Saeed Khanagha is Associate professor of Strategy at VU Amsterdam and his research is broadly focused on understanding the factors that determine success of organization in adoption of emerging digital technologies at the individual, team, organization, and ecosystem levels, using a variety of qualitative and quantitative data methods including single case study, multiple cases studies, survey, and experimental design. His ongoing research mostly explores the different dimensions of strategizing for digital technologies, particularly digital platforms and ecosystems. He has twice received prestigious Marie Curie Horizon 2020 grants, each 1.3 M Euro, and currently leads these projects. Dr. Khanagha has close collaborations with academic and industrial organizations, including having guest researcher positions at Rotterdam School of Management, Leeds University Business School, Ericsson, and Atos. His research has been published in outlets such as Journal of Management Studies, Long Range Planning, and R&D Management. He is currently serves as organizer and guest editor of a Long Range Planning special issue entitled Strategizing in a digital era. He has co-organized several events, including two extensions to SMS Annual Conferences in Stockholm(2015) and Amsterdam(2018) and three panel sessions, that bring practitioners and scholars together in interactive settings.