Discussions: Sept 20 – June 21

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Advancing Theory with Review ArticlesCaroline Gatrell (Liverpool)
John E Prescott (Pittsburgh)
Co-creating Rigorous and Relevant KnowledgeGarima Sharma (Georgia State)
Conducting Rigorous Case Study ResearchKeith Goffin (Cranfield)
Par Ahlstrom (SSE)
Constructing Research QuestionsMats Alvesson (Lund)
Developing Your Academic WritingPatricia Goodson (Texas A&M)
Doing Meaningful ResearchMats Alvesson (Lund)
Doing Research on Grand ChallengesKatharina Dittrich (Warwick)
Ali Gumusay (Hamburg)
Christopher Wickert (VU Amsterdam)
Doing Research Which Moves the World (not recorded)Anne Tsui (Arizona State)
Jennifer Howard-Grevnille (Cambridge)
Peter McKiernan (Strathclyde)
Engaged ScholarAndrew Hoffman (Michigan)
Generating Theory by AbductionAndrew Van de Ven (Minnesota)
Alf Steinar Saetre (NTNU)
How to Review Papers EffectivelyGloria Barczak (Northeastern)
Abbie Griffin (Utah)
How to Write TheoryJoep Cornelissen (Erasmus)
Making Theory Contributions in Management ResearchRichard Makadok (Purdue)
Management as a CallingAndrew Hoffman (Michigan)
Meanings of TheoryMats Alvesson (Lund)
Practicing Management ScholarshipRobert Chia (Glasgow)
Qualitative Research and Theory DevelopmentMats Alvesson (Lund)
Reflexive MethodologyMats Alvesson (Lund)
Scholarly Impact (not recorded)Herman Aguinis (George Washington)
Stupidity ParadoxMats Alvesson (Lund)
The Triumph of EmptinessMats Alvesson (Lund)
Theorizing from Qualitative Data – part 1: Case StudiesDavide Ravasi (UCL)
Theorizing from Qualitative Data – part 2: The Gioia MethodologyDavide Ravasi (UCL)
Theorizing from Qualitative Data – part 3: Claiming a Theoretical ContributionDavide Ravasi (UCL)
Why Theory in ManagementRoy Suddaby (Victoria)