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Alignment using the balanced scorecard to create corporate synergies by Kaplan, Robert S. Publication: Boston, Mass. Harvard Business School Press 2006 . x, 302 pages 25 cm. Date: 2006 Availability: Items available: La bibliothèque des Sciences Juridiques, Economiques et de Gestion (1),

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Concepts in strategic management and business policy Achieving sustainability by Wheelen, Thomas L. Publication: Upper Saddle River, N.J. Prentice Hall 2012 . xxiv, 391 pages, [22] pages 26 cm. Date: 2012 Availability: Items available: La bibliothèque des Sciences Juridiques, Economiques et de Gestion (1),

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Designed to win : strategies for building a thriving global business/ by Yoshihara, Hiroaki. Publication: [S.l.] McGraw-Hill 2006 . 272 pages , The most successful business organizations are those that combine stability, speed and maneuverability. These companies are uniquely equipped to navigate the complexities of global supply chains, an array of often baffling cultural differences, complex international regulations, geopolitical uncertainty, and the vagaries of the capital markets. But these companies are only as good as the officers who command them-and the most successful leaders are those best able to manage and optimize their global risk. They possess a singular skill set that includes, among other things, a talent for international diplomacy. Co-authored by two global business advisors from the Big Four professional services organization KPMG, Designed to Win takes you inside the most successful transnational businesses to show how they address the challenges of global competition. Drawing upon their experience as senior partners with KPMG LLP (U.S.), Hiroaki Yoshihara and Mary Pat McCarthy define the seven fundamental characteristics of enduring global businesses. And, with the help of extensive case studies and interviews with executives at BMW, Caterpillar, Intel, Matsushita, Toyota and other international industry leaders, they describe global-business best practices in a range of key areas. Designed to Win offers you an unparalleled opportunity to learn how today's leading global companies: Attract the best talent, leverage human capital for global excellence, and build a winning corporate culture Drive value from internal operations and achieve continuous value creation through outsourcing and advanced business process management Enhance cross-functional knowledge collaboration to create an optimal supply chain structure in a global, customer-centric organization Establish a corporate identity, position and manage brands internationally, and use cutting-edge marketing techniques Structure an organization for optimum value growth and optimize the value of intangible assets Manage change globally, and manage risk using scenarios and other strategic planning tools Cultivate the leadership qualities most in demand on the global stage and develop the next generation of corporate leaders/statesmen Featuring battle-tested strategies from the big winners in today's marketplace, Designed to Win can arm you with the skills to help steer your company's global expansion. An exclusive roadmap for steering your company's global expansion to success Designed to Win was co-authored by acknowledged global business advisors who have helped companies worldwide respond to the challenges of doing business globally. Using extensive case studies and interviews with top executives, KPMG's Hiroaki Yoshihara and Mary Pat McCarthy take you inside a number of the most successful transnational enterprises to reveal how those companies' successfully navigate the risks of global expansion and achieve sustained growth in a volatile global marketplace. Here is your chance to learn important business strategies of the Global Fortune 500 and discover what they and other companies are doing to: Position and manage brands worldwide Build a customer-centric supply chain Optimize their organizational structures for a global marketplace Recruit, develop and retain the best talent Build a unifying global corporate culture Negotiate transnational deals Manage global risk Protect intellectual property. 24 cm. Date: 2006 Availability: Items available: La bibliothèque des Sciences Juridiques, Economiques et de Gestion (2), La bibliothèque des Sciences Juridiques, Economiques et de Gestion (1),

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Designing world class corporate strategies by Ward,, Keith. Publication: [S.l.] Routledge 2004 . 320 p. , Designing World Class Corporate Strategies considers the key role of corporate centres within very large, primarily multi-business organisations. At present, these corporate centres are under attack as not creating and value and merely adding cost to their groups. The authors have developed a corporate configurations model which demonstrates four ways in which corporate centres can add significant value. However this requires the centre to act in specific ways depending on the external environment in which the group is operating. Designing World Class Corporate Strategies is highly readable, with a large number of illustrative examples included in the text. Academic references and theoretical underpinnings are placed in the final chapter of the book, so that the book is focused on the professional market for strategy and creating value. 25 cm. Date: 2004 Availability: Items available: La bibliothèque des Sciences Juridiques, Economiques et de Gestion (1),

