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Manchester Metropolitan University Business School

Tuesday, 23 October 2018 at 09:00 - Wednesday, 24 October 2018 at 17:00 (BST)

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FINAL PROGRAMME

COMBINING STATE AND NON-STATE PARTNERSHIPS FOR EFFECTIVE PLACE LEADERSHIP

23RD AND 24TH OCTOBER 2018

MMU BUSINESS SCHOOL, ALL SAINTS CAMPUS, OXFORD ROAD, MANCHESTER

ROOMS: TUESDAY BS 5.40 / WEDNESDAY BS 6.35

 

TUESDAY 23RD OCTOBER – MMU BUSINESS SCHOOL ROOM 5.40

12- 12.45  Registration and Lunch

12.45

Introduction and Overview

Welcome by Mike Wild CEO Manchester Community Central

Dane Anderton

Oto Potluka

1pm

Voluntary Sector Engagement: Academia, Policy and Practice

Panel and Discussion

James Rees (Chair)

2.30

Role of formal and informal nonprofit leadership in rural development

Oto Potluka

3.15pm Break

3.30

The Nature and Role of Civic-community Leaders within and for City Leadership. An Anglo-Italian Comparison

Michela Pagani

4pm

Engaging citizens in Nottingham, Stuttgart and Shanghai – a comparative perspective on the role of citizens’ surveys in urban governance

Jenni Cauvain

Lei Xie

Hannah Keding

Reiner Grundmann

4.30pm

Developing and maintaining trust in rural place leadership: The case of partnerships for better place attachment in two post-Soviet countries, Latvia and Estonia

Joanna Storie

Mart Kulvik

5pm  Networking – Drinks

6.30pm  Evening Meal

 

 

WEDNESDAY 24th OCTOBER - MMU BUSINESS SCHOOL ROOM 6.35

9am Refreshments in Business School room 6.35

9.30am

Greenhorns, Apprentices and Catalysts: The New Leadership of Place in Enterprising Partnerships

Lorraine Johnston

John Fenwick

10am

Holistic space leadership beyond sectoral and professional borders – The case of Aviation Valley in the Polish Podkarpackie Region

Lech Suwala

Grzegorz Micek

10.30

Establishing Leadership in a ‘Busy’ Governance Structure

Martin Quinn

11am  Break

11.15

Partnerships in Environmental Regeneration in North West England 1980 – 2010: a Practitioner Perspective

Phil Barton

John Handley

Peter Wilmers

11.45

Leadership of governments and citizens initiatives, enabling energy transition in the Netherlands

L G Horlings

N van Aalderen

12.15

The effectiveness of place leadership in new town development in China

Haiyan Lu

12.45 – 1.15  Lunch

1.15

Regional higher education institutions in place leadership: Nordic and Baltic regional innovation systems in comparison

Garri Raagmaa,

Jari Kolehmainen

1.45

Universities as Sustainable Place Leaders in Emerging Countries

Dane Anderton

Malini Nair

2.15

City and Regional Development Leadership beyond BREXIT: A Relational Perspective

John Gibney

Joyce Liddle

John Shutt

2.45pm

Break

3pm

The Compass of Collaboration: a model to guide the leadership of sub-national spaces

Kate Broadhurst

3.30

Entrepreneurs: place attachment and participation in local leadership

Grete Kindel

4pm  Network Discussion and debrief

Continuing the network

Special Issue – meeting for contributors

5pm  Close

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Manchester Met Business School
All Saints Campus
Oxford Road
M15 6BH Manchester
United Kingdom

Tuesday, 23 October 2018 at 09:00 - Wednesday, 24 October 2018 at 17:00 (BST)


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Manchester Metropolitan University Business School

Manchester Metropolitan University Business School is one of the UK’s top Business Schools, offering high quality taught responsible management and business courses with professional accreditation and transformational applied research.  We have a keen awareness of the realities of modern management/enterprise and we aim to develop responsible business managers to lead sustainable competitive advantage for world-class organisations.

The Business School is one of the oldest in the UK with roots dating back to the Victorian Period.  Over the last 120 years the school has grown in size and although it is one of the country’s original Business Schools, it has maintained a cutting-edge and intelligent approach to the challenges facing business and managers around the world in these fast-moving times.

For more information visit mmu.ac.uk/business-school.

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