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Ten Hot Topics in Strategy-as-Practice Research

Shenghui Ma (University of Zurich) and David Seidl (past SAP Chair, University of Zurich) Over the last decade, strategy-as-practice (SAP) research has generated a substantial body of knowledge about the different aspects, forms and implications of strategizing activity and practices. … Continue reading

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Sociomateriality: Does it Matter?

Curtis LeBaron (Bringham Young University) Practice theory and research, which highlights what people do and how, has consistently emphasized the social aspects and material features of organizational activity. For this reason, our scholarly community (SAP) is well positioned to participate … Continue reading

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Some Hot Topics in SAP Research

David Seidl (past SAP Chair, University of Zurich) and Violetta Splitter (University of Zurich) Over the last decade, strategy-as-practice (SAP) research has generated a substantial body of knowledge about the different aspects, forms and implications of strategizing activity (for an … Continue reading

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