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Highlights of the SAP Program in Philadelphia

Anne Smith (Program Chair) and Jane Le (PD W Chair) SAP Distinguished Keynote Address: Kathleen Eisenhardt Monday 9:45 to 11:15, Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel in Liberty Ballroom A: Each year, the interest group acknowledges the contributions of a distinguished scholar who … Continue reading

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Congratulations – and thank you!

The SAP IG attracted 87 paper submissions and 12 symposium submissions for the 2012 Academy, all requiring reviewing. The SAP community prides itself on the constructive nature of its reviews – it’s good for authors and great for the IG … Continue reading

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Capturing social practice in practice: Video recording, new avenues for studies of practice and the practice of ethnography

Gary Burke (Aston University) There is a growing interest in studying how bodies, spatial contexts and material artifacts are implicated in the accomplishment of strategy work (Vaara & Whittington, Academy of Management Annals, 2012). Video methodologies, in particular, offer promise … Continue reading

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What Next for the SAP IG?

Ann Smith (University of Tennessee) As we head into the third year of our Interest Group and the group member survey is getting underway this fall, perhaps now is a good time to ponder the future of our Interest Group. … Continue reading

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The Academy for First-Timers

Katharina Dittrich (University of Zurich) Maneuvering through the largest management conference worldwide can be daunting task for PhD students and other first-timers, but focusing on a few essentials may help you to make your way through the conference jungle: (1) … Continue reading

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