Managing Technological, Sociopolitical, and Institutional Change in the New Normal
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AbstractA New Normal environment for business has emerged in the years after the 2008 financial crisis based on numerous changes in the world's economic, technological, demographic, and sociopolitical factors. This combination of changes has created a New Normal environment for firms with major implications for managers, strategists, and entrepreneurs alike. It has resulted in an environment with new challenges and opportunities that are considerably different from what firms had to contend with in the years previous. In this paper, we present the main changes that characterize the current New Normal business environment and highlight some key implications for strategy and management. Then, we present the nine articles in this special issue dealing with different dimensions of this new environment for firms. Subsequently, we outline some future research questions that could help to advance our knowledge of the New Normal environment and its implications for firms and management theories. In examining the New Normal, it is important to be reminded that the world is indeed round and even small actions on one side of the globe can have a major impact on organizations on the other side of the globe.
Acceptance Date15/01/2020
All Author(s) ListDavid Ahlstrom, Jean-Luc Arregle, Michael A. Hitt, Gongming Qian, Xufei Ma, Dries Faems
Journal nameJournal of Management Studies
Year2020
Month5
Volume Number57
Issue Number3
PublisherWiley
Place of PublicationChichester, United Kingdom
Pages411 - 437
ISSN0022-2380
eISSN1467-6486
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
Keywordscommunication technology, innovation, institutions, new normal, nonergodic change, small events, state intervention

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