|Author:||David Collis,Cynthia Montgomery|
|Subcategory:||Management & Leadership|
|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill Education; International Ed edition (September 30, 1996)|
|Other formats:||mobi rtf mbr lrf|
CORPORATE STRATEGY breaks the mold.
CORPORATE STRATEGY breaks the mold. It is a completely new course whose design has been honed over six years of teaching at the Harvard Business School. It presents, for the first time, a single consistent framework for the analysis of corporate-level strategy.
by David Collis (Author), Cynthia Montgomery (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0256178944. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.
Competing on resource sounds simple, but in practice managers often had a hard time to identify and evaluate the .
Competing on resource sounds simple, but in practice managers often had a hard time to identify and evaluate the companies’ resources objectively. For a resource to qualify as the basis for an effective strategy, it must pass a number of external markets to test its value. But managers can forestall them by building strategies around resources that have at least on of the following characteristics: a. Physical uniqueness, by definition cannot be copied.
Cynthia Montgomer by David Collis, Cynthia Montgomery Paperback.
Corporate Strategy: A Resource Based Approach by David Collis, Cynthia Montgomer by David Collis, Cynthia Montgomery Paperback.
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Cynthia A. Montgomery
Cynthia A. Montgomery. From the July–August 1995 Issue. The emerging resource-based view of the firm helps to bridge these seemingly disparate approaches and to fulfill the promise of Andrews’s framework. Like the capabilities approaches, the resource-based view acknowledges the importance of company-specific resources and competencies, yet it does so in the context of the competitive environment. Valuable corporate resources are often supradivisional, and, unless someone is managing them on that basis, divisions will underinvest in them or free ride on them.
Corporate Strategy : Resources and the Scope of the Firm /.
What differentiates truly great corporate strategies from the merely adequate? How can executives at the corporate level create tangible advantage for their businesses that makes the whole more than the sum of the parts? This article presents a comprehensive framework for value creation in the multibusiness company. Corporate Strategy : Resources and the Scope of the Firm /. Article.
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Introduction to Corporate Strategy - Appendix A. Past Approaches to Corporate Strategy - Ch. 2. Business Strategy and Industry Analysis - Ch. 3. Scale and Scope within an Industry - Ch. 4. Diversified Expansion - Ch. 5. Organizational Limits to Firm Scope - Ch. 6. Managing the Multibusiness Corporation - Appendix C. Mechanisms for Achieving Control and Coherence - Ch. 7. Creating Corporate Advantage - Ch. 8. Corporate Governance.