Editors' Introduction. (G. Szulanski, J. Porac, Y. Doz). Cognitive and Emotional Foundations of Strategy Making. An Emotion-based View of Strategic Renewal. (Q. Nguyen Huy). An Attention-Based Theory of Strategy Formulation: Linking Micro and Macro Perspectives in Strategy Processes. (W. Ocasio, J. Joseph). Top Managerial Cognitions, Past Performance, and Strategic Change: A Theoretical Framework. (J. Haleblian, N. Rajagopalan). Sequence of Thinking and Acting in Strategy-Making. (J. Ignacio Canales, (J. Vila). Interorganizational Monitoring: Process, Choices, and Outcomes. (G. Labianca, J.F. Fairbank). Institutional and Resource Foundations of Strategy Making. Adaptive and Creative Strategy Logics in Strategy Processes. (P. Regner). The Development of the Resource-Based Firm Between Value Appropriation and Value Creation. (A. Mocciaro Li Destri, G. Battista Dagnino). Managing the MNC and Exploitation/Exploration Dilemma: From Static Balance to Dynamic Oscillation. (C. Thomas, R. Kaminska-Labbe, B. McKelvey). Contemporary Empirical Studies of Strategy Making. Communication Dissonnance and Pragmatic Failures in Strategic Processes: The Case of Cross-Border Acquisitions. (O. Irrmann). Strategy-Making as a Complex, Double-Loop Process of Knowledge Creation: Four Cases of Established Banks Reinventing the Industry by Means of the Internet. (M.P. Salmador, E. Bueno). Top Managers and the Product Improvement Process. (C. Annique Un, A. Cuervo-Cazurra). Strategy Content and Process in the Context of E-Business Performance. (T.R. Coltman, T.M. Devinney, D.F. Midgley). Emergent Strategies and their Consequences: A Process Study of Competiton and Complex Decision-Making. (Q.R. Jett, J.M. George). Meta-Commentaries on Methodologies for Strategy Process Research. Comparative Causal Analysis in Processual Strategy Research: A Study of Causal Methanisms in Organizational Decline and Turnarounds. (K. Pajunen). Future Directions from the Past: Management and Accounting Discourse in Historial Perspective. (L. Zan). Practices of Organizing: Inside and Outside the Processes of Change. (E. Molloy, R. Whittington).