Strategy for Action – I The Logic and Context of Strategic Management /
|Main Author:||Gandellini, Giorgio.|
|Corporate Author:||SpringerLink (Online service)|
|Other Authors:||Pezzi, Alberto., Venanzi, Daniela.|
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Table of Contents:
- Overview of the series and of the first volume
- Part I: Defining and understanding strategic management
- 1. What is strategy?
- 2. The source of the company’s wealth
- 3. The importance (and usefulness) of modeling
- 4. A simplified conceptual model
- 5. The S-shaped curve and the opportunity costs.
- 6. The relationship between investments and value: direct and indirect tools, and professional resources
- 7. Translation of the above concepts into spreadsheett models.
- 8 Structure and contents of the subsequent chapters
- Appendix I
- Part II: Environmental analysis
- 9. Environmental variables: internal, industry, social, stakeholders
- 10. SWOT analysis
- 11. Porter’s five forces
- 12. Industry and corporate value chain
- 13. RBW and distinctive competencies
- 14. Holdup and slack
- Appendix II
- Short introduction to the second volume