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E-business strategy text and cases by Phillips, Paul Publication: Maidnhead McGraw Hill Education 2003 . 390 p. , This book aims to contextualise and clarify major e-business issues, and discuss and illustrate strategic considerations and their operational application. Covering key topics in e-business strategy from external environmental drivers and cyber rules to internal organizational issues and risk management and valuation, the text provides a solid conceptual foundation that allows students to understand this important and developing field. Up-to-date and current, the book assesses the impact of the dot.com crash and looks to the future of e-business, illustrating the issues and ideas with well-chosen examples, articles and cases featuring a variety of e-commerce operations and organizations. 24 cm. Date: 2003 Availability: Items available: La bibliothèque des Sciences Juridiques, Economiques et de Gestion (1),

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Identity and strategy : how individual visions enable the design of a market strategy that works by Rughase, Olaf G. Publication: [S.l.] Edward Elgar Publishing 2007 . 256 p. , This groundbreaking book explores the relationship between organizational identity and strategy and proposes a practical strategy making process that helps to avoid the typical pitfalls in strategic change processes. In doing so, the author bridges an important gap in management and strategy literature and explains how to practically link content and process when designing market strategies. A new conceptual framework is also presented which emphasizes the importance and dynamics of organizational identity and corresponding time discrepancies for strategy making. Whilst most strategists use the economically and analytically 'best' strategy as a measure, Olaf Rughase introduces a new measure for strategy making that takes personal feelings, values and aspirations of organizational members into account.Claiming that individually desired organizational identities - which can be seen as individual visions - give direction, motivation and impetus for strategy action and development, he suggests reaching a shared desired organizational identity which should then be taken as a strategy measure. Using rational and analytical factors the shared desired identity is then challenged and evolved until an attainable market strategy that works in practice is reached. In this way, he also shows how the organization's customers can be closely connected to organizational identity in practical strategy making. By weaving both practice and theory together, this fascinating book provides a fresh voice on compelling management issues and will be invaluable to academics, researchers, practitioners, consultants and students with an interest in strategic and organizational management. 24 cm. Date: 2007 Availability: Items available: La bibliothèque des Sciences Juridiques, Economiques et de Gestion (1),

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Industrial organization markets and strategies by Belleflamme, Paul. Publication: Cambridge, UK | New York Cambridge University Press 2010 . xxi, 702 pages , "Industrial Organization: Markets and Strategies provides an up-to-date account of modern industrial organization that blends theory with real-world applications. Written in a clear and accessible style, it acquaints the reader with the most important models for understanding strategies chosen by firms with market power and shows how such firms adapt to different market environments. It covers a wide range of topics including recent developments on product bundling, branding strategies, restrictions in vertical supply relationships, intellectual property protection, and two-sided markets, to name just a few. Models are presented in detail and the main results are summarized as lessons. Formal theory is complemented throughout by real-world cases that show students how it applies to actual organizational settings. The book is accompanied by a website containing a number of additional resources for lecturers and students, including exercises, answers to review questions, case material and slides"--Provided by publisher. | "Among the numerous decisions taken by firms is the make-or-buy decision, whereby firms compare the costs and benefits of manufacturing a product or service against purchasing it. Typically, the firm will prefer the 'make' option over the 'buy' option if the purchase price is higher than the in-house manufacturing cost or if outside suppliers are unreliable. Naturally, the firm must also have the necessary skills and equipment to meet its own product standards. There is a clear analogy between this generic dilemma and the decision process that led us to write this book. As industrial organization teachers since the start of our academic careers, we have both long relied on existing textbooks to support our courses. Yet, through the years, our needs became different from the offers of outside suppliers. That is, the 'make' option started to become more tempting than the 'buy' option"--Provided by publisher. 26 cm. Date: 2010 Availability: Items available: La bibliothèque des Sciences Juridiques, Economiques et de Gestion (1),

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International management : managing in a diverse and dynamic global environment by Phatak, Arvind. Publication: [S.l.] McGraw-Hill/Irwin 2008 . 560 p. , International Management: Managing in a Diverse and Dynamic Global Environment is about the unique opportunities and concerns that confront international managers as they navigate their companies through the complex and ever changing global economic, political, legal, technological and cultural environments. It describes theories of international management in the context of current and emerging realities in the global marketplace. The framework follows the course structure beginning with the macro-environment, then moves to the firm level, and concludes with the individual manager in the international setting. This approach is embellished with modern chapters on collaborative strategies, managing technology and knowledge, and ethics and corporate social responsibility. Each chapter concludes with a mini-case, and a comprehensive case concludes each section. 26 cm. Date: 2008 Availability: Items available: La bibliothèque des Sciences Juridiques, Economiques et de Gestion (1),

