Reminder: Submit Abstracts for Strategy Science Special Issue on Culture by 10/1/19

Dear Colleagues,

With the kickoff of the new academic year, we wanted to remind you of the call for papers for the upcoming special issue of Strategy Science: Reinvigorating Research on Organizational Culture and its Link to Strategy.

An organization’s culture has long been recognized as a key contributor to its strategic success, as well as to how its members—the people and groups within it—behave. Given the importance of the links between organizational culture, strategy, and firm performance, Strategy Science is hosting a special issue on different facets of this topic. The special issue aims to tackle two core questions: First, how do different conceptions of culture relate to one another in organizational contexts, and second, how can integrating these different conceptions help to advance our understanding of a firm’s strategy and performance?

If you would like your paper to be considered, please submit your manuscript at this link by October 1, 2019.

The attached call for papers includes additional information on the issue and submission instructions. Please reach out to one of the editors listed below if you have any questions, and we look forward to reviewing your submissions.

Thank you,

Jennifer Chatman, UC Berkeley
Robert Gibbons, MIT
Amir Goldberg, Stanford University
Olivia (Mandy) O’Neill, George Mason University
Lauren Rivera, Northwestern University
Jordan Siegel, University of Michigan
Sameer Srivastava, UC Berkeley
Roberto Weber, University of Zurich
Todd Zenger, University of Utah


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