Welcome to the Strategic Management SIG!
Mission and scopes
The Strategic Management Special Interest Group (SIG) is devoted to promong state of the art strategic thinking by encouraging dialogue among several interrelated lines of inquiry crucial for increasing scholarly and managerial understanding regarding strategic choice, competitive advantage, adaptation, and long-term performance and survival.
The SIG was launched at the EURAM 2010 conference in Rome attracting close to a hundred submissions including the best conference paper of the year. Since then the SIG has gone from strength to strength.
We are committed to each year bring together scholars from all around the world to engage in the development and exchange of high-quality research ideas with the potential to fertilize and drive the future directions of scholarly and practitioner strategic thinking alike.
Submissions and tracks
Empirical, conceptual, and practitioner-oriented papers from a plurality of theoretical perspectives, units of analyses, contexts, and research designs are welcome, with particular encouragement for those integrating multiple theoretical lenses and/or methodological approaches. All submitted papers have been reviewed on a double-blind basis by two reviewers.
A key pillar of our success is the high-caliber academics that chair our sessions and help authors develop their ideas. These scholars will bring their ample experience from publishing and serving on the editorial boards of leading journals such as Strategic Management Journal, Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Management Science, Organization Science, and Journal of Management Studies to engage with you in state-of-the-art dialogues in strategic management.
Strategic Management general and standing tracks are:
GT 13_00 Strategic Management General Track
ST13_01 - Business Model - Strategy, Innovation, and Entrepreneurial Venturing (co-sponsored by Entrepreneurship SIG-03, Innovation SIG-06 and Strategic Management SIG-13
ST13_02 - Behavioral Strategy
ST13_03 - CENA - Coopetition, Ecosystems, Networks and Alliances
ST13_04 - Mergers & Acquisitions and Divestitures: A Glimpse into the Future
ST13_05 - Microfoundations of Strategy: Dynamic Capabilities and Knowledge Mechanisms
ST13_06 - Strategic Ambidexterity: The paradox of exploitation and exploration
ST13_07 - Strategic Processes and Practice: Theorizing Emerging Strategic Processes and Practices
ST13_08 - The inner life of business ecosystems
T13_09 - Digital Strategy and Industry 4.0
T13_10 - Strategic Responsiveness and Organizational Adaptation
T06_13 - Necessary Condition Analysis. Method and Applications (co-sponsored by Innovation SIG-06, Research Methods and Research Practice (RM&RP) SIG-12 and Strategic Management SIG-13)
SIG OFFICERS (2019-2021):
Anabel Fernández Mesa (University of Valencia, Spain) firstname.lastname@example.org SIG Co-Chair
Anne-Sophie Fernandez (University of Montpellier, France) email@example.com - SIG Co-Chair
Audrey Rouzies (Toulouse School of Management, France) firstname.lastname@example.org - Past Chair
Daniel Alonso Martínez (University of León, Spain) email@example.com - SIG Programme Co-Chair
Ana García Granero (University of Valencia, Spain) firstname.lastname@example.org - SIG Programme Co-Chair
David Santana Corchuelo (Toulouse School of Management, France) email@example.com - Communication and Social Events Co-Chair
Nuno Oliveira (Tilburg University, Netherlands) firstname.lastname@example.org - SIG Programme Co-Chair of kick off activities
Katharina Cepa (Lancaster University Management School, UK) email@example.com - SIG Programme Co-Chair of kick off activities
Tomi Laamanen (University of St. Gallen, Switzerland) firstname.lastname@example.org
Joan Enric Ricart (IESE Business School, Spain) email@example.com
Henk Volberda (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands) firstname.lastname@example.org