Strategic Thinking for the Next Economy. The MIT Sloan Management Review Series

  • ID: 2215882
  • Book
  • 336 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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From the acclaimed MIT Sloan Management Review comes this compendium of cutting-edge thinking about corporate strategy. Focusing on strategic imperatives of the new economy, leading thinkers in the field present their views in four general areas: strategy and value creation; flexibility in a volatile world; strategy making in uncertain times; and strategies for growth in fast-paced markets. Strategic Thinking for the New Economy shows that designing a successful strategy is a never-ending quest--and that effective strategic thinking is a process of continuously asking questions and thinking through issues in a creative way. Included among the book's many expert contributers are Christopher A. Bartlett, Henry Mintzberg, Richard T. Pascale and C. K. Prahalad.
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Introduction (Constantinos C. Markides and Michael A. Cusumano).

A New Manifesto for Management (Sumantra Ghoshal, Christopher A. Bartlett and Peter Moran).

Reflecting on the Strategy Process (Henry Mintzberg and Joseph Lampel).

The Delta Model: Adaptive Management for a Changing World (Arnoldo C. Hax and Dean L. Wilde II).

Strategy as Strategic Decision Making (Kathleen M. Eisenhardt).

Surfing the Edge of Chaos (Richard T. Pascale).

Robust Adaptive Strategies (Eric D. Beinhocker).

Strategy as Options on the Future (Peter J. Williamson).

Strategy Innovation and the Quest for Value (Gary Hamel).

Strategy, Value Innovation, and the Knowledge Economy (W. Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne).

A Dynamic View of Strategy (Constantinos C. Markides).

Transforming Internal Governance: The Challenge for Multinationals (C.K. Prahalad and Jan P. Oosterveld).

Three Strategies for Managing Fast Growth (Georg von Krogh and Michael A. Cusumano).
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" a readable guide to the state of cutting edge thinking...this book can be recommended both for students and practitioners of business strategy." (Pathways, Oct-Dec. 2001)

"…comprehensive and authoritative." (Journal of Operational Research Society, July 2007)
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