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Dr Paul Spee

Paul Spee
Paul Spee

Lecturer

Economics and Strategy Group

Education

  • 2009 Phd Strategic Management (Aston University)

  • 2005 MSc Management (University of Glamorgan)

  • 2004 BA(Hons) International Business (University of Glamorgan)

Employment

  • 2010 to present: Lecturer in Strategy

  • 2009 - 2010. Postdoctoral Research Fellow. Economics & Strategy group. Aston Business School.

  • 2006 to 2009. Teaching Assistant. Economics & Strategy group. Aston Business School.

Research interests

I am interested in theoretical lenses and research taking a practice turn in the field of organisation studies. In particular, I m examining

  • strategic planning as a communication process.
  • the social construction of price and risk.
  • the role of aesthetics and communication technologies on strategizing.
  • the role of strategy tools within strategy-making.
  • the practice turn in strategic management.

 Membership of professional bodies

  • Academy of Management

  • British Academy of Management

  • European Group of Organization Studies

Publications

  • Spee, A.P. & Jarzabkowski, P. (forthcoming). ‘Strategic planning as communicative process’. Organization Studies Special Issue: New Directions in Organizational Communication Research.

  • Spee, A.P. & Jarzabkowski, P. 2009. ‘Strategy tools as boundary objects’. Strategic Organization. 7.2: 223-232.

  • Jarzabkowski, P. & Spee, A.P. 2009. ‘Strategy as practice: A review and future directions for the field’. International Journal of Management Reviews. 11.1: 69-95.

Working papers

  • Spee, A.P., Tanner, L. & Gunn, R. (in progress). ‘Strategy tool use across Bavaria, Finland and Wales’. Target Journal: Scandinavian Journal of Management.

  • Williams, W. & Spee, A.P. (in progress). ‘A comparative study of strategic tool usage in Wales and Bavaria’. Target Journal: Strategic Change.

 

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