This book brings together the underlying concepts, analytical methods, processes of development and problems of corporate strategy, enabling readers to understand the role of corporate strategy within a variety of organizations and providing guidance in the formulation and implementation of strategy. Features include: an approach based on economic analysis and planning, and organizational decision-making within a social, political and cultural process; a strongly European/international perspective, with more than 60 company illustrations; an integrated treatment of the cultural context of strategy; coverage of the increasingly important issues of power and process of strategy, formulation and change; a case section comprising 17 studies. The text includes diagrams of key frameworks, chapter introductions, end-of-section work assignments, references and key readings. Features new to the fourth edition include: competences, core competences and links to the value chain; bases of stategy at corporate and business level; global aspects of strategic management; corporate parenting and control; strategic architecture; networks, allians and virtual organizations; the strategic importance of information; and mechanisms of strategic change.
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Exploring Corporate Strategy is one of the outstanding texts in international management education. It combines clarity of structure and presentation with topical and enduring examples. It also has a depth of synthesis and critical reflection based on relevant research which is rare in text books.
Andrew Pettigrew, University of Bath, School of Management, United Kingdom
Exploring Corporate Strategy is strong at integrating theory and practice … has an international perspective both in its theoretical coverage and its empirical illustrations and cases … is comprehensive and easy to combine with further theoretical readings.
Leif Melin, Jonkoping International Business School, Sweden
The 7th edition of this textbook offers yet another step in improvement both in the area of student support and its overall coverage. In particular the website is easily accessible, user friendly and provides a range of supplementary resources to engage and reinforce students' understanding of this complex area of study.
John Toth, Leeds Business School, Leeds Metropolitan University, United Kingdom
Exploring Corporate Strategy strikes a balance because it provides sound methodology and analysis, cleverly combined with a well-reasoned introduction to more contemporary paradigms. Thoughtful use of figures and tables provides clarity for students; the detailed cases are ideal for teaching purposes.
Gerard Betros, University of Southern Queensland, Australia
Exploring Corporate Strategyis Europe s leading strategy textbook with sales of over 500,000 copies worldwide. This new edition builds on the established strengths of previous editions, whilst substantially updating and re-orientating material to meet the needs of contemporary students and lecturers. Classic features
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0135256356