We are pleased to host this extension at ESSEC Business School!
Why are some actors better able to sustain and rebound from adverse events than others? Effective responses and recovery processes are crucial to deal with adversities.
The purpose of this Extension, hosted by ESSEC Business School, is to shed light on what strategies and policies can facilitate resilience in the face of exogenous and systemic challenges. We focus on how organizations broadly conceived (for-profit firms, not-for-profit firms, social enterprises) and networks contribute to system resilience. Strategy scholars with different disciplinary backgrounds will be invited to take up the “grand challenge” of studying how organizations and networks can respond to adverse natural or social events (e.g., pandemics, natural disasters, recessions, migrations).
The program will feature a mix of panel and paper presentations (selected through the invitation of established scholars working on resilience) and structured interactions with practitioners presenting cases of successful business reactions to adverse events.
· Olenka Kacperczyk (London Business School)
· Tal Simons (Erasmus)
· Olivier Chatain (HEC Paris)
· Andrew Shipilov (INSEAD)
· Gerardo Patriotta (University of Bath)
· Ekin Ilseven (INSEAD)
· Ali Mohammadi (Copenhagen Business School)
· Farah Kodeich (IESEG)
· Paola Zappa (UCL)
· Leonardo Nardi (HEC Paris)
· Rahedur Chowduri (University of ESSEX)
· Leandro Pongeluppe (Wharton)
· Miguel Godinho de Matos (CLSBE)
· Celine Schmitt (UNHCR)
· Arnault Pretet (OECD)
8:30-9:00 Welcome, registration, coffee and pastry
9:00-9:15 Welcome by the organising team and institution
9:15-10:30 Editors Panel: Management Scholarship in times of crise
Editors from ASQ, AMJ, SMJ; JMS
10:30-10:45 Coffee break
10:45-11:45 Paper session I: Economic downturns and resilient structures
11:45-12:45 Paper Session II: Health crises: Prevention and consequences
12:45-14:00 Lunch at “La Table”
14:00-15:00 Paper Session III: Managing migration shocks
15:00-15:45 Paper session IV: Natural disasters: Preventions and consequences
16:00-17:00 Practicing resilience: insights from business and society (UNHCR, ACTION CONTRE LA FAIM, OECD and Banque de France)
17:00-Onward Cocktail and Farewell