Thanks to a host of excellent submissions, the program committee of the SAP Interest Group was able to compose an exciting program at this year’s AOM in Chicago. The SAP program can be found here. We hope to see you around in some of the IG’s sessions!
Dear SAP friends and colleagues,
please join this year’s distinguished keynote, which will be given by Ted Schatzki and discussed by Paula Jarzabkowski. The distinguished keynote will take place on Monday, Aug 13 2018 1:15PM – 2:45PM at Swissôtel Chicago in Zurich E,F. We hope to see many of you there!
The University of Liverpool Management School is hiring five lecturers or senior lecturers in strategy, international business, or entrepreneurship (read more here). Relating to the job requirements the job post specifies:
Candidates will possess a relevant PhD and have an emerging track record of top-level publications (Lecturer position) or an existing track record of top-level publications in the relevant fields over a number of years (Senior Lecturer position). Candidates will also be able to evidence future research plans demonstrating a capacity to sustain and extend the existing high level of output. In addition, the School seeks excellence in all aspects of the student experience and for individuals with a passion for innovative pedagogies and the capacity to create and deliver new and highly contemporary modules.
For more information, and to submit your application online, click here.
A letter from Sotirios Paroutis, Chair-Elect of the SAP Interest Group
Dear SAP IG friends,
As you probably already know, we organize an annual IG dinner on Friday evening at AoM. This year, it will be held at Morton’s Wacker Place, one of the ‘classic’ steakhouses in Chicago within walking distance from Swisshotel:
SAP: SAP Dinner
Friday, August 10, 2018
Morton’s – 65 East Wacker Place
We would love to see as many of you as possible at the dinner and we are conscious that it’s filling up quickly. The deadline to register is 25 July so please do so as soon as possible. You can use the following link, under the dinner & social events tab (second page): https://aom.org/annualmeeting/registration/pdw/
The cost of the dinner is $60 (but thanks to our SAP sponsors you will be provided with the $85 three plate dinner menu). It’s a great evening each year and we would love to see you there.
The SAP Community Day is an EGOS pre-colloquium PDW that takes place on a yearly basis. Its aim is to bring together scholars interested in the process and practice of strategy-making to stake out the state of the field, meet old and new friends, and receive inspiration for future research projects.
At this year’s EGOS 2018, the SAP Community Day had its fourth anniversary. In the spirit of the aim of this workshop, this year’s topic was: “Inspiring and Expanding Strategy-as-Practice Research”. Thus, the co-organizers Philip Gylfe, Georg Reischauer, Tania Weinfurtner, and Matthias Wenzel developed a forward-oriented program that aimed to bring in fresh inspiration for the field’s years to come. Continue reading
The SAP Interest Group has a strong history of sponsoring attractive Professional Development Workshop (PDWs) at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting. At this year’s AOM in Chicago, Anna Jenkins, Paul Spee, and Neil Thompson will offer a PDW on “Strategy-as-Practice meets Entrepreneurship”. This PDW aims to explore the relationships between these two fields in order to develop a joint research agenda. The workshop includes three parts:
(1) presentations from Professors Dimo Dimov, Paula Jarzabkowski Richard Whittington and Eero Vaara as keynote speakers. The speakers will discuss why the two perspectives are compatible and will explain how scholars can benefit from connecting them in their research;
(2) seven thematic round tables, each with two well- known scholars to represent SAP and entrepreneurship will animate the discussion around the theme and will help participants develop ideas for future research; and
(3) a concluding discussion where participants and panelists will share the most promising avenues for bridging these two perspectives.
The roundtables will be facilitated by Ethel Brundin, William Gartner, Susi Geiger, Jane Kirsten Lê, Mattias Nordqvist, Sara Elias, and Bruce Teague.
Part One is open; part Two requires pre-registration through AOM’s PDW registration system. As space is limited, potential participants are advised to register as soon as possible.