The Strategy Practice Interest Group unites both scholars interested in practice research and practitioners. The group views strategy as something that people do and not that organizations have. It focuses on the doing of strategy. It is interested in all the activities, methods and tools that are employed in the doing of strategy and how the ‘strategy work’ is linked to organizational outcomes and to the broader institutional and societal environment strategy practitioners operate in.
New Engagement Officer
We are happy to announce that Tania Weinfurtner will take the role of Engagement Officer at our IG. In this new role, Tania will help the leadership team with enhancing the active engagement of our members. We are glad that Tania accepted to take this role and look forward to working with her!
We would like to draw your attention to the recent Strategic Management Journal Special Issue “Strategy Processes and Practices: Dialogues and Intersections.” Edited by Robert Burgelman, Steve Floyd, Tomi Laamanen, Saku Mantere, Eero Vaara, and Richard Whittington, this issue includes a set of exciting papers on strategy processes and practices.
These are only examples as the Strategy Practice Interest Group does not exclude any research questions and has no methodological preferences. Some of the questions of interest to the Strategy Practice group include: