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Governance, Leadership and Stakeholder Engagement for Sustainable Transition
Submission DeadlineMay 20, 2020

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Lead Guest Editor
Renuka Thakore
Research Innovation & Partnerships, University College of Estate Management, Reading, Berkshire, UK
Guest Editors
  • Stanley Njuangang
    University of Central Lancashire, Preston, Lancashire, UK
  • Steven Ruddock
    University of Salford, Salford, Greater Manchester, UK
  • Abimbola Windapo
    University of Cape Town, Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
  • Francine Baker
    University of Central Lancashire, Preston, Lancashire, UK
  • Irene Lill
    Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia
  • Kwok Shum
    Akio Morita School of Business, Anaheim University, Kisho Kurokawa Green Institute, Anaheim, USA
  • School of Management, Jiangsu University, Zhenjiang, Jiangsu, China
Scholarly discussions on sustainable transition focus mainly on critical success of innovative technical niches. Generally innovative technical niches fail to contribute towards the transition process. Such niches attract less research attention than the small number of successful ones. Through this call, attempt is made to answer the question of why organisations fail in their sustainable transition process. Strategies adopted for sustainable transition have been widely discussed in research literature; however they tend to be either very remonstrating or unpredictable. The failures which are mentioned most frequently include lack of essential characteristics in niches at micro-level such as lack or organisational capabilities; or lack of possible potential in policies at macro-level such as flexible policy framework, existing as different entities on their own. Lack of multi-level perspective, such as estrangement of essential characteristics at all three level: macro, meso and micro, unemployed and dynamically unengaged, incapable of assisting sustainable transition, can also contribute to the failure. From a systematic point of view, these failures hamper the sustainable transition, and thus should be adequately acknowledged in theoretical constructs.
This track proposes to contribute scholarly discussion of the aspects of characteristic of the state of the art and the future theoretical and methodological challenges of sustainable transition research. The aim is to enhance theoretical foundation for potential explanations to assist achieving characteristics required for sustainable transition from a multi-level perspective.
This track is an invitation to researchers to submit papers that would contribute to the concepts, theories, case studies and methods, including but are not restricted to, the following themes:
  1. Organisational innovation and sustainable transition
  2. Theories underpinning strategic optimisation of organisation capabilities for sustainable transition
  3. Characteristics of multi-level perspective system for transition
  4. Characteristics of multi-level actors for strategic optimisation linking to sustainable transition
  5. Methods applied to investigate failures for strategic optimisation
  6. Comparison of transitional strategies and strategies applied for optimisation to assist designing sustainable transition
  7. Strategies to overcome the barriers at each level and/or multi-level
Aims and Scope:
  1. Sustainable transition
  2. Organizational innovation
  3. Multi-level perspective
  4. Strategic optimization
  5. Organization capabilities
  6. Systemic thinking
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