STACK: Seminars To Advance Cumulative Knowledge

In partnership with the Aspen Institute Business & Society Program and the Social Issues in Management Division of the Academy of Management, we are proud to host the Seminars To Advance Cumulative Knowledge (STACK). STACK aims to advance the depth and breadth of knowledge about corporate social innovation by elucidating the contributions of recently accepted peer-reviewed papers and mapping out their implications for research agendas and corporate practices. These seminars will be archived online, forming a comprehensive and continuously updated library that represents the cutting edge of research on corporate social innovation. The intent is for scholars to use this library to understand which studies to undertake, and for practitioners to use it to understand evolving best practices for design, implementation, and assessment of social innovation.

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Recorded Sessions

STACK

The Role of Psychological Distance in Organizational Responses to Modern Slavery Risk in Supply Chains

Dayna Simpson, Marie Segrave, Anne Quarshie, Andrew Kach, Robert Handfield, George Panas, and Heather Moore

Presented on March 22, 2022

Past Presentations

March 22, 2022

The Role of Psychological Distance in Organizational Responses to Modern Slavery Risk in Supply Chains

February 24, 2022

Diversity Climate, Trust, and Turnover Intentions: A Multilevel Dynamic System

January 26, 2022

Leading by Example in Socially Drive Organizations: The Effect of Transparent Leader Compensation Contraction on Following

November 16, 2021

The Association Between Supply Chain Structure and Transparency: A Large-Scale Empirical Study

October 27, 2021

From Necessity to Opportunity: Scaling Bricolage Across Resource-Constrained Environments