SIG: Strategy

About the SIG: 

This year 2018-19, we are keen to strengthen our committee, maintain a great programme of exciting future events and develop the capacity of PhD and early / mid-career researchers. 
If you are interested in getting involved, please contact Inge Hill

The SIG aims to cover a broad spectrum of issues concerned with the development and implementation of strategy in organisations. The list below represents some of the main themes in strategic management research today; we do not limit ourselves to the themes listed, but remain open to new ideas as they emerge.

•             Competitive Strategy

•             Cooperative Strategies

•             Corporate Strategy

•             Global Strategy

•             Strategy Process

•             Knowledge and Innovation

•             Entrepreneurship and Strategy

•             Operations Strategy

•             Strategic Human Capital

•             Stakeholder Strategy

•             Non-market and Emergent Strategy

•             Strategy as Practice

•             Strategic Leadership and Governance

•             Teaching Strategy

•             Strategic Foresight

•             Strategy, Neuroscience and Cognition

The SIG in Strategy was launched at the BAM2012 conference.

  • Provide a forum for discussion on the topic of strategy within the wider BAM community
  • Enable members to keep in touch with the contemporary debates on the topic of strategy
  • Publicise opportunities, events and knowledge about strategy
SIG Committee Members: 

Chair: Dr Inge Hill, Coventry University,

Vice Chair Dr James Johnston, Bristol University, 

Secretary: Dr Muhammad Amjad

Treasurer: Dr Charles Thornton:

We have two conference tracks:

Strategy (general):

Co-track chairs are Dr Anna John (Open University), Dr Ioannis Christoudolou (Westminster University), Dr Petya Koleva (Coventry University)

Strategy as Practice: Track chair Dr. Muhammad Amjad 

PhD representatives:

Ibrat Djabbarov, Cranfield University

Anis Gabbur, Aston University

Viktoria Lamprinaki, Coventry University



Dr. Inge Hill: