Our re:publica presentation was featured on the Think Act / Digital Impact blog of Roland Berger Strategy consultants and on the Jovoto Blog. In addition, I recommend watching the video of Florian Alexander Schmidt, who focused on crowdsourcing design in his re:publica talk.
Maria Paola Ometto, Johanna Winter and I submitted our full paper to the EGOS Sub-theme 60: Rethinking Responses to Institutional Complexity (Convenors: Royston Greenwood, University of Alberta; Patrick Vermeulen, Radboud University; and Charlene Zietsma, York University). The title of paper is: Losing the Activist Spirit: Institutional Complexity, Mission Drift, and Institutional Logics. The empirical context for our paper is ITCP-FGV (a student-run incubator within an Brazilian university). The organization is part of the Solidarity Economy Movement in Brazil. We examine the mechanisms that led to a mission drift; consequently, the organization lost its activist spirit.
Moreover, I am participating at the OMT Dissertation Proposal Workshop at the Academy of Management Meeting 2014 in Philadelphia, which is a great opportunity to take my work to the next level.