David Graham Hyatt

David Graham Hyatt
University of Arkansas | U of A · Department of Supply Chain Management

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May 2011 - present
University of Arkansas
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Cross sector partnerships between environmental NGOs and businesses are relatively new, emerging as a common form of interaction only over the past 25 years. We examine the effectiveness of cross-sector collaborations from the perspective of interorganizational social capital, which we argue is of particular value to NGOs. We explore implications o...
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Different forms of stakeholder pressures drive different environmental strategies in organizations. This article differentiates between internal and external normative stakeholder pressures to test their potentially unique effects on environmental strategies. The findings suggest that internal, normative stakeholder pressures primarily drive substa...
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This article traces the strategic initiatives that Walmart undertook over the last decade to implement its ambitious vision of selling more sustainable products. This effort has been characterized by a gradual shift away from customer-facing initiatives aimed at labeling sustainable products toward supplier-facing initiatives targeted at improving...
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• The ARSP is written for and by cross-sector social partnership (CSSP) academics and practitioners focusing on nonprofit, business, and public sectors who view collaboration as key to solving social problems such as climate change, economic inequality, poverty, or biodiversity loss and environmental degradation. Published by an independent group o...
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Using a social movement perspective, we propose a framework that includes nonprofit actors as members of supply chains in a context that we call sustainable supply chain facilitation, particularly within multi-stakeholder supply chain sustainability initiatives. In this framework, certain nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) work alongside other su...
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We are delighted to announce the 10th celebratory issue of the Annual Review of Social Partnerships (ARSP) that provides annually the one-stop shop of high quality curated content in cross-sector collaboration research and practice from around the world. In over 100 pages this issue covers: * State of the art review of 100+ new publications on cros...
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The Pedagogy Section provides teaching and learning materials on cross-sector partnerships. This issue first presents a new installment of the column “Partnership Concepts Through Cases” (by David Hyatt), focusing on partnering around common pool resources through building systems’ thinking skills. The second contribution (by Lea Stadtler and Adria...
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• The ARSP is written for and by cross-sector social partnership (CSSP) academics and practitioners focusing on nonprofit, business, and public sectors who view collaboration as key to solving social problems such as climate change, economic inequality, poverty, or biodiversity loss and environmental degradation. Published by an independent group o...
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We are pleased to announce the 9th edition of the Annual Review of Social Partnerships (ARSP) 2014. ARSP is a unique international publication that is transdisciplinary and bridges the theory-practice divide by profiling multiple types of scholarship (discovery, integration, engagement, and teaching & learning). The aim of the ARSP is to bring toge...
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We are pleased to announce the 9th edition of the Annual Review of Social Partnerships (ARSP) 2014. ARSP is a unique international publication that is transdisciplinary and bridges the theory-practice divide by profiling multiple types of scholarship (discovery, integration, engagement, and teaching & learning). The aim of the ARSP is to bring toge...
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The Pedagogy Section de-codifies how experienced educators teach abstract constructs related to commons dilemmas and collaboration, such as collaborative fisheries governance, making explicit the tacit knowledge that is associated with years of teaching experience as explained in this issue by David Hyatt. The challenges that Lea Stadler experience...
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• The ARSP is written for and by cross-sector social partnership (CSSP) academics and practitioners focusing on nonprofit, business, and public sectors who view collaboration as key to solving social problems such as climate change, economic inequality, poverty, or biodiversity loss and environmental degradation. Published by an independent group o...
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We are pleased to announce the 8th edition of the Annual Review of Social Partnerships (ARSP) 2013. ARSP is a unique international publication that is transdisciplinary and bridges the theory-practice divide by profiling multiple types of scholarship (discovery, integration, engagement, and teaching & learning). The aim of the ARSP is to bring tog...
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• The ARSP is written for and by cross-sector social partnership (CSSP) academics and practitioners focusing on nonprofit, business, and public sectors who view collaboration as key to solving social problems such as climate change, economic inequality, poverty, or biodiversity loss and environmental degradation. Published by an independent group o...
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The Pedagogy Section provides a variety of thought provoking and practical ideas which will help the reader integrate CSP and CSSI into modules and courses. The inaugural “Partnership Concepts through Cases” column that identifies case studies focused on relevant CSP and CSSI themes. The section also includes another new column, “Teaching Innovatio...
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David Graham Hyatt provides an answer for the required new skills by announcing a new for-credit Masters Certificate Programme on Cross Sector Alliances. The 15-hour Cross Sector Alliance Certificate programme was developed at the Sam M. Walton College of Business together with the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences at the University...
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• The ARSP is written for and by cross-sector social partnership (CSSP) academics and practitioners focusing on nonprofit, business, and public sectors who view collaboration as key to solving social problems such as climate change, economic inequality, poverty, or biodiversity loss and environmental degradation. Published by an independent group o...
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This study explores whether firms might improve their performance with respect to the natural environment by collaborating with organizations outside their industry, such as environmental nongovernmental organizations (ENGOs). Such environmental performance may be manifest in two ways. Environmental proactivity indicates an internalized, authentic...

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