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Analysis Without Paralysis: 12 Tools to Make Better Strategic Decisions

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  • Posted February 24, 2015

    I've been using this book for several of my graduate business co

    I've been using this book for several of my graduate business courses. It surprised me that I hadn't seen it before, as it encompasses most of the main analysis methods we learn in business programs. It is written in an accessible manner, the methods are described in step by step fashion, and the applications are on known case study subjects. It really is a handy, dandy little reference book that every business student should have on their book shelf. AT least if they want to make A's in their courses.

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    Posted December 22, 2012

    Although i wish I had a book like this one a few years ago, it i

    Although i wish I had a book like this one a few years ago, it is great if you are starting your own business, don't have an MBA, or need t write a business plan and aren't sure how to do the competitive and market analysis sections. It covers most of the classic business schools techniques like SWOT, financial and industry analysis, and some lesser taught ones as well like driving forces, CSFs, and issue analysis. It is easy to follow, concise, and has some helpful case studies to illustrate the methods.

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