Journal of Business Strategy: Volume 33 Issue 4


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How to assess the corporate parenting strategy? A conceptual answer

Matthias Kruehler, Ulrich Pidun, Harald Rubner

The major purpose of this paper is the development of a theoretical framework that can be used by corporate practitioners to understand the implicit parenting strategy of their


Creating and exploiting market knowledge assets

Stanley F. Slater, Eric M. Olson, Hans Eibe Sørensen

The purpose of this paper is to identify the components of a knowledge management system that contribute to superior new product program performance.


Industrial product pricing: a value‐based approach

Stephan M. Liozu, Andreas Hinterhuber

This paper seeks to examine the influence of pricing orientation on the price‐setting process in industrial firms.


Sustainability leadership: from strategy to results

Timothy Galpin, J. Lee Whittington

The purpose of this article is to show how a previously developed multi‐level model of employee engagement can be leveraged to implement a comprehensive sustainability strategy


Linking strategy to value

Eugene G. Lukac, Don Frazier

The purpose of this paper is to provide business executives with a practical and systematic way of preparing for board member questions on the shareholder value of proposed


The devil's dictionary of business strategy

Patrick Marren

The purpose of this paper is to humorously define various common business and strategy terms to amuse and illuminate.

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