Professor Porter is an Assistant Professor of Management at the Maine Business School. Ms. Porter received her Ph.D. degree from the Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts, where her research focused on dynamic capabilities and strategic change in the case of corporate environmentalism. Her research interests include strategic processes, corporate environmentalism, complex adaptive systems, business and sustainability, and identity.
I am part of the team conducting a systematic analysis of stakeholder groups’ attitudes, needs, relevant knowledge, and economic/political/personal interests relative to the emergent bioproducts sector. These groups include state and local government agencies and entities, environmental and other nongovernmental organizations, and associations and representatives of industries affected by but not directly involved in the forest products industry itself.
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I will be talking to many different people around the state about Bioproducts in Maine. My goal is to better understand their ideas and attitudes about bioproducts in Maine and how they could be personally affected by this industry.
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