Andrew Pettigrew’s message to young scholars (Strategy-as-process and practice: Part 2 of 3)

This time Andrew Pettigrew, a world-renowned management professor from Saïd Business School University of Oxford, came to JIBS for a seminar in the second part of Strategy as Process and Practice course. In his energetic, provocative, and occasionally humorous style, Andrew shared his point of view on process scholarship as well as scholarship in general. Here is my interpretation of his advises for young scholars (especially PhD students).

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Strategy-as-process and practice (part 1 of 3): A reflection

Strategy as practice calls for a change of perspective in understanding strategy. Through this way of seeing, strategy is no longer something that an organization has, but it is something an organization do. Strategy is no longer exclusive to the top management, but it is widespread to virtually anyone within the organization. Everyone is a potential strategist.

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