Journal of Business Strategy: Volume 3 Issue 1

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Table of contents

THE WORLD'S CHAMPION MARKETERS: THE JAPANESE

Philip Kotler, Liam Fahey

Many experts attribute Japan's spectacular economic success to superior management techniques. But the real key to Japan's performance may be outstanding marketing skills.

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WHAT THE CORPORATION SHOULD PROVIDE ITS BUSINESS UNITS

Boris Yavitz, William H. Newman

The days when corporations could select their portfolios of investments and sit back and wait for results are long gone. To remain competitive, corporations must provide their…

HOW MULTINATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS EVOLVE

Christopher A. Bartlett

When companies grow and expand overseas, they often experience such organizational problems as the classic conflict between line and staff and between country and functional…

MANAGING ORGANIZATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY

John Dutton, Annie Thomas

Improving productivity is a central concern of all American businesses today. While there are many approaches to boosting productivity, they all hinge on achieving the right mix…

THE CHANGING FACE OF MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY

Harry Thompson, Michael Paris

Robotics will revolutionize American manufacturing. The unmanned factory of the future will bring with it a new systems orientation to strategic planning and will, at last, make…

CREATING COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE WITH COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY

Mare Gerstein, Heather Reisman

Managers have largely overlooked computer technology as a valuable resource in creating competitive advantage. To rectify the situation, companies will have to overcome resistance…

ENVIRONMENTAL TRENDS CREATE NEW PRESSURES ON HUMAN RESOUCES

Charles Fombrun

The next decade will be one of significant human resource problems and opportunities. The successful corporation will be the one that makes human resources the driving force of…

The Stages of Growth

Jay Gaibraith

In the past few years, a number of firms have moved into venture capital investing and growing their own internal ventures. These efforts have met with mixed results. One of the…

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Analyzing Strategic Cost in a High‐Inflation Economy

Donald McLagan, Peter Ziesmer

The high, volatile inflation forecast for the 1980s will make costs difficult to manage. Price increases will be necessary, but they invite market share raids from growth‐hungry…

Strategic Management in Diversified, Decentralized Companies

Don Collier

One of the purposes of effective strategic management is to create desirable change in the company.

Linking Strategy, Performance, and Pay

R. Henry Migliore

The appraisal portion of the strategic plan has long been a problem. How do you reward the achievement and performance of individuals as they operate the organization's strategic…

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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