JMS Special Issue Workshop 2015
The Innovation & Entrepreneurship Department will be hosting a JMS Special Issue Paper Development Workshop on 9-10 November, welcoming participating authors to a two day event to discuss and refine their papers prior to final selection. Publication of the special issue is likely in 2016. A proposed agenda is below:
|08.30 – 08.45||Registration and Coffee|
|09.10-9.30||Insights from the JMS Editorial Board|
|09.35 – 11.05||Session 1: Hybridity and collaboration in public service|
|11.05 – 11.30||Coffee Break|
|11.30 – 13.00||Session 2: Public-private organizations, contracting and renegotiations|
|13.00 – 14.00||Lunch|
|14.00 – 15.30||Session 3: Cross-sector partnerships as hybrid organizations|
|15.30 – 16.00||Coffee Break|
|16.00 – 17.30||Session 4: Social value, hybridity and organizational design|
|17.30||End of Day one|
|08.45 – 09.00||Welcome Coffee|
|09.00 – 10.30||Session 5: Value creation and capture in public-private partnerships|
|10.30 – 11.00||Coffee Break|
|11.00 – 12.30||Session 6: Firm and non-profit collaboration: A theoretical perspective|
|12.15 – 13.30||Lunch|
The workshop takes place in the Ballroom at 58 Prince’s Gate which is opposite the main entrance to Imperial College London (see map below).
Directions by Tube: The nearest station is South Kensington which on the Piccadilly Line (dark blue), District Line (Green) and Circle Line (Yellow). On arriving at the ticket barriers take the subway exit tunnel to the end. Emerge onto Exhibition Road and turn left until you reach the main glass entrance of Imperial College London. Cross over the road and Prince’s Gate is on the corner with the entrance to your right.
Directions by Bus: The following Bus Routes go via the College – Number 9 or 10 (heading towards Hammersmith). Alight at ‘Exhibition Road’ stop and walk straight ahead for a few metres, then turn left onto Exhibition Road itself. Walk south until you see the main entrance to Imperial College London (on the opposite side of the road) and 58 Prince’s Gate is on the next corner. Alternatively the 14, 74 and 414 run to the south of the College, so alight at South Kensington Station and walk north up exhibition road until you reach Imperial College London.