An exploratory study of value co-creation in third sector delivery consortia

Bernadette Best, Sandra Moffett, Rodney McAdam, Claire Moxham

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Abstract

As with the private and public sectors, in the third sector much definitional and
conceptual ambiguity exists as to what value is and how it is specified and assessed (Austin and Seitanidi, 2012; Neghina et al., 2014). Proponents advocating the delivery of enough value to keep stakeholders on board contradict stakeholder theory upholding the allocation of more than the minimum amount to optimise organisational performance (Coff, 1999; Freeman and Harrison et al., 2007). To address these challenges this paper draws empirical insights from an in-depth case study examining value co-creation by adapting Austin and Seitanidi’s (2012) Collaborative Value Creation (CVC) framework.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication22nd EuROMA Conference Neuchatel Switzerland
Pages1-13
Number of pages13
Publication statusPublished - 30 Jun 2015

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