Journal of Business Strategy: Volume 23 Issue 1

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SHORT TAKES

Most of the CEOs of fast‐growing companies tracked by PricewaterhouseCoopers “Trendsetter Barometer” have a real affinity for numbers. More than seven in 10 “Trendsetter” CEOs say…

CLIPPINGS

As a general rule, you should keep the following equation in mind when motivating Einsteins:

Real‐Time Strategy: Cold Strategy, Hot Strategy

Richard W. Oliver

Last year I wrote a column about the potential for new rivals from outside companies' traditional competitive sets to mount surprise attacks. My key premise was that one of the…

Theory in Practice: Place Your Bets

Michele Smith, Frederick Hansen

If you're having a crisis of confidence about your business strategy right now, that's probably a good thing. The “new” economy has had a profound effect on the nature of business…

E‐Commerce: Should We E‐ ?

Thea Durfee, George Chen

Conducting commerce over the Internet has quickly become an integral part of modern business, and, arguably, the most important business topic of the last few years. However…

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SOWING GROWTH IN YOUR OWN BACKYARD

Bob Lurie, Toby Thomas

Growing a business in tough times isn't easy, but it can be done.

LESSONS FROM THE TECH WRECK

David E. Hitchin

Here are five ways you can improve your company's strategic planning process.

PRODUCTIVITY LESSONS FROM CRISES

Robert A. Neiman

You don't have to be in a life‐or‐death situation to realize productivity gains.

KEYS TO SUCCESSFUL STRATEGY EXECUTION

Robert Zagotta, Don Robinson

The most brilliant strategy ever devised won't get you anywhere if you can't execute it.

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MAPPING VALUE GROWTH IN COMPLEX PORTFOLIOS

Richard Balaban, Phyllis Rothschild

RUNNING A LARGE, MULTI‐BUSINESS COMPANY HAS never been harder than it is today. For one thing, investors tend to accord higher multiples to “pure play” firms, in part because they…

Stack Attack: In Search of a Brand Strategy

Bristol Lane Voss

For those who manage products with “brand” names, either consumer or B2B, it's a struggle to dilute manage‐ment theory and strategy lessons down to typical tasks faced day‐to‐day.

The Last World: Growth

A recession, which everybody seems to agree is the economy's current state, means growth prospects for business are less than rosy. (Officially, “recession” is defined as: “A…

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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