Sub-theme 28: Unsettling Boundaries: Practices of Inter-organizational Collaboration

Convenors:
Kristina Lauche, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Hans Berends, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Paul R. Carlile, School of Management, Boston University, USA
Session I: Thursday, July 03, 11:00 to 12:30, T3-25
Perspectives on Interorganizational Collaboration
Chair: Paul Carlile
Greetje Corporaal, Julie Ferguson, Dick de Gilder and Peter Groenewegen
The emergence of (inter)organizational routines for cross-boundary coordination in multiparty collaboration
Franz Wohlgezogen and Nuno Oliveira
Networks as practice
Donald Greer, Laura Black and Nici Zimmermann
Constructing joint action in transdisciplinary research
This session starts with an introduction by the convenors.
Session II: Thursday, July 03, 14:00 to 15:30, T3-25
Collaboration across Time and Space
Chair: Kristina Lauche
Jennifer Whyte, Carmel Lindkvist and Suha Jaradat
Passing the baton? Inter-organizational hand-over as coordination between temporally separated epistemic groups
Petra Bosch-Sijtsema
Temporary interorganisational collaboration practices in construction design - The use of 3D-IT
Julie Fabbri and Florence Charue-Duboc
How a coworking space influences practices of inter-organizational collaboration within hosted entrepreneurs?
Frank Siedlok, Paul Hibbert and John Sillince
Collaborative practices, career motivations and community formation
Session III: Thursday, July 03, 16:00 to 17:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Collaboration in Healthcare - Room: T3-01
Chair: Kristina Lauche
Matthew Archibald
Interorganizational collaboration in healthcare networks: A case study of the referral process on a psychiatric service
Daniela Patru, Kristina Lauche, Hans van Kranenburg and Gerrit Willem Ziggers
Integrating materials, meanings and competences: A practice perspective on developing inter-organizational coordination
Rene Wiedner
Organizational boundary work: The case of 'liberating' community care in the English National Health Service
Parallel Stream B: Collaborative Innovation - Room: T3-25
Chair: Hans Berends
Siw Fosstenløkken
User-driven innovation and learning: co-creation from inter-disciplinary practices and object forming
Harri Paananen, Olivier Irrmann, Clélia Kestemont and Ingrid Chalant
Bread, circuses and innovation - collaborative practices in inter organizational innovation networks: A comparative cross-national study
Susanne Ollila and Anna Yström
Collectively authoring inter-­organizational collaboration: A case of long-­term open innovation collaboration
Session IV: Friday, July 04, 09:00 to 10:30, T3-25
Knowledge and Boundaries
Chair: Paul Carlile
Sri Kudaravalli and Samer Faraj
Task novelty and knowledge transformation processes in professional work
Omid Omidvar and Roman Kislov
Boundary organising in R&D alliances: Misalignment and asymmetry in complex boundary systems
Sharon Dolmans and Isabelle Reymen
Inter-institutional conflicts in technology commercialization processes
Anna Bohlin
Boundary work, practical knowledge and affect in cross-sector collaboration in Swedish river restoration
Session V: Friday, July 04, 14:00 to 15:30
- Parallel Stream -
Parallel Stream A: Collaboration for International Development - Room: T3-01
Chair: Kristina Lauche
Giulia Cappellaro and Valentina Mele
Inter-organization collaboration in complex institutional environments. A study of collaborative practices in international organizations.
Christoph Haug
Reporting Results versus Reporting Needs: How Technologies of Results-Based Management Protect the Comfort Zone of Donors in International Development Cooperation
Tytti Nahi and Minna Halme
Co-creation as sensemaking: Inter-organizational collaboration in inclusive business creation in low-income contexts
Willem van Winden and Lori Divito
Knowledge-sharing and learning from international production partnerships: a study of small firms in the fashion industry
Parallel Stream B: Fostering Collaboration in/between Science and Industry - Room: T3-25
Chair: Hans Berends
Laura Berger, Yvonne W.M. Benschop and Marieke van den Brink
Networking practices as works of power in university-industry collaboration
Julien De Benedittis, Rana Tassabehji and Carine Dominguez-Péry
Inter-organisational collaborative practices: the role of French clusters
Dima Younes and Julien Barrier
Negotiating Science-Industry Boundaries
Robin Gustafsson
Strategies for Field Wide Collective Action in Nascent Industries
Session VI: Saturday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, T3-25
Pluralism and Fragmentation
Chair: Paul Carlile
Jeroen Wolbers, Kees Boersma and Peter Groenewegen
Picking up the pieces: A fragmentation perspective on cross-boundary coordination in emergency response
, Lidia Gheorghiu, Louise Knight and Michael J.R. Butler
Cliques as structures and practices – Shaping boundaries and outcomes in Roma policy networks
Yingqin Zheng and Pamela Abbott
Creolization as boundary work in inter-organizational learning
Session VII: Saturday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30, T3-25
Forming and Dismantling Collaboration
Chair: Hans Berends
Raghu Garud, Barbara Gray and Philipp Tuertscher
The paradox of pluralism: The case of Atlas, CERN
Marlene Le Ber and Oana Branzei
Trajectory and transdisciplinarity in cross-sector partnerships
Saheli Nath
Blame games in breakups: How organizational responses to premature alliance divorce affect legitimacy
Closing discussion