As the AOM meetings are online this year, the inaugural volume of the Strategic Management Review is being made freely available this week.
The inaugural issue provides several forward-looking statements regarding the future of the field. This issue includes articles by Rich Bettis & Dani Blettner, Joe Mahoney, Dan Schendel, & Paul Drnevich, David Teece, Birger Wernerfelt, Tammy Madsen & Gordon Walker, Emily Feldman, as well as Jeff Reuer and myself.
Our second issue focuses on open innovation with provocative articles suggesting links between strategic management, open innovation, and open science by Janet Bercovitz & Henry Chesbrough, Teppo Felin & Todd Zenger, Keld Laursen & Ammon Salter, Sonali Shah & Frank Nagle, David Teece, as well as Gurneeta Vasudeva, Aija Leiponen, & Stephen Jones.
All you need to do to access these articles is create a Now Publishers account at https://www.nowpublishers.com/Account/Register. You will then be able to login using your account credentials at: https://www.nowpublishers.com/Account/Login. Once you have logged you will be able to seamlessly access all free content on the site.
Additional information on the SMR's conferences, forthcoming papers, and activities can be found at http://leeds-faculty.colorado.edu/jere1232/smr.html.
Michael J. Leiblein
Co-Founding Editor, Strategic Management Review | Co-Chair, Strategy Research Foundation | Officer, AoM Strategic Management Division | Academic Director, Integrated Business and Engineering Program | Co-Director, OSU Food Innovation Center
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