Springer, 16 feb. 2016 - 236 páginas
This book is the founding work on Strategic Management, a concept that lies at the core of modern business. It has a focus upon the behaviour of complex organizations in turbulent environments and upon what determines success. The book is a ground-breaking approach to modelling strategic capability and strategic choice that has influenced an entire generation of managers and strategists. It remains a key work on strategy.
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THE OVERALL FRAMEWORK
THE ENVIRONMENT IN A HISTORICAL
MODEL OF BUDGETING BEHAVIOR
MODEL OF ENVIRONMENTAL TURBULENCE
ASPIRATIONS AND CULTURE
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activity aggressiveness aspiration behavior aspiration level aspiration trigger attributes become business firms capability change-seeking Chapter commercial complexity creative crisis critical mass depends determined discontinuous discussed dominant entrepreneurial environment Environmental scanning environmental turbulence example exploring extrapolation filter function future growth historical HYPOTHESIS impact increasingly individuals industry inertia internal level of aspirations level of turbulence limited major management by objectives managerial marketing match measure ment non-profits not-for-profits occurs operating optimal organization organizational past perception perception filter performance aspirations power structure predict preferences pressure problem-solving problems production profit progressively reactive resistance response result role satisficers satisficing social social inertia stable stable/reactive strategic action potential strategic adaptation strategic behavior strategic budget strategic change strategic choice strategic culture strategic decision strategic leader strategic leadership strategic management strategic planning strategic shift strategic thrust strategic trigger subsidy success survival technocracy theory turbulence level typically