Dear SAP Community,
We are excited to announce the re-launch of the newly redesigned website of the Strategy-as-Practice International-Network. We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to all of you for your valuable feedback and support in the development of this new website:
We are proud to announced that the completely redone website https://sap-in.org/ is online now.
Given that there are already several other SAP websites around – in particular, the SAP website at AoM (https://sap.aom.org/home) – we decided, after consulting with the wider SAP community, that the SAP-IN website should serve a new purpose. Rather than comprehensively covering all aspects relevant to the SAP community, the website is meant to serve as a kind of hub that connects the various different SAP initiatives providing a kind of entry point for SAP novices. This means that apart from offering a very short characterization of SAP as research community, some initial reading suggestions (five texts in each area) and news about upcoming events, the website mainly provides directions to the various SAP resources that can be found online elsewhere.
We would appreciate if you could share the new website with your colleagues and early-career scholars as well as through your social networks. We look forward to your continued participation and engagement in the community. Furthermore and as you will see, we have posted a range of testimonials from different members of our SAP community (ranging from early career scholars to the grandfathers and mothers of SAP). We invite you to send us an additional testimonial from yourself that we can post on the website – this is meant to be a "living" feature of the website reflecting the diversity and liveliness of our community.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or suggestions regarding the website – after all, this website belongs to all of us.
Theresa, David, Georg, and Lorenzo
European University Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder)