Monthly Archives: February 2014

Is Strategy-as-Practice Research Practically Relevant?

David Seidl and Violetta Splitter While the strategy-as-practice approach was initially developed as a reaction to the lack of practical relevance of most strategy research to date (see the editorial of the JMS Special Issue in 2003), we find only … Continue reading

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CfP: Open Strategy – Transparency and Inclusion in Strategy Processes

Richard Whittington, Julia Hautz and David Seidl are editors of a Special Issue in Long Range Planning on “Open Strategy – Transparency and Inclusion in Strategy Processes“: Over the last few years there has been an apparent trend towards greater … Continue reading

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New Round of Emerging SAP Scholars

This post showcases the latest ideas from SAP doctoral students just finishing their PhDs. Watch out for these students in the coming conference season! The transformation of research into practice:¬†Guillaume Carton is a 3rd-year PhD Candidate in strategic management at … Continue reading

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Trends in Video-based Research

Curtis LeBaron and Paula Jarzabkowski The popularity and volume of video-based research is rising. Video-based research is any research that features or includes video as a primary data source. The table below shows results of a keyword search within the … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: The Performativity of Strategy

Guest editors Laure Cabantous, Jean-Pascal Gond and Alex Wright invite submissions for a special issue in Long Range Planning on “The Performativity of Strategy”. Their guiding research question makes clear that they are looking at the issue from a practice … Continue reading

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