Frontiers of Strategy Research

Conference on recent and future developments in the strategic management field

Torsdag, 3 februar, 2005 - 09:30 to 14:30

In this one-day conference, CBS puts the spotlight on recent and future developments in the strategic management field.

Strategic management is characterized by substantial proliferation of rather diverse approaches. Key international scholars in the strategy field, as well as CBS scholars, present and discuss their views on the past and future development of strategic management.

Among the topics that the speakers will address are:

  • What is the relevance of complexity theory to strategic management?

  • How will the resource-based view develop?

  • Why micro foundations in strategic management research?

  • Has strategic management research forgotten about technology?

We welcome you to an exciting day of discussion of some of the major issues in strategic management research.


09:30 Registration

10:00 Jay B. Barney, Professor of Management & Human Resources, Fisher College of Business:

Strategic Management: Retrospective and Prospective

11:00 Ralph Stacey, Professor of Management, University of Hertfordshire:

Understanding organizations as complex responsive processes

11:45 Break

12:30 Nicolai J. Foss, Professor, Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy, CBS:

Microfoundations for Strategy Research

13:00 Jens Frøslev Christensen, Professor, Department of Industrial Economics & Strategy, CBS:

New Challenges in Innovation Strategy

13:30 Peter Karnøe, Associate Professor, Department of Organization and Industrial Sociology, CBS:

Strategy as Path Creation

14:00 Concluding discussion

The conference is free of charge and please feel free to invite a colleague or a guest – though please note that online registration is required for participating.

Click here to register online

If you have any questions please contact Nicolai G. Pedersen by e-mail: or phone: +45 3815 3296

The conferences is organized by the Strategic Management Group, Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy, The Department of Organization and Industrial Sociology and The Department of Industrial Economics & Strategy.

Sidst opdateret: Communications // 30/01/2005