Journal of Business Strategy: Volume 1 Issue 2

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Table of contents

REAL‐WORLD DECISION MAKING: THE LIMITS OF TOP MANAGEMENT POWER

Renato Mazzolini

Established routines, bureaucratic procedures, and inertia often constrain a firm's strategic behavior. Understanding the strategic decision‐making process can help your company…

PLANNING FOR THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT OF THE 1980s

Ram Charan, R. Edward Freeman

It will be global, characterized by more government and a greater need for strategic management. Executives who ignore these changes and operate under the old assumptions will pay…

STRATEGIES FOR DECLINING INDUSTRIES

Kathryn Rudie Harrigan

How should your company respond to the complex competitive challenge of declining demand? The model described here can increase your prospects of success.

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HOW TO USE STRATEGIC FUNDS PROGRAMMING

Paul J. Stonich

Strategic Funds Programming is designed to help managers bridge the gap between strategy and action. The process has been implemented successfully in companies in the United…

GLOBESCAN: A WAY TO BETTER INTERNATIONAL RISK ASSESSMENT

Charles W. Hofer, Terry P. Haller

How do you balance the rewards against the risks when you're thinking of new international operations? Here's a technique that works for domestic businesses looking to put a toe…

CORPORATE GROWTH STRATEGIES

William D. Guth

Despite the depletion of natural resources and social costs of industrial production, corporate growth will remain a central objective for managers of American corporations in the…

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Corporate Strategy

RICHARD RUMELT

There is a real possibility that in the next decade several of the following events will occur:

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Boards of Directors

MILTON LAUENSTEIN

Alfred P. Sloan, in My Years With General Motors, describes how GM came up with the strategic concept that lifted it from a distant second to domination of the automobile industry…

Manufacturing and Technological Strategy

WICKHAM SKINNER

Managing manufacturing in mature industries is considered in theory to be routine, with stable products, long runs, and well‐developed process technology. No theory could be less…

New Venture Planning

KARL H. VESPER

Development of new ventures, particularly in manufacturing, has slowed in recent years, and today U.S. manufacturing is in decline. Whether or not there is a direct cause and…

Strategic Planning Systems Design and Operation

DON COLLIER

In the design and operation of strategic planning systems, it is assumed that the people involved have a financial incentive to make good plans and then to see that those plans…

Human Resource Strategy

CLIF SPRINGER

Corporate managers have an increasing need for data on career paths, compensation, and staffing in corporation planning functions in order to better manage their own operations…

Cover of Journal of Business Strategy

ISSN:

0275-6668

Renamed from:

Business Strategy Series

Online date, start – end:

1980

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Ms Nanci Healy