Management and Organization Review has a proud tradition of publishing articles at the cutting edge of key developments and this issue truly illustrates this.

Is the Tesla disruption exposing vulnerabilities in the incumbent automotive industry?

This issue's Dialogue, Debate and Discussion forum debates Tesla as a
disruptor and the likelihood of game changing new disruptors.

David Teece, in his overall commentary on the debate, discusses whether the incumbents are able to counter the disruptors and engage in competitive counter attacks on multiple fronts.

The issue also includes a forceful perspective on
Engaged Indigenous Management with commentary from Anne Tsui.

The essay examines some of the opportunities and challenges in undertaking engaged indigenous scholarship on organization and management issues.

Management and Organization Review 14.3
Arie Y. Lewin
Letter from Editor
Andrew H. Van de Ven, Alan D. Meyer, and Runtian Jing
Opportunities and Challenges of Engaged Indigenous Scholarship
Anne S. Tsui
Commentary on ‘Opportunities and Challenges of Engaged Indigenous Scholarship’ (Van de Ven, Meyer, & Jing, 2018)
Dialogue, Discourse, and Debate
Liisa Välikangas
Forum on Tesla and the Global Automotive Industry
Greg Perkins and Johann Peter Murmann
What Does the Success of Tesla Mean for the Future Dynamics in the Global Automobile Sector?
John Paul MacDuffie
Response to Perkins and Murmann: Pay Attention to What Is and Isn’t Unique about Tesla
Hong Jiang and Feng Lu
To Be Friends, Not Competitors: A Story Different from Tesla Driving the Chinese Automobile Industry
David J. Teece
Tesla and the Reshaping of the Auto Industry
Yi Li and Lin Cui
The Influence of Top Management Team on Chinese Firms’ FDI Ambidexterity
Cheng-Hua Tzeng
How Domestic Firms Absorb Spillovers: A Routine-Based Model of Absorptive Capacity View
Yuanfei Kang and Xinming He
Institutional Forces and Environmental Management Strategies: Moderating Effects of Environmental Orientation and Innovation Capability
Xi Chen
Revisiting the Relationship between Justice and Extra-Role Behavior: The Role of State Ownership
Call for Papers
Sven Horak, Fid Afiouni, Yanjie Bian, Alena Ledeneva, Maral Muratbekova-Touron, and Carl Fey
Management and Organization Review Special Issue ‘Social Networks – The Dark and Bright Sides of Informal Networks’
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