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Seminar series in Strategy

The seminar is open to everyone interested - join all or just one of the sessions!

Aalto University’s Doctoral Seminar in Strategy covers some of the fundamental themes of strategy research and introduces a selected set of contemporary strategy topics. The themes are covered by reviewing strategy articles that provide the key milestones of each theme. 

The seminar is open also for external participants. It's possible to just participate in a single seminar day or in the morning or afternoon session in topic areas of your interest. You should prepare by reading the papers we are going through in that session (5-6 articles). If you plan to join, please, send an email to Robin Gustafsson, Assistant Professor of Strategic Management.

Venue: TUAS building, Otaniementie 17, meeting room in brackets below

 

Wednesday 5.4.
9-12: The Resource-Based View (venue TU3)

13-16: Knowledge, Learning, and (Dynamic) Capabilities

 

Wednesday 19.4. 

9-12: Strategy Processes and Practice (4126)

13-16: Behavior, Cognition, and Emotions in Strategy (4126)

           guest convener:  Assistant Professor Timo Vuori

 

Tuesday 2.5.

9-12: Interconnected Firms and Business Ecosystems (1023-1024)

13-16: Competitive Dynamics (1023-1024)

 

Tuesday 23.5.

9-12: Platform Economics & Platform Strategy (1023-1024)

13-16: Digital Strategy and Information Systems View on Platforms (1023-1024)

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