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The Strategy Practice Interest Group unites both scholars interested in practice research and practitioners. The group views strategy as something that people do and not that organizations have. It focuses on the doing of strategy. It is interested in all the activities, methods and tools that are employed in the doing of strategy and how the ‘strategy work’ is linked to organizational outcomes and to the broader institutional and societal environment strategy practitioners operate in.


Some of the research questions of interest to the Strategy Practice group include:




What is a wiki?

A wiki is a collaborative website which can be directly edited by anyone with access to it. In other words, you are able to share information here. Wiki is often described as "the simplest online database that could possibly work". The Strategy Practice wiki is a website where everybody at the Strategic Management Society's Strategy Practice Interest Group can collaboratively edit and share information that they find important for the future of the practice of strategy.  Simply, this is an electronic bulletin board for our community (ABCs: academics/researchers, business managers/practitioners and consultants).  The comments, questions, answers and information that you share in this wiki are used to create a shared vision of our members and keep the discussion going in the months between the SMS annual conferences.