Support Strategizing, Activities & Practices through your participation in the membership survey

Letter from Paul Spee, Chair of the Strategizing, Activities & Practices Interest Group  at the Academy of Management

The membership survey has now opened for Strategizing, Activities & Practices, and will run until 16 November. The link to the survey was emailed to you directly from AoM (please check your inbox or junk mail).

I encourage you to participate in the survey, especially your response to Question 21 important as it will help determine the future of SAP at AoM. Your feedback in all other responses is equally important as it provides the basis to develop and adapt member services. We feel strongly that the scholarly success and the vibrant community of SAP scholars provide a complement to the AoM and offer a strong case to establish SAP as a Division within the Academy of Management. Gaining Division status is important as it offers:

  • Stability: Divisional status will offer us a permanent platform for Strategizing, Activities & Practices research, giving our members continuity and connection.
  • Legitimacy: Divisional status puts us, the community of Strategizing, Activities & Practices scholars on par with other sections of the Academy of Management, which offers an important signal that such research is valued equally within our profession.
  • Support: Divisional status is associated with additional financial resources. It would provide the means to offer a broader and improved portfolio of services to our members.

If you have any questions about the survey or any other SAP issue, please do not hesitate to get in touch. We’re always available to our members.

Thank you for your continued support.

Best regards,
Paul

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