I would like to take this opportunity to extend my special thanks to all the people who are engaged within the STR division in advancing all these exciting and important initiatives. I would especially like to thank Michael Holmes, our secretary, Paul Drnevich, our treasurer, and Paolo Aversa, our communications director, for their excellent service to the division — and again, welcome to the team Bilgehan Uzunca!
Each member has made special contributions to our strategic management community during the past year and towards the annual conference. I also wish to acknowledge the less formal and yet invaluable contributions of many others. During my past four years of service as an officer of your Division, and before that as a member of its Research and Executive committee, I have been very fortunate to witness and work with deeply committed and often unnamed members, session and event organizers, and sundry volunteers who have generously contributed, year after year.
Thank you all!
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It is a great pleasure to work with you all — your commitment, energy and willingness to contribute time to the division is truly an inspiration, and as mentioned above I look forward to hearing your ideas for other activities yet! Last but not least, I would like to thank our Past Division Chair Mary Benner as her five years of service as an officer of the division near their end. Mary, you have provided wisdom, a structured and effective approach to the task — Mary gets things done! To all of you who are reading this message: Please do stop and thank Mary for her superb effort when you see her in Boston.
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We have nearly finalized the STR conference program, and I am confident that you will find it exciting and interesting. Please note that STR sessions, meetings, and socials will all be in the Boston Park Plaza Hotel so consider booking your accommodations there for easy access to all of our events.
Below is a table of key STR events not to be missed! We have many excellent symposia and paper sessions for our conference in what is shaping up to be a great program. Obviously, this means that many fine papers were left off the program. So that we can accommodate as many papers as possible, we do not use discussants in the sessions.
This structure allows each of the sessions to have four papers presented. Nearly half of these jointly sponsored symposia will be scheduled by our division and will be in the Boston Park Plaza. It requires a team effort to process the conference submissions and reviews in a condensed time frame.
A fundamental part of this process are the 1, reviewers from 60 different countries that registered to assist with this important work. We are deeply grateful to all of the new and continuing reviewers who gave their time and offered developmental and high-quality reviews, undertaking significant effort to serve our division in this important way. As a result of this collective effort, the vast majority of submissions received three reviews. There are many other people to thank for their help on the program this year.
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Jenna Rodrigues, my doctoral student from University of Connecticut, served as Program Chair Assistant this year and did a fantastic job helping in a sundry of important tasks. The STR program is organized within tracks, to create opportunities for attendees to interact across related sessions, foster the development of research communities, and minimize time conflicts across sessions.
For these reasons, we try to schedule track sessions within a particular room on Monday and Tuesday. The tracks and chairs for are noted above. Once the program schedule is finalized, we will also publish the conference tracks on the STR listserv and the STR webpage www. These quick guides will help you search for sessions on a common theme within the larger conference program. The idea behind the plenary session format is to give division members the possibility with very few other divisional sessions scheduled in parallel to gather and discuss an important theme.
Recognition will also be given to outstanding reviewers providing especially detailed, constructive, and timely feedback to authors for the program.
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The social follows immediately afterward pm. Finally, please note that AOM is inviting authors of accepted papers to post their slides to the online program. Authors will also have their full-length papers automatically posted they can opt out of this choice if they wish. Materials posted will only be available to conference registrants during a given timeframe likely May-September.
What an experience this has been for me to organize the program for STR! It has been humbling and gratifying to work with so many committed individuals. Having seen so many written words of authors and referees, I look forward to seeing presented in Boston the outstanding research of our members.
I am counting on many constructive comments of engaged scholars. I eagerly anticipate meeting the faces that match the names. I welcome the opportunity to thank all the contributors. See you in August! See the STR Pre-Conference Schedule at the end of this article for an overview of the sessions, times and places for the meeting.
Members who are interested in sharpening and extending their methods knowledge have a broad portfolio of options this year. Members who are interested in enhancing their teaching skills will find a range of PDWs on offer again this year. Our Junior Faculty Teaching Consortium will also be offered again this year. For members interested in attending our Consortia i. On behalf of the officers, I want to convey gratitude to all contributing to these growth opportunities, including all the PDW and consortia organizers and all of the committed panelists.
Asli M. She is also interested in exploring the role of governments and markets in the emergence and valuation of new types of capital in an economy. Guoli received his Ph. His research examines the relationship between institutions and strategic management, examining in particular how the institutional environment influences both the creation and the appropriation of value deriving from new business opportunities.
More broadly, he is interested in combining formal modeling and empirical approaches to understand how firms can make better strategic decisions. Felipe sits in the editorial board of Academy of Management Review and Strategy Science and serves as associate editor for Organization Science. His main research interests focus on the role of diversification, product strategies, IPRs, and performance.
His second stream of research is related to strategies for social business hybrids; he is studying new strategic business models that could help firms with a strong social connotation to thrive and survive. Her teaching and research focuses on strategic alliances, competitive and cooperative dynamics, founder role identity development, and employee entrepreneurship.
John received his Ph. John is a member of the Academy of Management and is a representative-at-large of the behavioral strategy interest groups of the Strategic Management Society. She examines when and how firms participate in corporate social responsibility CSR activities, and the social impact of these activities. Jiao received a Ph.
His research focuses on institutional factors influencing firm strategy during technological change, including pressures from Wall Street analysts and investors, and the challenges of coordinating shared platform technologies in ecosystems. Prior to academia, Ram worked a management consultant with Deloitte in Southern California, and as a software engineer with Siemens Public Communication Networks.
Much of his work focuses on strategic decisions by managers of multiunit-multimarket firms, such as diversified firms, business groups, and multinationals, and social enterprises. His research has been published or forthcoming in leading academic journals, including the Academy of Management Annals , Academy of Management Journal , Academy of Management Review , Administrative Science Quarterly , Journal of International Business Studies , Journal of Management , and has received numerous scholarly distinctions. Prior to joining academia, he worked as a consultant in the healthcare industry and also co-founded an advertisement agency, wherein he served as a managing-partner.
She is researching the role of time and language in strategy-making by applying theories of organizational imprinting, complexity, and cognitive framing. To this end, she uses hand-collected interview data, fieldwork, and longitudinal datasets to build theory.
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