This paper contains an analysis of the role of identity in interorganizational collaboration. The case is a network program that involved three parties: eight companies, one consulting institution and a research institution. The purpose of the network program was to develop and test concepts and methods within organizational learning and it was supported by the Danish government. The three parties had different roles in the program. The eight companies all participated as experiments for organizational learning. Consultants from the consulting institution acted as consultants on the eight companies. Finally researchers from a research institution explored the eight projects. I participated as researcher in the program.
|Bidragets oversatte titel||Ledelse og fragmentering af et netværksprogram: Identitetens rolle i interorganisatorisk samarbejde|
|Status||Udgivet - 2008|
|Begivenhed||Taking the tensions out of connexions: An international conference on innovative collaborations, alliances and networks - Sydney, Australien|
Varighed: 16 nov. 2005 → 16 nov. 2005
|Konference||Taking the tensions out of connexions: An international conference on innovative collaborations, alliances and networks|
|Periode||16/11/2005 → 16/11/2005|