Strategizing as a flow of statements: Supply chain strategizing
Other conference contribution, 2011

Strategy as wayfinding is an aesthetic and intellectual invitation to treat strategy as an outcome of practice rather than as an organizational phenomenon. This paper seeks to advance the analysis of the emergence and becoming of inter-organizational strategizing. The study builds on science and technology studies and structuration theory advocating that strategy in use is related to the social rather than an organization. The paper challenges the concept of wayfinding by introducing the notion of flowfinding.


Benedikte Borgström

Chalmers, Technology Management and Economics, Industrial Marketing

27th EGOS Colloquium

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