Strategy & Leadership: Volume 28 Issue 2


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Getting strategic value from constellations of communities

Arian Ward

The concept of constellations of communities is a big picture view of how communities of practice in organizations relate to one another. These communities are voluntary…

Corporate community:: a theory of the firm uniting profitability and responsibility

William E. Halal

The general concept of stakeholder management seems to be widely accepted, but its central tenet of “balancing” interests was prominently abandoned during the 1990s, as…

Measuring the success of an online community

Joseph P. Cothrel

This article presents a new way of thinking about assessing the value of online communities. The author examines both the different kinds of communities and the specific…

Paying the personal price for performance

Jane Linder

No firm can rest on its competitive laurels. Winning companies must know how to change, not just their products and services, but their business models. Changing business…

Taking trouble:: the key to effective global attention

Allen Morrison, John Beck

Many corporations fail to find the Holy Grail of globalization because they have not paid “enough” ongoing attention to the process. Without greater attentional…

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