About this Committee
“Strategy process research studies how strategies are envisioned, implemented, changed, and governed– be it via deliberate or emergent processes. During these times of increasing global challenges, unexpected shocks, as well as ongoing technological changes, studying and understanding strategy processes are more important than ever. A major role of strategy process research is to act as an integrative bridgehead within the broader strategic management domain to understand the dynamics of strategic elements over time.
The Strategy Process Interest Group welcomes academics and practitioners with any theoretical- and phenomena-based interests to move strategy process research forward. Our members advance our understanding of strategy process by questioning or unifying current paradigms, theories, and frameworks and by using diverse methodologies. Our Interest Group serves as a stage and community where our members share their research and insights and receive intellectual and professional support from our community.”