87 episodes

#STRongerTogether Meet the Scholar Podcast offers the opportunity for our community to get to know a prominent Strategic Management scholar through a candid conversation. Sessions will begin with an interview by moderators asking scholars a wide range of questions, including: where did they grow up, what made them pursue a career in academia, how have their research interests evolved, what were some challenges and triumphs along the way, what advice would they give to new scholars, what unanswered questions do they think we should pursue, who is their favorite author, and more! Each interview will be followed by discussion and Q&A between session participants and our guest scholar. Our goal is to build our community, share wisdom, be inspired, have some good laughs, and get to know our colleagues a little better.

STR Strategic Management Division Podcast [AOM‪]‬ strategicmanagement

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#STRongerTogether Meet the Scholar Podcast offers the opportunity for our community to get to know a prominent Strategic Management scholar through a candid conversation. Sessions will begin with an interview by moderators asking scholars a wide range of questions, including: where did they grow up, what made them pursue a career in academia, how have their research interests evolved, what were some challenges and triumphs along the way, what advice would they give to new scholars, what unanswered questions do they think we should pursue, who is their favorite author, and more! Each interview will be followed by discussion and Q&A between session participants and our guest scholar. Our goal is to build our community, share wisdom, be inspired, have some good laughs, and get to know our colleagues a little better.

    STR Virtual Symposium: New Modes of Strategizing

    STR Virtual Symposium: New Modes of Strategizing

    New forms of organizing, new societal pressures and new technologies are all creating new modes of strategizing.
     
    This STR Symposium gathers leading scholars to discuss research issues and opportunities associated with the new modes of strategizing, as follows:
     
    Callen Anthony (Stern, NYU): From Strategy Formation to Implementation: Implications for Innovation
     
    Fleur Deken (VU, Netherlands): Collaborative and Interorganizational Strategizing
     
    Julia Hautz (University of Innsbruck): Open Strategizing: taking stock and moving forward
     
    Siobhan O'Mahoney (Boston University): Rethinking how we Study Strategy in the Field
     
    Henk Volberda (University of Amsterdam): Strategizing for Economic and Social Value: Corporate Purpose Revisited
     
    Richard Whittington (University of Oxford): Chair
     
    (c) STR - Strategic Management Division - AOM

    • 1 hr 16 min
    STR Plenary Session at AOM Annual Conference 2023

    STR Plenary Session at AOM Annual Conference 2023

    (c) STR - Strategic Management Division - AOM

    • 1 hr 31 min
    STR Virtual Symposium: The Relevance of Formal Theoretical Work in Strategy

    STR Virtual Symposium: The Relevance of Formal Theoretical Work in Strategy

    This symposium will focus on the relevance of formal theoretical work and its importance for the field of strategic management. We will discuss how such work can speak to and have impact and relevance for practice. And whether and how that matters?
     
    You will hear from leading scholars Christina Fang (New York University), Mike Ryall (Florida Atlantic University), Phebo Wibbens (INSEAD) that all work with developing formal models and theory in strategic management.
    Martin Reeves (Managing Director and Senior Partner at the Boston Consulting Group) will also join the discussion and share his views on how practice utilizes formal theoretical work in strategic management.
     
    The session is organized and hosted by Koen Heimeriks (Warwick Business School) and Louise Mors (Copenhagen Business School).
     
    (c) STR - Strategic Management Division - AOM

    • 1 hr 17 min
    STR Virtual Teaching Workshop on Immersive Learning

    STR Virtual Teaching Workshop on Immersive Learning

    STR Virtual Teaching Workshop on Immersive Learning Organizers: Nathan Furr and Jennifer Kuan Strategy is often taught through case studies and lectures but there is an opportunity to engage students in new ways that increase their attention and retention of key concepts. In this session we will explore using different immersive learning techniques to teach strategy. Specifically we will explore applications such as virtual reality, mediated workshops, and activity-based learning as tools to engage students. We will hear from colleagues who can share the pros and cons of using these tools to teach strategy.
     
    Featured faculty: Michael Leatherbee: Mediated Workshops Liz Adair: Activity-Based Learning Ithai Stern: Virtual Reality Deepak Somaya, Division Chair-Elect (2023-24), STR Division, Diane N. and Steven N. Miller Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
     
    (c) STR - Strategic Management Division - AOM

    • 57 min
    STR Virtual Symposium: How to measure the impact of strategy research?

    STR Virtual Symposium: How to measure the impact of strategy research?

    STR Virtual Symposium on how to measure the impact of strategy research. This session will focus on how strategy scholars can conduct impactful research, diffuse their research insights, and measure their research impact on practitioners.
     
    You will hear from leading scholars Leandro Pongeluppe (Wharton Business School), Caroline Fry (Schidler College of Business), Andrew Pettigrew (Saïd Business School) and Costas Markides (London Business School).
     
    The session is organized and hosted by Florence Honoré (Wisconsin Business School) and Louise Mors (Copenhagen Business School).
    (c) STR - Strategic Management Division - AOM

    • 1 hr 6 min
    STR Symposium: Publishing with Non-US Data in Strategy and Management Journals

    STR Symposium: Publishing with Non-US Data in Strategy and Management Journals

    This virtual research symposium will facilitate discussions and provide valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities for scholars interested in publishing their research using non-US data in top-tier management journals. While some scholars encounter challenges in theorizing and justifying the use of non-US data, others emphasize that robust theories should apply to any context, be it the US or non-US. The primary focus of the discussion is to address these issues and explore ways in which scholars may overcome the "outsidership" and develop an optimal distinct approach for publishing with non-US data.
     
    You will hear from leading scholars Pursey Heugens (Erasmus University), Elena Kulchina (North Carolina State University), and Kevin Zhou (University of Hong Kong), all renowned for their substantial experience in publishing with non-US data.
     
    This session is organized and hosted by Cecilia Gu (Georgia State University) and Fabrice Lumineau (University of Hong Kong).
     
    (c) STR - Strategic Management Division - AOM

    • 1 hr 26 min

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