Strategy and Strategists

Strategy and Strategists

by James Cunningham
     
 

Strategy and Strategists provides an illuminating exploration of strategy and its implications for business. Adopting a critical and reflective approach, the authors guide the reader through the complexities of strategy, clearly presenting the conflicting viewpoints and arguments in this exciting and fast-moving field.

Business examples throughout the

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Strategy and Strategists provides an illuminating exploration of strategy and its implications for business. Adopting a critical and reflective approach, the authors guide the reader through the complexities of strategy, clearly presenting the conflicting viewpoints and arguments in this exciting and fast-moving field.

Business examples throughout the text elucidate strategy theory, providing future managers and executives with the awareness and knowledge necessary to test perspectives and draw their own conclusions. Linking literature to contemporary developments, this engaging textbook is invaluable reading for all students of strategy.

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For Lecturers:

PowerPoint Slides Teaching notes for mini-cases and end of chapter cases Guide to answering questions on readings Answers to discussion questions Sample examination questions All figures from the book

For Students:

Multiple choice questions Updates to the case studies Annotated weblinks Guidance to further readings

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780199219711
Publisher:
Oxford University Press
Publication date:
05/23/2012
Pages:
720
Product dimensions:
7.60(w) x 10.40(h) x 1.70(d)

Meet the Author

James Cunningham is Director of Centre for Innovation and Structural Change at the J.E. Cairns School of Business, National University of Ireland, Galway. He is a senior lecturer in Strategic Management and has received a number of awards for his research including two best paper awards at the British Academy of Management Conferences (2002 and 2005), and a best paper award at the Irish Academy of Management Conference (2003). He is the co editor of Irish Management 2.0 (2008).

Brian Harney is a Research Assistant at Dublin City University. His research interests include HRM in smaller firms, high performance work systems and critical realism.

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