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Linkage inc's best practices in leadership development handbook : case studies, instruments, training by Inc., Linkage. Publication: [S.l.] Pfeiffer 2009 . 480 p. , Leadership development is a planned effort that enhances the learner's capacity to lead people. Building on the success of the first edition, Linkage conducted a study of over 300 top organizations and their needs in organizational change and leadership development that identifies approaches to leadership development that have proven to be successful. The work offers practical "how-to" instructions developing leaders and engaging in leadership development. It provides current in-depth models, assessments, tools, and other instruments that can be used for immediate application within a variety of organizations. 24 cm. Date: 2009 Availability: Items available: La bibliothèque des Sciences Juridiques, Economiques et de Gestion (1),

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Organization structures : theory and design, analysis and prescription by Baligh,, Helmy H. Publication: [S.l.] Springer 2011 . 497 p. , Organization Structures: Theory and Design, Analysis and Prescription describes how to organize people to achieve a desired outcome. This is accomplished by establishing sets of rules from "real world" organization contexts. Moreover, the development of these rules within "real world" contexts means that the rules must be true, general, operational, technically sound, and easy to use. With an understanding of rules and the processes of their use, organization structures can be identified, which in turn form the basis of a theoretical framework.This book discusses, examines, and demonstrates the interrelationship of the design rules, their theoretical use within these organization structures,along with their practical implications. Throughout the book, an extended example of the Masters Brewing Corporation (MBC) is used to illustrate the conceptual material and to make the implications of the organizational analysis explicitly 24 cm. Date: 2011 Availability: Items available: La bibliothèque des lettres et sciences humaines et sociales (1),

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Predictable magic unleash the power of design strategy to transform your business by Prahalad, Deepa, Publication: Upper Saddle River, N.J. Wharton School Pub. 2011 . xxii, 183 pages 24 cm. Date: 2011 Availability: Items available: La bibliothèque des Sciences Juridiques, Economiques et de Gestion (1),

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Seven strategy questions : a simple approach for better execution by Simons, Robert. Publication: [S.l.] Harvard Business Review Press 2010 . 224 p. , To stay ahead of the pack, you must translate your organization's competitive strategy into day-to-day actions that will enable your company to win in the marketplace. This means channeling resources into the right efforts, striking a balance between innovation and control, and getting everyone pulling in the same direction. How to accomplish all this? Continually ask the right questions, advises Harvard Business School professor Robert Simons. By posing these provocative questions, you identify critical gaps in your strategy execution processes, focus on the most important choices you must make, and understand what's at stake in each one. In this concise guide, Simons presents the seven key questions you and your team must regularly explore together: ·Who is your primary customer? Have you organized your company to deliver maximum value to that customer? ·How do your core values prioritize shareholders, employees, and customers? Is everyone in your company committed to those values? ·What critical performance variables are you tracking? How are you creating accountability for performance on those variables? ·What strategic boundaries have you set? Does everyone know what actions are off-limits? ·How are you generating creative tension? Is that tension catalyzing innovation across units? ·How committed are your employees to helping each other? Are they sharing responsibility for your company’s success? ·What strategic uncertainties keep you awake at night? How are you riveting everyone's attention on those uncertainties? These questions force you to reexamine the unspoken assumptions underlying your strategy and analyze how it's implemented through your business processes and structures. Simons' extensive examples then help you understand your options and make the tough choices needed for your company to excel at execution. Drawing on decades of research into performance management systems and organization design, Seven Strategy Questions is a no-nonsense, must-read resource for all leaders in your organization. 22 cm. Date: 2010 Availability: Items available: La bibliothèque des Sciences Juridiques, Economiques et de Gestion (1),

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Strategic management and competitive advantage Concepts and cases by Barney, Jay B. Publication: Upper Saddle River, N.J. Pearson/Prentice Hall 2012 . xv, 380 pages 27 cm. Date: 2012 Availability: Items available: La bibliothèque des Sciences Juridiques, Economiques et de Gestion (1),

