Wouter Van Dooren, Paul Matthyssens    

  • Presenter: Lode De Waele

 Fostering Social Connection Responsibility: Lessons from the Assessment of a Participatory Guarantee System (Pgs), with Francesco Vittori    

  • Presenter: Silvana Signori         

 Doing Good While Making Profits: A Configurational Approach on Hybrid Social Ventures

  • Presenter: Lien De Cuyper      

 SESSION 3E – Starting up Hybrid Organizations

Mapping the social business incubator landscape, with Sabrina Korreck

  • Presenter: Piet Hausberg (session chair)

 Involvement of Bottom-up Actors in the Emergence of Social Enterprise: Competing Discourses of Social Enterprise in South Korea

  • Presenter: Jieun Ryu

 Hybrid micro-enterprises: Founding motives and the meaning of success, with Ralitza Nikolaeva, Carmen Lages, Fernando A. F. Ferreira

  • Presenter: Marta Bicho

 How Contextual Factors and Capacity Building Initiatives Influence Social Entrepreneurship Development in Fragile Contexts. The Case of Cashew in Sierra Leone, with Stefano Corsi, Giovanni Azzone             

  • Presenter: Francesca Mapelli