Planning Review: Volume 11 Issue 1


Table of contents


John Naisbitt

THE U.S. is in the midst of a fundamental restructuring of its economy and society. Traditional tools and methods of measurement and forecasting are increasingly…

Systematic political risk analysis for planners

William D. Coplin, Michael K. O'Leary

Corporate and strategic planners for international businesses have always been aware of the importance of domestic and foreign political conditions in defining both risks…

Planning for profitability in the 1980S

James K. Malernee

Decreasing profitability, plus expectations of rapidly escalating capital and operating costs have forced management to reconsider the trade‐off between growth and company…

Planning for the economy's recovery

John J. Casson

The tactical and strategic plans of most business organizations have been dealt severe setbacks by the recent recession. Many forecasters did not anticipate that the…

The strategic management of technology

John M. Harris, Robert W. Shaw, William P. Sommers

It is clear that throughout the 1980s, competitive advantage, new‐product development, new markets, productivity and profitability will be tied directly to technology…

The reign of the finance men

John Thackray

Within the historical development of the modern corporation there are slow and sweeping cycles of change in which some managerial specialties come to the fore, while…



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Strategy & Leadership

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1975 – 1996

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Emerald Publishing Limited