Corporate Level Strategy: Theory and Applications

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Routledge, 13.04.2016 - 284 Seiten

The challenges faced by diversified corporations—firms that operate in more than one industry or market—have changed over the years. In this new edition, Olivier Furrer helps students of corporate strategy to consider the impact of critical changes in resources, businesses and headquarters roles on the firm’s ability for establishing and sustaining corporate advantage.

New to this edition are stimulating pedagogical features and additional material such as a new chapter on the theoretical foundations of multibusiness firms, along with a host of new examples from across the world.

A companion website supplements the book, providing PowerPoint slides, a test bank of questions, and lists of suggested case studies.

 

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Illustrations
Preface
Acknowledgements
What is corporate level strategy?
Why do multibusiness firms exist? Theoretical approaches to diversification
theoretical approaches
corporate level strategy
Defining the business
creating synergies
limits to the scope of the firm
managing the multibusiness firm
Organizing and structuring the multibusiness firm
coordinating the value chain
internal development mergers and acquisitions and strategic alliances
reducing the scope of the firm
global integration and local

creating corporate value
controlling top managers

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Über den Autor (2016)

Olivier Furrer is Chaired Professor of Marketing at the University of Fribourg in Switzerland and Visiting Professor at HEC Geneva, Switzerland and the University of Lille, France.

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