My latest article “Individual and organizational identity economics: the case of sustainability” has just became available on early-access at the academic journal Development and Learning in Organizations (ISSN: 1477-7282). The article introduces identity economics in the individual and organizational level, and highlights its impact on organizational performance, especially when dealing with foundational issues such as sustainability.
Temporary citation Lamprinakis, L. (2022), “Individual and organizational identity economics: the case of sustainability”, Development and Learning in Organizations, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/DLO-03-2022-0048
Join us on June 2nd in our workshop “How can we help SMEs towards circular economy business models?”
My talk will be on the “Emergence of bio-economy and the importance of matchmaking in value creation for biomass industries” where I discuss the new socio-economic paradigm that bioeconomy brings and how businesses, and especially SMEs, can flourish into this new reality.
Welcome to our seminar where we discuss how intermediate organizations can provide assistance to ease SMEs’ journey towards sustainability and circular economy. We will also discuss how can business development organisations and their clients use the SYMBIOMA tools and services to successfully adapt to circular economy business models.