Innovations, Pseudo-Innovations and Corporate Social Responsibility for the Future

June 13, 2020
Faculty of Management and Social Communication of the Jagiellonian University, Jagiellonian University

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Jagiellonian University

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This conference is to be a place for exchanging viewpoints on different ways of understanding the phenomenon of innovations and how they change the perspective of perceiving the social responsibility of investors and organizations for the future. We encourage participants to exchange their views in three thematic blocks with regard to the challenges of the pandemic we are facing:

1. Ambiguities of the concept of innovation: How do theorists and practitioners define innovations? How do their definitions differ?

2. Criteria and methods for identifying innovations at the stage of decision making about their financing and implementation: How does the (directly or implicitly) assumed definition of innovations determines criteria to asses projects of changes?

3. Responsibility for innovation. How does the hierarchy of values motivate the creators to work on innovations? How does this hierarchy affect investors’ and organizations’ decisions to invest in and implement innovations or to abandon their projects?

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May 31, 2020, 7:00pm CET

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