Competitive Strategies for Growth
Publisher: lardbucket.org 2011
Number of pages: 199
The development of competitive strategy is difficult because there are a lot of moving parts, as well as hundreds of frameworks, that might potentially guide the effort. Executives appreciate how the 3-Circle model simplifies the integration of customer, firm, and competitor analysis to generate growth strategies. It also provides a common language and process for understanding and explaining competitive advantage and for identifying profitable growth strategy.
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by James Rowe - BookBoon
This book introduces some of the key writers, ideas, models and approaches in Strategic Management. Hopefully the book will bring together ideas and models from other areas of business and management study to support the planning of strategy.
by Michael Boland - University of Minnesota
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by John Blakemore - MASC Pty Limited
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by Jeff Wright - US Coast Guard
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