Strategic Management: Competitiveness and Globalization / Edition 6 available in Hardcover
Strategic Management: Competitiveness and Globalization, Cases, 4e consists of 40 cases representing a myriad of strategy topics and types of firms and industries. The authors have meticulously reviewed hundreds of cases to create this outstanding package. These cases along with those available through CaseNet and Thomson Custom Publishing are completely customizable to fit your course needs.
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About the Author
Michael Hitt is a University Distinguished Professor Emeritus at Texas A&M University and a Distinguished Research Fellow at Texas Christian University. Michael received his Ph.D. from the University of Colorado. He has coauthored or coedited 26 books and authored or coauthored many journal articles. A recent article listed him as one of the 10 most cited authors in management over a 25-year period. The Times Higher Education 2010 listed him among the top scholars in economics, finance and management based on the number of highly cited articles he has authored. A recent article in the Academy of Management Perspectives lists him as one of the top two management scholars in terms of the combined impact of his work both inside (i.e., citations in scholarly journals) and outside of academia. He has served on the editorial review boards of multiple journals and is a former editor of the Academy of Management Journal and a former coeditor of the Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal. He received the 1996 Award for Outstanding Academic Contributions to Competitiveness and the 1999 Award for Outstanding Intellectual Contributions to Competitiveness Research from the American Society for Competitiveness. He is a fellow in the Academy of Management and in the Strategic Management Society, a research fellow in the Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers and received an honorary doctorate from the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. He is a former president of both the Academy of Management and of the Strategic Management Society and a member of the Academy of Management's Journals' Hall of Fame. He received awards for the best article published in the Academy of Management Executive (1999), Academy of Management Journal (2000), the Journal of Management (2006), and the Family Business Review (2012).
R. Duane Ireland is a University Distinguished Professor and holder of the Conn Chair in New Ventures Leadership in the Mays Business School, Texas A&M University. He teaches strategic management courses at all levels. He has more than 200 publications. His research, which focuses on diversification, innovation, corporate entrepreneurship, strategic entrepreneurship, and the informal economy, has been published in an array of journals. He has served as a member of multiple editorial review boards and is a former editor of the Academy of Management Journal. He has been a guest editor for 12 special issues of journals. He is a past president of the Academy of Management. Dr. Ireland is a fellow of the Academy of Management and a fellow of the Strategic Management Society. He is a research fellow in the Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers and received an award in 1999 for Outstanding Intellectual Contributions to Competitiveness Research from the American Society for Competitiveness. He received the Falcone Distinguished Entrepreneurship Scholar Award from Syracuse University in 2005, the USASBE Scholar in Corporate Entrepreneurship Award from USASBE in 2004, and the Riata Distinguished Entrepreneurship Scholar award from Oklahoma State University in 2014. He received awards for the best article published in Academy of Management Executive (1999), the Academy of Management Journal (2000) and the Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship (2010). He received an Association of Former Students Distinguished Achievement Award for Research from Texas A&M University (2012). In 2014, Dr. Ireland was listed as a Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researcher (a listing of the world's most influential researchers) and he was also listed as one of The World's Most Influential Scientific Minds (a listing of the top cited researchers in science around the globe).
Robert E. Hoskisson is the George R. Brown Chair of Strategic Management at the Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business, Rice University. He received his Ph.D. from the University of California-Irvine. Dr. Hoskisson's research topics focus on corporate governance, acquisitions and divestitures, corporate and international diversification, and cooperative strategy. He teaches courses in corporate and international strategic management, cooperative strategy, and strategy consulting. He has coauthored 26 books, including recent books on business strategic and competitive advantage. Professor Hoskisson has served on several editorial boards for such publications as the Strategic Management Journal (current Associate Editor), Academy of Management Journal (Consulting Editor), Journal of International Business Studies (Consulting Editor), Journal of Management (Associate Editor) and Organization Science. His research has appeared in over 130 publications including the Strategic Management Journal, Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Organization Science, Journal of Management, Academy of Management Perspective, Academy of Management Executive, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Business Venturing, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, California Management Review, and Journal of World Business.He is a fellow of the Academy of Management and a charter member of the Academy of Management Journal's Hall of Fame. He is also a fellow of the Strategic Management Society and has received awards from the American Society for Competitiveness and the William G. Dyer Alumni award from the Marriott School of Management, Brigham Young University. He completed three years of service as Representative-at-Large for the Board of Governors of the Academy of Management and currently serves as past president and is on the Executive Committee of Board of Directors of the Strategic Management Society.
Table of ContentsIntroduction: Preparing an Effective Case Analysis. 1. ABB in China: 1998. 2. Adidas. 3. Banking on the Internet: The Advance Bank in Germany. 4. Alcoholes de Centroamerica, S.A. de C.V. 5. Amazon.com: Expanding Beyond Books. 6. Beano's Ice Cream Shop. 7. Ben & Jerry's Homemade Inc.: "Yo! I am Your CEO!" 8. Benecol: Raisio's Global Nutriceutical. 9. The Boeing Company: The Merger with McDonnell Douglas. 10. BP-Mobil and the Restructuring of the Oil Refining Industry. 11. British Airways: Latin America. 12. Circus Circus Enterprises, Inc. 1998. 13. Cisco Systems, Inc. 14. Cognex Corporation: "Work Hard, Play Hard." 15. Compaq in Crisis. 16. Enersis: Global Strategy in the Electric Power Sector. 17. Internal Entrepreneurship at Ericsson: Finding Opportunities and Mobilizing Talent. 18. E*Trade, Charles Schwab and Yahoo!: The Transformation of On-line Brokerage. 19. FEMSA Meets the 21st Century. 20. Fleming Companies, Inc.: Year 2000 (Y2K) Compliance: The Communications Debacle. 21. Gillette and the Men's Wet-Shaving Market. 22. Kiwi Travel International Airlines Ltd. 23. KUVO Radio: Marketing an Oasis. 24. LEGO. 25. The Lincoln Electric Company, 1996. 26. The Loewen Group. 27. Madd Snowboards - 1999. 28. Mendoccino Brewing Company, Inc. - 1996. 29. Nuco Corp. and the U.S. Steel Industry. 30. Odwalla, Inc., and the E. Coli Outbreak. 31. Outback Goes International. 32. Philip Morris. 33. Southwest Airlines, 1996. 34. Starbucks. 35. The Stone Group's Diversification Strategy: "Caught Between a Rock and a Hard Place." 36. Sun Microsystems, Inc. 37. The Merger of U.S. Bancorp and Piper Jaffray Companies. 38. Wall Street Journal:Print versus Interactive. 39. Walt Disney Co. 40. Western Pacific Airlines.