• STR Announcements: March Events

    STR Announcements: March Events

    The STR Division completed several virtual events in February including events on best practices for reviewing and symposia on the topics of strategic human capital and knowledge and innovation. The symposia are available on our YouTube and BiliBili channels. 

    An overview of our March events is below. This month we feature a symposium on corporate strategy research and a session on the distinctive contributions of Organizational Behavior and Strategic Management research to the topic of leadership. As always, future events are on the STR calendar and recordings of past events are available on our YouTube and BiliBili channels as well as in podcast form for those unable to attend the events. 

    I hope you will join the community enjoying these events and creating and disseminating ideas that matter for the field of strategic management!

    Thursday, March 16, 2023 (1:00 to 2:30 pm Eastern): 

    STR Virtual Symposium: Corporate Strategy Research

    This symposium will feature research from the sub-field of corporate strategy.

    Carolyn Fu (Harvard U), Philipp Meyer-Doyle (INSEAD), Paul Nary (U of Pennsylvania), and Susan Perkins (NYU) will present some of their recent research.

    Distinguished scholars Juan Alcacer (Harvard U) and Aseem Kaul (U of Minnesota) will summarize these presentations and discuss opportunities for future research.

    Our thanks to STR EC member Philipp Meyer-Doyle for organizing the session. Register in advance for this meeting:   

    Monday, March 27, 2023 (10:00 to 11:15 am Eastern): 

    STR Distinctiveness Dialogue – STR & OB

    The STR Distinctiveness Dialogue Series focuses us on the overlaps and distinctions between the Strategic Management division (STR) and complementary domains. The series is aimed at fostering dialogue in areas of mutual interest, such as a) foundational assumptions and connections, b) distinctive contributions of each domain, and c) research opportunities at the intersection of the domains. In this session, we will focus on the contributions of research involving strategic management and organizational behavior.

    The panelists for this session are:

    ·         Christopher Berry (Indiana University)

    ·         Giada Di Stefano (Bocconi University)

    ·         Lamar Pierce (Washington University in St. Louis)

    ·         Tanya Menon (Ohio State University)

    The session will be moderated by STR EC member, Tomasz Obloj (Indiana University).  For suggestions and questions about this symposium, please reach out to Tomasz Obloj:


    To stay informed of these and future events, please visit the STR calendar on the STR homepage, and/or any of our STR social media accounts. 

    Michael Leiblein

    Division Chair, AoM Strategic Management Division |

    Co-Founding Editor, Strategic Management Review |

    Academic Director, Integrated Business and Engineering Program |