Digital Conference On ‘Social Enterprise – Values And Processes’

Archived


Date: Jan. 7, 2021 - Jan. 9, 2021


The discipline of Social Entrepreneurship has been advancing fast to establish as multidisciplinary area equally sought after by scholarly community and practitioners. Probably this is one of the emerging disciplines of the 21st Century which has drawn attention of several stakeholders in search of sustainable practices to impact lives of millions marginalised due to several reasons of neo-liberal economic thoughts and practices. Gradually the ‘black-hole’ in social entrepreneurship was explored and scholars reported creation of social enterprise is a rational process. In this way, the mystique of social entrepreneurship became ‘the science’ of social enterprise creation. With reasonable clarity on the models and the values, the need is to know more and enrich the science of social enterprise.

The Centre for Social Entrepreneurship of School of Management and Labour Studies at Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai will organise Digital Conference on ‘Social Enterprise – Values and Processes’ from January 07 to 09, 2021.

The Conference will be hosted on digital platform with a rich content related the themes of - Context, Construct, Social Enterprise as means to solve social and environmental problems, Social Enterprise creation processes, Social Enterprise Design , Social Enterprise sustenance processes, Value created by Social Enterprise, and Neo liberal economy and Social Enterprise.

Registration is open for delegates; please fill up the online Form using the hyperlink https://forms.gle/y4VrUcPnNZicotUL6.

Last date of registration is January 03, 2021.

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Satyajit Majumdar, Professor,

Centre for Social Entrepreneurship,

School of Management and Labour Studies,

Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai (India)

 

Schedule

(subjected to minor modification)

Day and Date

Time

Subject and Speakers

Thursday, January 07, 2021

 










09.00 AM – 09.30AM

e-Reporting

09.30AM – 10.15AM

Welcome Address

  • Professor Sasmita Palo, Dean, School of Management and Labour Studies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai (India)

Opening Remark

  • Professor Shalini Bharat, Director, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai (India)

Conference Context, Overview and Discussion

  • Prof. Satyajit Majumdar, Centre for Social Entrepreneurship, School of Management and Labour Studies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai (India)

10.15 AM – 11.30 AM

Expert Session

Mr Hasmukh Rawal, Managing Director, Mylab Founding
Discovery Solutions Private Limited, Pune (India)

 

Tea/Coffee Break : 11.30 AM – 11.45 AM



11.45 AM – 01.45 PM

Paper Presentation on ‘Perspective on Social Entrepreneurship - 1’

Moderator: Prof. Samapti Guha, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai (India)

  • Is Sustainopreneurship A Pathway For Ensuring Livelihood And Nutrition Security? An Exploratory Study Of Rural Gujarat

       Apoorva, Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar

       (Inida)

  • Is Social Entrepreneurship: A Search for a Common Definition and Values Espoused Sustainopreneurship A Pathway For Ensuring Livelihood And Nutrition Security? An Exploratory Study Of Rural Gujarat

       Nidhin K P, Tata Institute of Social Science, Mumbai (India)

  • Exploring Value Proposition by a Social Enterprise: A case study of Automated Power Loom Enterprise of Manipur

      Jackson Khumukcham, Tata Institute of Social Science, Mumbai

      (India)

  • Design solutions for recycling urban waste: The case of Daily Dump (PBK Waste Solutions Private Limited) a social and eco-enterprise

       Niraj U Joshi, GEDB, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences,   

      Stockholm, (Sweden)

  • Community-based Entrepreneurship: A review of Farmer producer organizations literature in India

       Remigius, Tata Institute of Social Science, Mumbai (India)

Lunch Break : 01.45 PM – 02.30 PM



02.30 PM – 04.30 PM

Session on Social Enterprise in Making – Live Cases on Enterprise Design at Dinahata Block, Coochbehar District, West Bengal by the Students of the Master Programme on Social Entrepreneurship

Tea/Coffee Break : 04.30 PM – 05.00 PM



05.00 PM – 06.00 PM

Expert Session on ‘Social Enterprise – Model, Scale and Impact

Mr Vinayak Lohani, Founder, Parivar, South 24 Parganas (India) – to be confirmed

 

 

Day and Date

Time

Subject and Speakers

Friday,

January 08, 2021








09.30 AM – 10.15 AM

Breakout and Networking

10.15 AM – 11.30 AM 

Discussion Session on ‘Social Enterprise – Values, Models and Innovation’

