Open Strategy Paper Development Workshop -Call for Papers and Call for Proposals-

- October 11, 2019 in Bern, Switzerland -


 

Time and Location

Friday, October 11, 2019

Felix Frey Auditorium, UniBern/sitem-insel, Freiburgstr. 3, 3010 Bern

Program

Programm OS Workshop (PDF, 63KB)

Format

a) Papers: Full paper presentation followed by discussion

b) Proposals: Round tables for early stage research

Target group

Researchers with projects in the field of Open Strategy. Projects in early and advanced stages are welcome.

Costs

Workshop is free of charge, accommodation and travel expenses are not covered.

PhD stipends

A very limited number of stipends for presenting PhD students in need will be granted on request. More information here 

Contact

For more information or to dicuss ideas, contact

 

Content

In recent years, there has been a considerable increase in the number of publications in Open Strategy. Even though it is common ground to analyse open strategy-making based on the two dimensions inclusiveness and transparency, it also is a research field with a broad range of different foci. Given this variety of publications and the currently increasing importance of openness in strategy-making, this workshop aims to create a platform for the exchange on current empirical and theoretical developments in the research community. The workshop offers the opportunity to discuss paper in different stages. Using a round table format, topics such as transferability of results across different research contexts or the need of theory building and development of common frameworks will be discussed among workshop participants.

 

Submission information and process

Call for Proposals

The call for proposals aims at early stage research. The discussion will take place in a round table format. For submission, a proposal should contain approx. 1,500 words (excl. bibliography and appendix).

Call for Papers

The call for papers applies to advanced research projects. The presentation will be followed by a discussion (discussant). The submission can be made as short paper (approx. 1,500 words) or as full paper (up to 5,000 words, excluding bibliography and appendix).

Submissions

By email to Florian Dams florian.dams@kpm.unibe.ch

Submissions are welcome but not a requirement to take part at the workshop. We may contact some or all attendants to prepare a discussion of a paper!

Important dates

July 31, 2019:       Submission deadline

August 15, 2019:  Acceptance notifications and announcement of final workshop program

ECTS

2 ECTS can be earned by successful application, presentation, and discussion

             

Program

09:00-09:15 Welcome Rudolf Blankart
09:15-10:45 Session I

Sebastian Ottl
Kathatina Zangerle
Andreas Streiter

10:45-11:00 Coffee break  
11:00-12:00 Session II

Henrike Schmidt
Eva Oppel
Rudolf Blankart
Katja Maria Hydle
Audun Iversen

12:00-13:00 Lunch  
13:00-13:45

Keynote

Registration required:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdPYbXuLG2q5-z_pKJ5HrKhrBaOZLUtJoAd7fmp7-X3G8ATsQ/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1

Richard Whittington

13:45-14:00 Coffee break  
14:00-15:20 Session III

Gergana Romanova
Renate Kratochwil
Ragnhild Kvalshaugen
Jonas Metzger
Marc Schmüser
Gordon Müller-Seitz
Sabrina Ilgenstein
Claus Jacobs

15:20-15:40 Wrap-up Blankart