Dr Winston Kwon


PhD Supervision

Applications for PhD are welcome from candidates with a strong academic background and who are interested in strategic management. I am interested in supervising doctoral students with an interest in strategic decision making and strategic change, in medium sized and large corporations and MNEs. I am particularly interested in supervising research into these phenomenon that shares an interest with the strategy-as-practice field, in the everyday processes, practices and activities involved in the making and doing of strategy and strategic change in organisations.

Micro-level discursive strategies for constructing shared views around strategic issues in team meetings
Kwon, W., Clarke, I., Wodak, R. 03/2014 In: Journal of Management Studies. 51, 2, p. 265-290. 26 p.
Journal article

‘Getting people on board’: Discursive leadership for consensus building in team meetings
Wodak, R., Kwon, W., Clarke, I. 2011 In: Discourse and Society. 22, 5, p. 592-644. 53 p.
Journal article

A Context-sensitive Approach to Analysing Talk in Strategy Meetings
Clarke, I., Kwon, W., Wodak, R. 2011 In: British Journal of Management. 23, 4, p. 455-473. 19 p.
Journal article

Strategic decision-making: a critical discourse analysis perspective
Kwon, W. 2010 In: AOM Conference (Montreal) - 2010. N/A : unknown
Conference contribution

Conceptualising the role of evaluation systems in markets: the case of dominant evaluators
Kwon, W., Easton, G. 2010 In: Marketing Theory. 10, 2, p. 123-143. 21 p.
Journal article

Organizational decision-making discourse and power: integrating across contexts and scales
Kwon, W., Clarke, I.M., Wodak, R. 2009 In: Discourse and Communication. 3, 3, p. 273-302. 30 p.
Journal article

Strategic Change In Pluralistic Environments: A Process Perspective
Kwon, W., Balogun, J. 2009
Conference paper

Reputational objects: a critical re-evaluation of corporate brand management
Kwon, W. 2005 In: British Academy of Management Conference (Oxford) - 2005. N/A : unknown
Conference contribution