The Behavioral Strategy Interest Group sponsors research that applies related behavioral and social science disciplines to strategic management theory and practices. We promote disciplinary and interdisciplinary research grounded in realistic assumptions about human motivation, cognition, emotion, decision making, social interactions, networks, culture, and organizational systems. We welcome research using diverse quantitative and qualitative methodologies.
Check out the revised domain statement of the Behavioral Strategy IG!
During the Business Meeting in Minneapolis, Behavioral Strategy IG Chair Willie Ocasio announced the results of a membership survey aimed at revising the domain statement of the Behavioral Strategy IG. See Willie discussing this important change by clicking on the picture.
The Behavioral Strategy IG is excited to share the new domain statement of the IG. Chair Willie Ocasio announced the new statement in the Business Meeting at the 2019 SMS Annual Conference in Minneapolis.
Congratulations to the Winners of the 2020 Behavioral Strategy Best Paper Awards!
During the 2020 Behavioral Strategy IG Business Meeting, we announced the winners of the 2020 Behavioral Strategy Awards. This year, 4 proposals were awarded in recognition of their effort at conducting interesting, robust, and relevant work in our field. Please join us in congratulating the winners:
Behavioral Strategy IG Best Paper Award Winner
"Shared Fate: The Impact of Peer and Industry Characteristics on Peer Failure Experience and Investment Intensity"
Anna Pak, Temple University
Behavioral Strategy IG Best Paper Award Honorable Mention
"The Grasshopper and the Ant: Why Some Organizations Adapt to Extreme Climate and Others Don’t"
Lucrezia Nava, ESADE Ramon Llull University
Jorge Chiapetti, State University of Santa Cruz
Rui Barbosa da Rocha, State University of Santa Cruz
Maja Tampe, ESADE Ramon Llull University
Behavioral Strategy IG Best PhD Paper Award Winner
"Proposal Evaluation amid Interdependencies: Knowledge and Motivational Biases and Their Remedies"
Cha Li, University of Michigan
Behavioral Strategy IG Most Novel Paper Award Winner
What Directs Search? Experimental Evidence on Some Triggers of Exploration
Sheen S Levine, University of Texas at Dallas
Charlotte Reypens, University of Texas at Dallas
Christoph Riedl, Northeastern University
We welcome new members! Behavioral Strategy is one of the quickest growing IG’s. Joining the Behavioral Strategy is a great opportunity to meet scholars from more than 50 countries around the world who share your research and education interests. We offer a great opportunity to network at our social events and share your ideas in a collaborative and supportive environment during the SMS conference.
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