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Upcoming Events


  • STR Events in June

    The academic year is rapidly coming to an end and so are the STR online events. But there is still time for you to join some of these exciting events. 

    Two of the May events included the PhD Networkshops organized by Philipp Meyer-Doyle (INSEAD) and Florence Honore (U Wisconsin-Madison) where senior panelists gave feedback to late-stage STR PhD students and post-docs as they are preparing for the job market. A huge thank you to the panelists for your time and advice in supporting these young scholars for their future careers in the field of Strategic Management: Michael Bikard, Linus Dahlander, Giada Di Stefano, Kenneth Huang, Tobias Kretschmer, Bala Vissa, Heli Wang, Pavel Zhelyakov, Donald Bergh, Felipe Csaszar, J.P. Eggers, Aline Gatignon, Jiao Luo, and Atul Nerkar. 

    If you missed the other May events organized by STR you will find them as per usual on the STR Youtube channel.

    June starts with another STR Impact and Relevance event on June 4th at 11AM ET on the topic of “publishing phenomenon-based research in strategic management”. The event is hosted and organized by Koen Heimericks (U Warwick) and Fabrice Lumineau (U Hong Kong) and will feature Aseem Kaul, Greg Fisher, Jonathan Doh, and Sue Cohen.

    We host a second STR Impact and Relevance event on June 27th at 11AM ET on the topic of how STR scholars can collect primary impactful data. The event is hosted and organized by Florence Honore (U Wisconsin-Madison) and will feature Michael Leiblein,
    Elena Novelli, Tim Ott, Henry Sauermann, and Margarethe Wieserma.

    On June 28th, the Membership Engagement Committee of STR is organizing an online student-only conference open to any STR division PhD student who submits a full paper by the registration deadline. There is no review process aside from a quick check that the paper is an STR research paper suitable for discussants. By submitting a paper, you agree to attend the conference and serve as a discussant for two other student papers. You will be matched into a research topic track to ensure the highest quality feedback. The deadline for signing up is June 7th.

    You will find more information about these events including how to sign up on the STR homepage:

  • STR Events in May

    Dear STR Members, 

    You might have seen the call from AOM to nominate the future leaders of our field. STR Past Division Chair, Michael Leiblein, has also sent a reminder. I hope that you will take the time to vote for the future leaders of STR. You will find the link to the Division elections here: and you have until May 16 to vote. 

    In May, we again have a number of online events lined up for the STR community: 

    On May 1st at 9AM EST, Florence Honoré (U Wisconsin-Madison) is hosting another STR: Impact and Relevance event on “Empowering Real World Change through STR Teaching”. The panelists are Keyvan Vakili (London Business School), Min Jung Kim (Gies College of Business), Ilaria Orlandi (Copenhagen Business School), and Russ Coff (U Wisconsin-Madison).You will find more information about this event, including how to sign up here:

    On May 3rd at 12:30PM EST, Koen Heimericks (U Warwick) is also hosting an STR: Impact and Relevance event on “Purposeful Growth”.  The confirmed speakers at this event are: Ranjay Gulati (HBS), Claudine Gartenberg (Wharton), Alan Morrison (Oxford), and Flore Bridoux (RSM). Here is the link to sign up: 

    On the 9th of May at 9AM EST, Cameron Miller (Syracuse U) from the STR Membership Engagement Committee will host Russ Coff (U Wisconsin-Madison) for a session on “How to Master Conference Presentations.” This is a great opportunity to learn more about how to present at conferences, where you have less time than for a regular paper presentation and need to convey a lot in little time. 

    On May 23rd and May 28th Philipp Meyer-Doyle (INSEAD) and Florence Honoré (U Wisconsin-Madison) are hosting the annual “STRonger Together Networkshops”. These workshops are a series of online workshops for late-stage PhD students, post-doc or equivalent, i.e., those who expect to be on the job market next academic year (2024-25). The workshops will last two hours and each student is matched with two senior discussants. The organizers have a great set of discussants lined up: Michael Bikard, Linus Dahlander, Giada Di Stefano, Kenneth Huang, Tobias Kretschmer, Bala Vissa, Heli Wang, Pavel Zhelyakov, Donald Bergh, Felipe Csaszar, J.P. Eggers, Aline Gatignon, Jiao Luo, and Atul Nerkar . Thank you to the organizers and the panelists for being part of creating this wonderful opportunity for junior STR scholars.

    As per usual, if you missed the April events you can find them on our home page as podcasts ( or on the STR Youtube channel. Hope to see you at one of the May events.

    Louise Mors, STR Division Chair