Domenico Dentoni
Domenico Dentoni
Professor of Business, Resilience & Transformation, Montpellier Business School
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The complexity of wicked problems in large scale change
S Waddock, GM Meszoely, S Waddell, D Dentoni
Journal of Organizational Change Management 28 (6), 993-1012, 2015
Harnessing wicked problems in multi-stakeholder partnerships
D Dentoni, V Bitzer, G Schouten
Journal of Business Ethics, 1-24, 2018
Individual competencies for managers engaged in corporate sustainable management practices
R Wesselink, V Blok, S van Leur, T Lans, D Dentoni
Journal of Cleaner Production 106, 497-506, 2015
Cross-Sector Partnerships and the Co-Creation of Dynamic Capabilities for Stakeholder Orientation
D Dentoni, V Bitzer, S Pascucci
Journal of Business Ethics 135 (1), 35-53, 2016
The role (s) of universities in dealing with global wicked problems through multi-stakeholder initiatives
D Dentoni, V Bitzer
Journal of Cleaner Production 106, 68-78, 2015
The direct and indirect effects of ‘locally grown’on consumers’ attitudes towards agri-food products
D Dentoni, GT Tonsor, RJ Calantone, HC Peterson
Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 38 (3), 384-396, 2009
Managing wicked problems in agribusiness: the role of multi-stakeholder engagements in value creation
D Dentoni, O Hospes, RB Ross
International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 15 (1030-2016-82862), 1-12, 2012
Group heterogeneity and cooperation on the geographical indication regulation: The case of the “Prosciutto di Parma” Consortium
D Dentoni, D Menozzi, MG Capelli
Food Policy 37 (3), 207-216, 2012
Large Systems Change: An Emerging Field of Transformation and Transitions
S Waddell, S Waddock, S Cornell, D Dentoni, M McLachlan, G Meszoely
Journal of Corporate Citizenship 58 (6), 5-30, 2015
Multi-stakeholder sustainability alliances in agri-food chains: A framework for multi-disciplinary research
D Dentoni, HC Peterson
International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 14 (1030-2016-82784 …, 2011
Pathways of transformation in global food and agricultural systems: implications from a large systems change theory perspective
D Dentoni, S Waddell, S Waddock
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 29, 8-13, 2017
Understanding the organization of sharing economy in agri-food systems: evidence from alternative food networks in Valencia
I Miralles, D Dentoni, S Pascucci
Agriculture and Human Values, 1-22, 2017
“Rationally local”: consumer participation in alternative food chains
L Cembalo, A Lombardi, S Pascucci, D Dentoni, G Migliore, F Verneau, ...
Agribusiness 31 (3), 330-352, 2015
Developing human capital for agri-food firms’ multi-stakeholder interactions
D Dentoni, V Blok, T Lans, R Wesselink
International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 15 (1030-2016-82840 …, 2012
Sharing values or sharing costs? Understanding consumer participation in alternative food networks
S Pascucci, D Dentoni, A Lombardi, L Cembalo
NJAS-Wageningen Journal of Life Sciences 78, 47-60, 2016
Learning “who we are” by doing: Processes of co-constructing prosocial identities in community-based enterprises
D Dentoni, S Pascucci, K Poldner, WB Gartner
Journal of Business Venturing 33 (5), 603-622, 2018
Linking sustainable business models to socio-ecological resilience through cross-sector partnerships: A Complex Adaptive Systems view
D Dentoni, J Pinkse, R Lubberink
Business & Society 60 (5), 1216–1252, 2021
Determinants of farm resilience to climate change: The role of farmer entrepreneurship and value chain collaborations
D Kangogo, D Dentoni, J Bijman
Sustainability 12 (3), 868, 2020
Learning from stakeholder pressure and embeddedness: The roles of absorptive capacity in the corporate social responsibility of Dutch Agribusinesses
PTM Ingenbleek, D Dentoni
Sustainability 8 (10), 1026, 2016
Organisational drivers of capabilities for multi-stakeholder dialogue and knowledge integration
M Veldhuizen, V Blok, D Dentoni
Journal on Chain and Network Science 13 (2), 107-117, 2013
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