The Oxford Handbook Of Strategy: A Strategy Overview and Competitive Strategy by David O. FaulknerThe Oxford Handbook Of Strategy: A Strategy Overview and Competitive Strategy by David O. Faulkner

The Oxford Handbook Of Strategy: A Strategy Overview and Competitive Strategy

EditorDavid O. Faulkner, Andrew Campbell

Paperback | June 20, 2006

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The Oxford Handbook of Strategy covers the key subject areas and issues currently under discussion in the field of strategy. It unites a team of contributors who are all authorities on the topic of their chapter. The handbook will be of considerable value to researchers, graduate students, andteachers whose interest in the subject area has advanced beyond that of the traditional textbooks, and to managers and consultants who seek an authoritative, accessible, and up-to-date discussion of the fundamentals of strategy. Chapters examine six key areas: Approaches to Strategy, Strategic Analysis and Formulation, Corporate Strategy; International Strategy; Strategies of Organizational Change; and Strategic Flexibility and Uncertainty.
David Faulkner is Professor of Strategy at the Royal Holloway School of Management, University of London. His specialist research area is International Cooperative Strategy and Acquisitions on which subject he has written, edited or co-authored a number of books. He is an Oxford educated economist by background and spent much of his ea...
Title:The Oxford Handbook Of Strategy: A Strategy Overview and Competitive StrategyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:1064 pages, 9.69 × 6.73 × 2.15 inPublished:June 20, 2006Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

1. D. O. Faulkner and A. Campbell: IntroductionPart I: Approaches to Strategy2. J. Kay, P. McKiernan, and D. O. Faulkner: The History of Strategy3. M. Slater: The Boundary of the Firm4. D. Barron: Evolutionary Theory5. R. Loveridge: Institutional Theory6. D. Teece: Technology Strategy7. P. Johnson: The Valuation of Strategies8. R. Grant: The Knowledge-based ApproachPart II: Strategic Analysis and Formulation9. R. Pitkethly: Analysing the Environment10. J. McGee: Strategic Groups11. R. G. Coyle: Scenario Planning12. R. Sanchez: Analysing Internal and Competitor Resources13. S. Tallman: Dynamic Capabilities14. C. Bowman: Strategy Formulation15. J. Child: Organizational Learning16. S. Segal-Horn: Strategy in Service OrganizationsPart III: Corporate Strategy17. M. Goold and K. Luchs: Diversification18. C. K. Prahalad and Y. Doz: The Rationale for Multibusiness Companies19. A. Campbell: The Role of the Centre20. R. Schoenberg: Mergers and Acquisitions21. D. O. Faulkner: Strategic Alliances and NetworksPart IV: International Strategy22. D. O. Faulkner: International Strategy23. A. Rugman and A. Verbeke: Global Strategy24. P. Buckley: The Multinational CorporationPart V: Strategies of Organizational Change25. R. Whipp: Managing Change26. P. McKiernan: Turnarounds27. R. Whittington: Organization Structure28. P. Williamson: Organization RenewalPart VI: Strategic Flexibility and Uncertainty29. J. H. Powell: Game Theory30. B. Kogut: A Real Options Framework31. H. Volberda: Strategic Flexibility

Editorial Reviews

`'... an all-star cast of contributors ... Faulkner and Campbell have created a coherent, comprehensive book that hits all of the big topics ... essential academic reference book[s] ... The handbook is well executed with strong editorial direction. Its breadth, depth and ambition are to beapplauded, and it sets a real benchmark for similar publications.''Supply Management