AOM panel on 'Strategizing Together for a Better World: Institutional, Paradox & Practice Theories in Conversation'
Join us in an exciting AOM panel on 'Strategizing Together for a Better World: Institutional, Paradox & Practice Theories in Conversation'.
Management scholars have increasingly addressed societal challenges. To continue and increase our research on these topics, provide new insights, and foster collaboration, this panel symposium hosts leading scholars of different theoretical backgrounds to explore strategies in response to societal challenges.
We bring institutional, paradox, and practice theories into conversation with each other because we believe that these different theories may together contribute to the creation of a better world. Together, we will reflect on the complementarities of selected lenses to gain insights on two questions:
- How have these lenses enabled researchers to provide different valuable insights on strategies in response to societal challenges?
- How can these lenses be combined in future research to develop new theories on promising strategies in response to societal challenges that are insightful and relevant?
We will discuss how future research could make theoretically insightful and practically relevant contributions.
Date: Monday, August 8, 2022
Time: 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM CEST (on-site only)
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AOM program session link: https://2022.aom.org/meetings/virtual/MawahJCyxGYromMX5
Ann Langley (HEC Montreal)
Panel speakers (Alphabetical):
Shaz Ansari (University of Cambridge)
Natalie Slawinski (University of Victoria)
Eero Vaara (University of Oxford)
Rikke Rønholt Albertsen (Copenhagen Business School)
Katrin Heucher (University of Michigan)
Marc Krautzberger (University of Edinburgh)
Pauline Reinecke (Hamburg University of Technology)