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Online Symposium: Strategy and Change Interface

Online Symposium: Strategy and Change Interface

Continuing the Conversation: Multidisciplinary Insights into the Strategy and Change Interface

Meeting ID: 926 2977 4084

Password: 318000 


Chairpersons

Sponsor & Co-Chair: Professor Ofer Zwikael, Australian National University

Co-Chair: Dr Kate Hughes, Stamford International University


OBJECTIVES

Building on learnings from four Academy of Management Conference caucuses run consecutively from 2016 on the subject of the strategy and change interface, this online symposium gives scholars and managers interested in the subject the opportunity to further share their research insights and ideas on the subject.

This online symposium’s objective is to encourage multidiscipline debate, research and theory development on the strategy and change interface, specifically, gain an understanding of the micro and macro processes and cognitions employed by strategy specialists and change agents to implement strategies and make change happen. This is within the context that strategy implementation is normally associated with the application of rational decision-making processes and strategies “put into action through the development of programs, budgets and procedures” (Wheelen & Hunger, 2008: 16) while organizational change with the application of behavioral science and “planned development and reinforcement of organisational strategies, structures and processes for improving an organisation’s effectiveness” (Waddell, Cummings & Worley, 2011: 4). By expanding or even ‘exploding’ the traditional boundaries between the strategy and organisational disciplines, new truths for successfully executing a strategy could be revealed.

Each of the ten speakers will explain how their research uniquely advances what we know already about the ways in which people are enabled to bring about lasting organisational change and, as a result, create new organisational realities. 


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