Category Archives: SAP Methods

ORM Feature Topic: “Templates in Qualitative Research Methods”

Shared by Anne Smith Background and Purpose One of the core strengths of qualitative research methods is that there is muchvarietyamong different approaches, for example, with regard to the underlying epistemological and ontological traditions(Bansal, Smith, & Vaara, 2018, Gephart, 2004), … Continue reading

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SAP Fall Newsletter: Out Now

The latest SAP Newsletter shares exciting news and reflections on activities of the SAP Interest Group, including: An overview of the current executive leadership of the SAP Interest Group Preparations for AOM 2019: Call for Papers and PDW Proposals The technological … Continue reading

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Strategy (as) Practice at SMS 2018 in Paris: An Overview

The SMS Annual International Conference is one of the hotbeds where scholars discuss current trends in strategy research and practice, and share their thoughts and ideas about how strategy-making is done. Scholars and practitioners interested in strategy-making practices can count on … Continue reading

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SMJ Special Issue on Strategy Processes and Practices (SAPP): An Overview

The CfP for a Special Issue on “Strategy Process and Practice: Dialogues and Intersections” in the Strategic Management Journal––edited by Robert Burgelman, Steven Floyd, Tomi Laamanen, Saku Mantere, Eero Vaara, and Richard Whittington––has attracted tremendous interest. In the meanwhile, all … Continue reading

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SAP Doctoral & Early Career Program @ AOM 2017: Madeleine Rauch’s Three Key Take-Aways

The AOM in Atlanta remains in the minds and memories of many scholars. The conference was packed with numerous inspirational sessions, workshops, and discussions. In the following, Madeleine Rauch shares her three key take-aways as a participant of the SAP … Continue reading

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Open Tools (5): XKCD-Style Narrative Charts

The series Open Tools presents openly available tools supporting mostly qualitative SAP research. This post is about the Open Source tool “Narrative Charts” by Simon Elvery. In between highly productive episodes of practice research some of us might have browsed … Continue reading

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Open Tools (4): The Booklet “Writing for Research” by Raewyn Connell

The series Open Tools presents openly available tools supporting mostly qualitative SAP research. This post is about the booklet “Writing for Research” by Raewyn Connell. Since starting this series, we have mostly featured openly licensed software tools. However, the booklet “Writing for … Continue reading

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