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Strategy for Action – I

by Gandellini, Giorgio.
Authors: Pezzi, Alberto.%author. | Venanzi, Daniela.%author. | SpringerLink (Online service) Series: SpringerBriefs in Business, 2191-5482 Physical details: XI, 84p. 37 illus. online resource. ISBN: 8847024870 Subject(s): Economics. | Industrial management. | Economics/Management Science. | Business Strategy/Leadership. | Business/Management Science, general. | Management/Business for Professionals.
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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 -- References.


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