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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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CfP: Strategy Processes and Practices: Dialogues and Intersections

Since Mintzberg and Burgelman started to question the seemingly innocent division between strategy formulation and implementation, many scholars have sought to understand strategy processes and practices in organizations. The Winter and Summer Special Issues on Strategy Processes in Strategic Management … Continue reading

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CfP: Open Organizations for an Open Society? Practicing Openness in Innovation, Strategy and Beyond

Leonhard Dobusch, Georg von Krogh and Richard Whittington are convenors of a sub-theme at the upcoming 31st EGOS Colloquium, July 2-4 2015 in Athens, Greece, on “Open Organizations for an Open Society? Practicing Openness in Innovation, Strategy and Beyond“. Excerpt … 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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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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