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Strategic risk management practice how to deal effectively with major corporate exposures by Andersen, Torben Juul. Publication: [S.l.] Cambridge University Press 2010 . 268 p. , At a time when corporate scandals and major financial failures dominate newspaper headlines, the importance of good risk management practices has never been more obvious. The absence or mismanagement of such practices can have devastating effects on exposed organizations and the wider economy (Barings Bank, Enron, Lehmann Brothers, Northern Rock, to name but a few). Today's organizations and corporate leaders must learn the lessons of such failures by developing practices to deal effectively with risk. This book is an important step towards this end. Written from a European perspective, it brings together ideas, concepts and practices developed in various risk markets and academic fields to provide a much-needed overview of different approaches to risk management. It critiques prevailing enterprise risk management frameworks (ERMs) and proposes a suitable alternative. Combining academic rigour and practical experience, this is an important resource for graduate students and professionals concerned with strategic risk management. 25 cm. Date: 2010 Availability: Items available: La bibliothèque des Sciences Juridiques, Economiques et de Gestion (1),

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The essential advantage : how to win with a capabilities-driven strategy by Leinwand, Paul. Publication: Boston Harvard Business Review Press 2011 . 226 p. , Conventional wisdom on strategy is no longer a reliable guide. In Essential Advantage , Booz & Company's Cesare Mainardi and Paul Leinwand maintain that success in any market accrues to firms with coherence: a tight match between their strategic direction and the capabilities that make them unique. Achieving this clarity takes a sharpness of focus that only exceptional companies have mastered. This book helps you identify your firm's blend of strategic direction and distinctive capabilities that give it the "right to win" in its chosen markets. Based on extensive research and filled with company examples—including Amazon.com, Johnson & Johnson, Tata Sons, and Procter & Gamble— Essential Advantage helps you construct a coherent company in which the pieces reinforce each other instead of working at cross-purposes. The authors reveal: · Why you should focus on a system of a few aligned capabilities · How to identify the "way to play" in your market · How to design a strategy for well-modulated growth · How to align a portfolio of businesses behind your capability system · How your strategy clarifies growth, costs, and people decisions Few companies achieve a capability-driven "right to win" in their market. This book helps you position your firm to be among them. 24 cm. Date: 2011 Availability: Items available: La bibliothèque des Sciences Juridiques, Economiques et de Gestion (1),

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The network is your customer : five strategies to thrive in a digital age by Rogers, David L. Publication: [S.l.] Yale University Press 2010 . 336 p. ; , "An incredibly useful and valuable guidebook to the new consumer economy. Buy it. Learn from it. Succeed with it."—Jeff Jarvis, author of What Would Google Do "This is the stuff that every business and nonprofit needs to embrace if they're going to succeed in a changing world."—Vivian Schiller, CEO of NPR With clear analysis and practical frameworks, this book provides a strategic guide that any business or nonprofit can use to succeed in the digital age. Marketing expert David Rogers examines how digital technologies—from smartphones to social networks—connect us in frameworks that transform our relationships to business and each other. To thrive today, organizations need new strategies—strategies designed for customer networks. Rogers offers five strategies that any business can use to create new value: ACCESS—be faster, be easier, be everywhere, be always on ENGAGE—become a source of valued content CUSTOMIZE—make your offering adaptable to your customer's needs CONNECT—become a part of your customers' conversations COLLABORATE—involve your customers at every stage of your enterprise Rogers explains these five strategies with over 100 cases from every type and size of business—from shoes to news, and software to healthcare. In The Network Is Your Customer , he shows: How Apple harnessed a host of collaborators to write apps for its iPhone How IBM designed a videogame to help sell its enterprise software How Ford Motors inspired an online community to build brand awareness for its new Fiesta ...and countless other cases from consumer, b2b, and nonprofit categories.  The book outlines a process for planning and implementing a customer network strategy to match your customers, your business, and your objectives—whether you need to drive sales, to enhance innovation, to reduce costs, to gain customer insight, or to build breakthrough products and services. Because today, whatever your goals and whatever your business, the network is your customer. 24 cm. Date: 2010 Availability: Items available: La bibliothèque des Sciences Juridiques, Economiques et de Gestion (1),

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