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Workshop on “Connections in Action: Keeping Track of Large Social Phenomena using Relational and ‘Micro-sociological’ approaches”

Location: University of Warwick, Coventry, UK Date: December 5th (2pm) to December 6th (4pm) Theme: One of the challenges that process, practice and organizational routine studies share with other micro-sociological approaches (Collins, 1981) is how to deal with some of … Continue reading

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Open Strategy Network: New Platform for Research on Open Strategy-making

Fueled by new digital technologies and by the perceived success of concepts such as ‘open innovation’, we can observe a growing interest in open forms of organizing more generally both among practitioners as well as among organization scholars (see also the wiki-based … Continue reading

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Open Tools (6): Open Thesis Project

The series Open Tools presents openly available tools supporting mostly qualitative SAP research. This post is about the project Offene Doktorarbeit (Open Thesis) by Christian Heise. So far, this series presented interesting and openly available tools for SAP researchers. This … Continue reading

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SAP PDW: A Practice-Based Perspective on Paradox: Study Strategic Tensions

Organizers: Eric Knight, University of Sydney, Rebecca Bednarek, Birkbeck University, Jane Lê, University of Sydney Time: 10.15am-12.15pm Date: Saturday, August 6, 2016 (Academy of Management Annual Meeting) Location: Anaheim Hilton, Pacific B (2nd floor) You are invited to join a … Continue reading

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Announcing New Book on Leadership-as-practice

Joe Raelin, Knowles Chair, D’Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University SAP members may be interested in a new book, just out from Routledge, called Leadership-as-Practice:  Theory and Application.  It is edited by member, Joe Raelin, and features content and authors … Continue reading

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We proudly present: SAP’s first ever Doctoral & Early Career Program for the AoM Annual Meeting 2016

Christina Wawarta and Katharina Dittrich, Organizers of the SAP Early Career Program The first attendance of the AoM Annual Meeting can be daunting. That is why the SAP Interest Group has designed a compelling one-day program specially tailored to guide … Continue reading

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