This year 2019-20, we are keen to strengthen our membership, 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 email@example.com. Follow us on Twitter @BAMstrategysig.
The SIG aims to cover a broad spectrum of issues concerned with the development and implementation of strategy in organisations in urban and rural areas. 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 Human Capital
• Knowledge and Innovation
• Small Business Strategy
• Operations Strategy
• Strategic Management and Process
• 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
- Build researcher capacity.
SIG Chair - Dr Inge Hill
Vice Chair - Dr James Johnston, University of the West of Scotland
Secretary - Dr Muhammad Amjad, Salford University
Treasurer - Dr Charles Thornton, Plymouth University
Co-Track Chairs - Dr Anna John, Open University; Dr Ioannis Christoudolou, Westminster University
Strategy as practice Track Chair - Dr. Muhammad Amjad, Salford University
Newsletter - Oladunni Omebere-Iyari, Manchester University
Website and social media - Dr. Inge Hill, Coventry University
Membership secretary - Lesley Martin, Glasgow Caledonian University
Teaching strategy - Dr. Alan Tait, Portsmouth University
PhD representatives - Ibrat Djabbarov, Cranfield University; Patricia Afful-Kwaw, Aston University