David Seidl is Full Professor of Organization and Management at the University of Zurich. He studied Management and Sociology in Munich, London, Witten/Herdecke and Cambridge. He earned his PhD at the University of Cambridge in 2001. He is currently Past Division Chair of the Interest Group "Strategizing Activities and Practices" at the Academy of Management, Coordinator of the EGOS Standing Working Group on "Strategizing: Activity and Practice" and a Member of the EGOS Executive Board. He also sits on several Editorial Boards including Organization Studies (Senior Editor), Journal of Management Studies, Scandinavian Journal of Management, Strategic Organization and Organization. Current research focuses on strategy as practice, corporate governance and philosophy of science, which has been published widely in leading international journals. David Seidl has (co-) produced several books, including The Cambridge Handbook of Strategy as Practice (Cambridge University Press, 2010), and several Special Issues, including a Special Issue of Human Relations (2007) on "Strategizing: The Challenges of a Practice Perspective".