Journal of Business Strategy: Volume 7 Issue 3

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REINVIGORATING CORPORATE PROFITABILITY

Michael L. Tennican

There are many opportunities for corporations to reinvigorate their profitability through a refocusing of their strategies, reorganization of their managerial and supervisory…

KEEPING U.S. COMPANIES PRODUCTIVE

Peter F. Drucker

U.S. companies can improve productivity and surpass foreign competition. Here are some questions and answers that offer insights and creative approaches.

Selecting a Master Strategy

James A. Belohlav, Karen Giddens‐Emig

What strategy should top management pursue to enhance the value of the firm or, more specifically, the wealth of the owners or shareholders? This is a perplexing question in light…

REPOSITIONING WITH TECHNOLOGY: MAKING IT WORK

William P. Sommers, Joseph Nemec, John M. Harris

Technology, recognized as a key element of corporate success for high‐growth sectors, can also help companies in mature industries. Advanced technology can be used to help…

STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY

H. Igor Ansoff

The high‐tech companies that will succeed in this environment will fundamentally revise their strategies from the historical technology‐driven product proliferation to strategies…

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DO MEGAMERGERS MAKE SENSE?

Kenneth M. Davidson

Megamergers often do not benefit shareholders, managers, or the public. One does not need to have acquisitions followed by divestiture or dismemberment, followed by more…

CORRECTING TUNNEL VISION

Ian I. Mitroff, Susan Mohrman

There is no more essential task, no more basic information that one could collect, that is critical to survival than the knowledge of one's underlying assumptions. Here are some…

THE EFFECT OF MANAGEMENT STYLES ON STRATEGIC PLANNING

Thomas P. Mullen, Stephen A. Stumpf

Personal management styles tend to heavily influence strategic decision making. The authors identify six management styles and describe how each style can influence a company's…

Cooper Tire: Successful Adaptation in a Changing Industry

Ivan Gorr

The past decade has wrought significant changes in the tire industry, such as:

Managing the Airlines in the 1990s

Andrew J. Chalk, John A. Steiber, Alan W. Tompkins

At present, the domestic airline industry is in turmoil. Industry watchers have witnessed the demise of two major airlines (Braniff and Continental) followed by their subsequent…

How to Be Market‐Driven: A Step‐by‐Step Guide for Professional Service Firms

David Tierno

“Tell them they can have any color they want—as long as it's black,” was the apocryphal battle cry of Henry Ford in marketing the Model T, and it became the unofficial strategy…

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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