Tag Archives: SMJ

Comment: Practice-based in Name Only? Assimilation of Critics to Protect a Paradigm

Leonhard Dobusch (Freie Universität Berlin) When I recently stumbled across an article by Philip Bromiley and Devaki Rau on “Towards a Practice-based View of Strategy” (2014) in Strategic Management Journal (SMJ, Preprint-PDF), I found myself being reminded of ongoing paradigmatic struggles … 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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What SAP Does – Differently

Stephen Cummings (Victoria University Wellington) and Emmanuel Monod (Paris Dauphine University) Vaara and Whittington’s 2012 Academy of Management Annals review paper of SAP research articles signifies a ‘coming of age’ that affords a new opportunity. As SAP has taken form, … Continue reading

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