Webinar synopsis

Session 1 is a workshop which opens a series of  Strategy SIG’s events aiming to address one of the major challenges of the post-pandemic recovery: the delicate 3P (people, planet, and profits) balance. It will discuss challenges of a present paradigmatic shift from neo-capitalist approaches to sustainable capitalist approaches to this balance. An emphasis will be placed upon implementation mechanisms helping strategists and policy makers to achieve sustainability.


Provider Information

BAM Strategy SIG with its two tracks: General Strategy and Strategy-as-Practice


Who Should Attend?

Early career academics, mid-career academics, leading academics, practitioners in interested in strategic approaches to sustainability, and policy makers.

The event speaks to Sections A1, A3, C1, C2, C3, D1, D3 and E3 as detailed in the BAM Framework 

The event aims at contributing to specialist knowledge objectives of the BAM (C ‘Engagement Knowledge and Intellectual Growth, BAM Framework). It appeals to early, mid, and senior career academics by drawing attention to opportunities for developing new inter-university collaborations, for engaging in dialogues with public, policy makers and practitioners, and for shaping the future research into sustainable development goals.    



Prof Patrick Flood

Dr Johan Coetsee

Dr Anna John



Benefits of attending 
  • Networking
  • Developing new research agenda
  • Launching new collaborations
  • Enhancing employability through addressing high impact concerns of the society
  • Creating new spaces for learning and empirical work

Expected Outcomes:

  • Reflecting on the theoretical state of the field: addressing a paradigmatic shift and unknown in the sustainability phenomenon
  • Creating a space for networking among the Strategy SIG and the wider BAM community on the subject and considering the future projects and collaborations
  • Stimulating a dialogue between theory developers and practitioners
  • Suggesting ways forward: future events and special issue submissions
  • Sign posting for the other events, including the coffee mornings.



Please contact the BAM Office at [email protected] with any queries.  


Event Fee 

BAM Members: Free 

BAM Student Members: Free 

Non-Members: £25

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Booking Deadline

Registrations close on Monday 28th November 2022 at 23:59 UK time.


Payment and Cancellation Policy

Payment for the event must be received before the start date of the event concerned. Access will not be permitted to the event if full payment has not been received. 


  • Cancellations received within 14 days of booking your place on the event will receive a full refund. 

  • Cancellations received after the 14-day cancellation period and later than 14 days before the start date of the event will not be eligible for a refund.  

  • Although we endeavour to run all events as advertised, BAM reserves the right to cancel any event if, for example, there are not enough people to justify running the event or if other significant unforeseen circumstances arise. Please be aware that delegates are always responsible for insuring their own travel and accommodation against cancellation, and the British Academy of Management is not able to reimburse anyone for these under any circumstances.  

For the reimbursement of registration fee notification of cancellation must be received by email to: [email protected] two weeks prior to the event. 


  • If paying by invoice, a purchase order number must be submitted.  

  • If payment is not received by the date on the invoice, your registration will be cancelled, and you will need to register again at the current registration rates.