  • Prof. Syed Saad Andaleeb, Distinguished Visiting Professor, IBA University of Dhaka (Bangladesh) and Distinguished Professor Emeritus Pennsylvania State University (USA)
  • Prof. Rangapriya Kannan, Professor & Chair, Innovation & Entrepreneurship and Affiliate Faculty,  Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies, University of San Diego (USA)
  • Dr. Sreevas Sahasranamam, Chancellor's Fellow,Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship, University of Strathclyde (UK) – to be confirmed
Tea/Coffee Break : 11.30 AM – 11.45 AM

11.45 AM – 01.45 PM

Paper Presentation on ‘Social Entrepreneurship for Impact’

Moderator: Dr. Archana Singh, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai (India)

  • Social Entrepreneurship : A Step Towards SustainabilityJuhi Sharma, Agra (India)
  • Social Entrepreneurship as a catalyst for inclusive and sustainable growth

        V Padmaja, Ramaiah Institute of Management, Bangaluru (India)

  • Social Enterprise in global context – Impacts, Trends & Developments

      Joyce Jestin & Nidhin K P, (India)

  • Adoption of Information Technology by Small Shops to Manage the Influence of E-commerce based Retail

       Vicky J. Nandgaye, Tata Institute of Social Science, Mumbai (India)

  • Decoding the Ecosystem for Social Enterprise: A Comparative Analysis of India and the UK

      Roopinder Oberoi, Department of Political Science, Kirori Mal    

      College, University of Delhi(India)

Lunch Break : 01.45 PM – 02.30 PM

02.30 PM – 04.30 PM

Meet Social Entrepreneur Incubatees of Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai

Tea/Coffee Break : 04.30 PM – 05.00 PM

05.00 PM – 06.00 PM

Expert Session on ‘Social Enterprise – Local Resources and Livelihood

Ms Jyotsna Sigling, Chief Conservator of Forest – Van Panchayat, Government of Uttarakhand (India) – to be confirmed

 

Day and Date

Time

Subject and Speakers

 

Saturday,

January 09, 2021

09.30 AM – 10.15 AM

Breakout and Networking

10.15 AM – 11.30 AM

Sharit Bhowmik Memorial Session

Mr Harish Hande, Co-Founder, SELCO (India), Bengaluru (India)

Tea/Coffee : 11.30 AM – 11.45 AM

11.45 AM – 01.45 PM

Paper Presentation on ‘Social Enterprise Model & Processes’

Moderator: Dr. Reji E M, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai (India)

  • Enabled Cooperative Model of Social Value Creation-A case of Mann Deshi

     Balram Bhushan, SRM, Xavier University, Bhubaneswar (India)

  • Collaboration between Local Governments and Corporate Sector for Creation of Robust Social Infrastructure in India

       Ram Kumar, Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi (India)

  • Role of Government to Support Social Entrepreneur in India Vinod Kumar Patel, Indian Institute of Management, Indore (India)
  • Radical Innovation using Non-Traditional Social Enterprise Design

       Ismail Akbani, Symbiosis Institute of Technology, Pune (India)

  • An Analysis of the Process and Design of Social Value Creation, Management and Sustenance of a Low Cost, Not- For Loss, Technology Driven Social Enterprise: The Case of Bombay Mother and Child Welfare Society

       Madhav Sathe, The Bombay Mothers and Children Welfare Society,  

       Mumbai (India)

Lunch : 01.45 PM – 02.30 PM

02.30 PM – 04.30 PM

Paper Presentation on ‘Perspective on Social Entrepreneurship - 2’

Moderator: Prof. Samapti Guha, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai (India)

  • In what way Social Entrepreneurs’ Value Orientation have made emotional impact to the Performance of Social Enterprises: The Arbitrating Consequence of Social Entrepreneurship

     Sunanda Das, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi

     (India)

  • Values created by social enterprise  

       Hind Chetwani, Kumaraguru College of Liberal Arts & Science,  

       Coimbatore (India)

  • Service Design through Continual Engagement at a Dementia Care Home in India: A Case Study

      Gauri Tillu and Pramod Khambete, Indian Institute of Technology,   

      Bombay (India)

  • Social Value and Process Challenges in Solid Waste Management during Covid-19 Pandemic: Case of a Social Enterprise

     Sumit Mitra and Aakriti Deepak, Indian Institute of Management 

     Kozhikode (India)

  • Going 'vocal for local' through community-based urban farming : Exploring the transformations and transitions through case-studies in Mumbai

      Deborah Dutta, Institute of Rural Management Anand (India)

04.30 PM – 05.00 PM

Conference Closing