396 Seiten, Kartoniert, Format (B × H): 159 mm x 239 mm, Gewicht: 584 g
Reihe: Oxford Management Readers
Verlag: OXFORD UNIV PR
Foss Resources, Firms, and Strategies: A Reader in the Resource-Based PerspectiveStrategic management has been increasingly characterized by an emphasis on core competences. Firms are advised to divest unrelated businesses and return to core business. Moreover, competitive advantage is now increasingly seen as a matter of efficiently deploying scarce knowledge resources to product markets. Much of this change in emphasis has occurred because of the emergence of a unified and rigorous approach to strategy, often called the resource-based approach. This Reader brings together extracts from the seminal articles that created this dominant perspective in strategic management. It includes the pioneering work of Selznick, Penrose, and Chandler and more recent writing by Wernerfelt, Barney, Teece, and Prahalad and Hamel.
This new Reader brings together the key articles from all the big names in strategy of the resource-based perspective of the firm. In current teaching of business strategy growing attention is given to this view as a complement to the competitive postitioning analysis associated with the work of Michael Porter. Increasingly influential, this set of ideas encompasses and underpins the popular management writing on core competencies. This book will be an invaluable tool for teachers and students of business, economics, and management.
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