Sub-theme 02: (SWG) Managing networks

Patrick N. Kenis, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
David Knoke, University of Minnesota, USA
Amalya L. Oliver, Hebrew University, Israel
Session I: Thursday, July 02, 09:00 to 10:30, E1-EF-Amfiteatre
Propensity to cooperate
Chair: Amalya Oliver
Barak Aharonson and Daniel Tzabbar
Heterophily in inter-organizational network ties
Networks, niches and the propensity of organizations to collaborate
Competing logics in international development and production networks
Session II: Thursday, July 02, 11:00 to 12:30, E1-EF-Amfiteatre
Propensity to cooperate
Chair: Joaquín Herranz
Peter Peverelli and Lynda Jiwen Song
Networks of inclusions: A Chinese entrepreneur building social capital
Patrick N. Kenis, Brandes Ulrik and Lerner Jurgen
Will they stay or will they go? How the informal governance of WebICs predicts WebIC members dropout rates
Florian Schloderer
Altruistic behaviour in employee networks
Transferability of alliance ties between networks
Session III: Thursday, July 02, 14:00 to 15:30, E1-EF-Amfiteatre
Structure and development
Chair: Jörg Sydow
Alliance portfolio diversity: A new perspective on the concept and its measures
Yi-Ju Lo and Ming-Je Tang
Status difference, power difference, and inter-organizational collaboration
Measuring the dynamics of hospital competition: Empirical evidences from the Italian National Health Service
Session IV: Friday, July 03, 09:00 to 10:30, E1-EF-Amfiteatre
Chair: Terry L. Amburgey
Logic models for network performance management
Maryse Chappin
The impact of managed and emergent network features on whole network outcomes
Vincent Chauvet, Sébastien Brion, Mickaël Géraudel and Caroline Mothe
Project leaders' networks and the performance of new product development: The strength of strong ties
Exporing the alliance capability 'black box': A quantitative survey concerning the relation between
Session V: Friday, July 03, 11:00 to 12:30, E1-EF-Amfiteatre
Network governance and managament
Chair: Stan Xiao LI
Managing networks: The Genolyptus case
Ard-Pieter de Man and Mariann Jelinek
Inside the Tertius Gaudens: The case of ASML
Miel Vugts and Roy Neijland
Network governance in the Dutch water sector. Testing propositions from Provan and Kenis 2008
Balancing unity and diversity in the governance of interorganizational innovation networks: Preliminary findings, propositions and empirical work
Session VI: Saturday, July 04, 09:00 to 10:30, E1-EF-Amfiteatre
Network governance and managament
Chair: Peter J. Peverelli
Arnold Windeler and Knut Lange
Strategic leadership in heterarchical networks? A structuration perspective on leadership practices in the semiconductor industry
Patrick Navatte
Identifying managerial risk in collaborative research networks
Renata Kaminska
Staying at the edge of chaos by stimulating organizational innovation through communities of practice
Session VII: Saturday, July 04, 11:00 to 12:30, E1-EF-Amfiteatre
Key Note by Keith Provan and General Discussion and Conclusions
Chair: Patrick Kenis
In this final session the key note speach will be delivered by Keith Provan followed by an general discussion.