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
Andrew H. Van de Ven, Alan D. Meyer, and Runtian Jing
Anne S. Tsui
Dialogue, Discourse, and Debate
Liisa Välikangas
Greg Perkins and Johann Peter Murmann
John Paul MacDuffie
Hong Jiang and Feng Lu
David J. Teece
Yi Li and Lin Cui
Cheng-Hua Tzeng
Yuanfei Kang and Xinming He
Xi Chen
Call for Papers
Sven Horak, Fid Afiouni, Yanjie Bian, Alena Ledeneva, Maral Muratbekova-Touron, and Carl Fey
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