Journal of Strategy and Management: Volume 2 Issue 3


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Leadership characteristics of declining firms attempting turnaround: An empirical examination

Michael A. Abebe

The purpose of this paper is to empirically examine the relationship between chief executive officer characteristics and corporate turnaround performance of declining firms…


Dynamic linkages between mental models, resource constraints and differential performance: A resource‐based analysis

Abhijit Mandal, Howard Thomas, Don Antunes

The purpose of this paper is to focus around the literatures of the resource‐based firm and cognitive mental models, explores the dynamic linkages between cognitive models…


Exploring the roots of Porter's activity‐based view

Norman T. Sheehan, Nicolai J. Foss

Porter's activity‐based view of the firm is a comprehensive strategic framework which analyzes firm‐level competitive advantage. Although Porter's activity‐based view is widely…


Product and process innovation in process industry: a new perspective on development

Markus E. Bergfors, Andreas Larsson

The purpose of this paper is to open up the research and development (R&D) organisation by separating product and process innovation and exploring these activities in terms of the…


Strategy workshops facilitating and constraining strategy making

Mirela Schwarz

The purpose of this paper is to propose a new framework for exploring the key elements of strategy workshops and provide empirical evidence on how these can influence strategy…


Interview with Sir Mike Rake, Chairman of BT

Nicholas O'Regan, Abby Ghobadian

British Telecom (BT) has achieved a classic turnaround that involved divestment and efficiency drives. This interview with Sir Mike Rake, Chairman of BT, sheds light on BT's past…

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