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This paper argues that for us to advance our thinking on the management of change, it may be useful to re-conceive of change as a process of knowledge generation. For organisational transformation to occur, an organisation's members need to evolve new tacit knowledge about the way they interact...
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Empirical studies of strategizing face contradictory pressures. Ethnographic approaches are attractive, and typically expected since we need to collect data on strategists and their practices within context. We argue, however, that today's large, multinational, and highly diversified...
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While the strategy-as-practice research agenda has gained considerable momentum over the past five years, many challenges still remain in developing it into a robust field of research. In this editorial, we define the study of strategy from a practice perspective and propose five main questions...
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