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Reflections on AOM: Mariya Eranova’s Three Key Take-Aways of the PDW “Publishing SAP Research in Top Journals”

A few weeks have passed since the sessions and workshops at AOM in Atlanta inspired thousands of management scholars all over the world. Yet, naturally, it is impossible for all management scholars to attend the conference, nor is it possible … Continue reading

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International Careers, Publishing, and Routine Dynamics: Some SAP PDWs @AOM

As every year, members of the SAP Interest Group will offer interesting PDWs at the AOM in Atlanta. Some of these PDWs include: “Advice for Managing International Careers”, organized by Rebecca Bednarek, Katharina Dittrich, and Carola Wolf “Publishing Strategy-as-Practice Research … 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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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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