We issue an open call for manuscripts authored by junior strategy scholars from around the world for the 22nd annual Utah/BYU Winter Strategy Conference to be held Jan 27 - 29, 2022.
Eight junior faculty members will be invited to present at the conference. Once there, you will have 25 minutes to present your research to an audience of peers and experienced strategy scholars. In addition, a more senior scholar with deep knowledge of your research area will be invited to provide a 15-minute discussion of your work. Prior participants have found this format and feedback extremely helpful in developing their work.
This call solicits papers from junior strategy scholars on any topic within the field of strategic management, broadly defined. We are also open to a wide range of theoretical perspectives and methodological approaches, as long as papers push the field of strategic management in important new ways, and as long as papers are not yet accepted for publication.
Experienced junior faculty who have not yet presented at our conference are particularly encouraged to submit papers. Our target is scholars who have at least one year of experience as an assistant professor, but are still pre-tenure.
This year's conference will be held at the five star Hyatt Centric, located 25 minutes from Salt Lake City airport at the Canyons Village at Park City Ski Resort, in Park City, Utah.
In addition to the featured junior faculty paper sessions, there are also plenary and panel sessions. There is also a great deal of free time in the schedule for skiing or other activities. In the past, some of the most impactful conversations have taken place on the ski lifts or during other winter activities.
Submissions will be accepted at the following link until Oct. 31st, 2021 at midnight (Mountain Time):
CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT A MANUSCRIPT FOR THE 2022 CONFERENCE
At the conclusion of the conference, one paper will be chosen to receive the 2022 University of Utah/BYU Best Research Paper Award.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact this year's conference co-chairs: Matt Higgins (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jeff Dyer (JDyer@byu.edu).
Matthew J. HigginsChair and H. Brent Beesley Professor of Entrepreneurship & StrategyDepartment of Entrepreneurship and StrategyDavid Eccles School of Business, University of Utah
Jeff DyerHorace Beesley Professor of StrategyMarriott School of Business, Brigham Young University
Rajshree AgarwalPierre AzoulayJay BarneyJeff DyerBill HesterlyMatthew HigginsJackson NickersonViolina RindovaTodd Zenger