Preface to the second edition; Introduction: what is strategy as practice?; Part I. Ontological and Epistemological Questions: 1. Practice in research: phenomenon, perspective and philosophy; 2. Epistemological alternatives for researching strategy as practice: building and dwelling worldviews; 3. Making strategy: meta-theoretical insights from Heideggerian phenomenology; 4. Constructivist paradigms: implications for strategy as practice research; 5. Constructing contribution in strategy-as-practice research; 6. The ongoing challenge of developing cumulative knowledge about strategy as practice; 7. Practical relevance of practice-based research on strategy; Part II. Theoretical Resources: Social Theory: 8. Giddens, structuration theory and strategy as practice; 9. An activity theory approach to strategy as practice; 10. A Bourdieusian perspective on strategizing; 11. An economies-of-worth perspective on strategy as practice: justification, valuation and critique in the practice of strategy; 12. A Wittgensteinian perspective on strategizing; 13. A Foucauldian perspective on strategic practice: strategy as the art of (un)folding; 14. A narrative approach to strategy as practice: strategy-making from texts and narratives; 15. Actor-network theory and strategy as practice; Part III. Theoretical Resources: Organization and Management Theories: 16. An institutional perspective on strategy as practice; 17. Relating strategy as practice to the resource-based view, capabilities perspectives and the micro-foundations approach; 18. Theory of routine dynamics and connections to strategy as practice; 19. Identity work as a strategic practice; 20. Sensemaking in strategy as practice: a phenomenon or a perspective?; 21. The communicative constitution of strategy-making: exploring fleeting moments of strategy; 22. Analytical frames for studying power in strategy as practice and beyond; 23. A critical perspective on strategy as practice; Part IV. Methodological Resources: 24. Using ethnography in strategy-as-practice research; 25. Researching strategists and their identity in practice: building 'close-with' relationships; 26. Studying strategizing through biographical methods: narratives of practices and life trajectories of practitioners; 27. Researching everyday practice: the ethnomethodological contribution; 28. Critical discourse analysis as methodology in strategy-as-practice research; 29. Studying strategy as practice through historical methods; 30. Quantitative methods in strategy-as-practice research; Part V. Substantive Topic Areas: 31. Strategic planning as practice; 32. Meetings and workshops as strategy practices; 33. The role of materiality in the practice of strategy; 34. Strategy-as-practice research on middle managers strategy work; 35. Participation in strategy work; 36. The role of emotions in strategizing; Index.