Strategy for Success in Asia. Mastering Business in Asia

  • ID: 2219980
  • Book
  • Region: Asia
  • 388 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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...The competitive landscape is changing and as far as strategies are concerned, firms need some guidance in order to better prepare for future battles. Strategy for Success is a good source to begins this journey.   Philippe Lasserre, Emeritus Professor of Strategy and Asian Business, INSEAD

Leaders will gain from the wealth of information about firms in Asia, governments and government organizations, trading agreements, strategies for growth and success, and frameworks and concepts that underlie strategic thinking. The combination of rigorous analysis and applications to current events is particularly valuable.   Professor Gautam Ahuja, Chair, Corporate Strategy and International Business, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan

Written by two of the leading strategists housed in a premier Asian business school, Strategy for Success in Asia brings cutting edge strategy research to the rich, diverse, and rapidly changing Asian context. This is a much–needed books solidly grounded in theory and evidence. Without a doubt, it is the best in its breed on the subject. I am confident that this book will not only be studied and debated in Asia, but also around the world as part of the larger debate on global strategy.   Professor Mike W. Peng, Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University, Author of Global Strategy and Business Strategies in Transition Economics

Strategy for Success in Asia does an excellent job of capturing the complexities of two important puzzles for senior leaders: business strategy, and doing business and Asia. The book does an excellent job of providing guidance on how to deal with these puzzles. Current and future leaders of Asian firms and MNCs will gain tremendously from this book.   Chandru Rajam, Ph.D., Regional Director, Advisory Services, Economist Corporate Network

Professors Singh and Delios introduce a perspective on strategy that understands the interdependencies between the countries in which a firm operates, the resources and competencies it possesses, and the customers it serves. This is an excellent book for those interested in new and interesting ways to deal with the dynamic challenges facing firms operating in today′s Asia. Strongly recommended!   Professor George Yip, London Business School, Author of Asian Advantage, and Total Global Strategy

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1. Strategy.

2. Strategy in Asia.

3. Strategies for Working with Governments in Asia.

4. Strategies for Profitable Growth.

5. Strategies for Regional Expansion in Asia.

6. Alliances for Success.

7. Acquisitions for Success.

8. Size and Scope for Success.

9. Strategies for Success in Asia.


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Kulwant Singh is Associate Professor at the Department of Business Policy, NUS Business School, National University of Singapore. He is co–author of the books, business Strategy in Asia: A Casebook and Surviving the New Millennium, Lessons from the Asian Crisis. His research and teaching interest examines issues related to competitive strategy and inter–firm cooperation, particularly in Asia and in technology intensive industries. This research ahs received Best Paper awards from the Academy of Management and the Administrative Science Association of Canada. He has consulted fro or taught in programs for firms in Brunei, China, Dubai, England, France, Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Trinidad and Tobago.

Andrew Delios is Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Business Policy, NUS Business School. He is the chief editor of Asia Pacific Journal of Management. He is the author or co–author of the books International Business: An Asia Pacific Perspective, International Business in the Asia Pacific, Japanese Subsidiaries in the New Global Economy and Japanese Multinationals in the Global Economy. His research looks at foreign direct investment and global competition issues in emerging economies, and the International strategies of Japanese multinational corporations. His research has received awards from the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada and the Academy of International Business. Aside from his current residence in Singapore, he has lived or worked in Australia, Canada, China, Finland, Hong Kong, India, New Zealand, Sweden and the United States. he has written case studies and conduced research on companies situated in Canada, China, India, Italy, Hong Kong, Sweden, Japan and Vietnam.

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