Strategic Management WSE : Of Resources And Relationships Concepts
Students will learn how to use the resource-based view to develop competitive advantages through the acquisition, development and management of resources. They'll also learn how to use stakeholder theory to determine when firms should form partnerships, the form they should take, and how to manage them to enhance their resource position. The text's unique blend of the resource-based approach with stakeholder theory and other relevant theories and models, helps students gain a complete, balanced understanding of the field.
Table of Contents
About the Author.
PART 1: ANALYSIS OF THE COMPETITIVE SITUATION.
Chapter 1. Strategic Management.
Chapter 2. The Environment and External Stakeholders.
Chapter 3. Organizational Resources and Competitive Advantage.
PART 2: STRATEGY FORMULATION.
Chapter 4. Strategic Direction.
Chapter 5. Strategy Formulation at The Business-Unit Level.
Chapter 6. Strategies for Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
Chapter 7. Corporate-Level Strategy and Restructuring.
PART 3: STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION AND CONTROL.
Chapter 8. Strategy Implementation: Resources and Relationships.
Chapter 9. Strategy Implementation: Design and Control.
Chapter 10. Global Strategic Management and The Future.