New Strategic Management : Organizations, Competition and Cooperation
Addresses contemporary organizational and competitive issues.
Offers well-defined, carefully interrelated and fundamental strategic management concepts.
Table of Contents
PART I. ORGANIZATION AND STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT.
Chapter 1. Organizations, Strategic Management, and Organizational Competence.
PART II. PERSPECTIVES ON ECONOMIC ORGANIZATION AND STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT.
Chapter 2. Economic Organization: Theories of Markets, Firms, and Their Interactions.
Chapter 3. Strategic Management: Improving Organizational Capabilities for Value Creation and Distribution.
PART III. THE COMPETENCE-BASED APPROACH TO STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT.
Chapter 4. Designing and Managing Organizations as Open Systems for Value Creation.
Chapter 5. The Strategic Logic of an Organization.
PART IV. BUSINESS UNIT STRATEGY.
Chapter 6. The Business Concept: Who Will be Served, with What, and How?
Chapter 7. The Organization Concept: Resources, Organization Design, and Controls and Incentives.
Chapter 8. Core Processes: Putting the Business Concept and Organization Concept into Action.
Chapter 9. Business Unit Strategy as a “Situational Puzzle”: Aligning Strategic Logic with Macroenvironment, Industry, and Product Market Evolution.
Chapter 10. Managing Managerial Cognition: The Unique Intellectual Challenge of Strategic Management.
PART V. CORPORATE STRATEGY FOR MULTIPLE BUSINESS UNITS.
Chapter 11. Corporate Strategy: The Search for Synergy Among Multiple Business Units.
Chapter 12. Patterns and Limits in the Search for Synergy: The Logic of Growth Through Diversification.
PART VI. GLOBAL STRATEGY.
Chapter 13. The Search for Synergy in an International Context.
PART VII. STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP AND STEWARDSHIP.
Chapter 14. Managing Change, Risk, and Ethics.