Items where Subject is "Corporate strategy"

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Birkinshaw, J (2017) Reflections on open strategy. Long Range Planning, 50 (3). pp. 423-426. ISSN 0024-6301 OPEN ACCESS

Birkinshaw, J and Ansari, S (2015) Understanding management models: going beyond what and why, to how work gets done in organizations. In: Business Model Innovation: The Organizational Dimension. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 85-103. ISBN 9780198701873

Birkinshaw, J and Mark, K (2015) Key MBA models: the 60+ models every manager and business student needs to know. FT Publishing International, London. ISBN 9781292016856

Birkinshaw, J and Ridderstrale, J (2017) Fast/forward : make your company fit for the future. Stanford University Press, Stanford, California. ISBN 9780804799539

Blomfield, Michael (2020) Essays on the horizontal (mis)alignment of incentives and the direction of innovation efforts. Doctoral thesis, University of London: London Business School.

Brahm, F, Parmigiani, A and Tarzijan, J (2021) Can firms be both broad and deep? Exploring interdependencies between horizontal and vertical firm scope. Journal of Management, 47 (5). pp. 1219-1254. ISSN 0149-2063 OPEN ACCESS

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Campbell, A, Whitehead, J, Alexander, M and Goold, M (2014) Strategy for the corporate level: where to invest, what to cut back and how to grow organisations with multiple divisions (2nd revised edition). Jossey Bass, San Francisco, Calif. ISBN 9781118818374

Cotter Salvado, Joao (2019) Essays on strategy and entrepreneurship communication. Doctoral thesis, University of London: London Business School.

Crilly, D (2019) Behavioral stakeholder theory. In: The Cambridge Handbook of Stakeholder Theory. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 250-255. ISBN 9781108123495

Crilly, D (2017) Time and Space in Strategy Discourse: Implications for Intertemporal Choice. Strategic Management Journal, 38 (12). pp. 2370-2389. ISSN 0143-2095 OPEN ACCESS

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Franks, J R, Mayer, C and Wagner, H F (2016) The survival of the weakest: flourishing family firms in Germany. Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, 27 (4). pp. 27-35. ISSN 1078-1196

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Gupta, Kamini (2017) Organizational pursuit of multiple performance goals-recommendations on strategy and structure. Doctoral thesis, University of London: London Business School.

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Jacobides, M G (2022) How to Compete When Industries Digitize and Collide: An Ecosystem Development Framework. California Management Review, 64 (3). pp. 99-123. ISSN 0008-1256 OPEN ACCESS

Jacobides, M G (2019) In the Ecosystem Economy, What’s Your Strategy? Harvard Business Review, 97 (5). pp. 128-137. ISSN 0017-8012

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Kacperczyk, O (2012) Opportunity structures in established firms: entrepreneurship versus intrapreneurship in mutal funds. Administrative Science Quarterly, 57 (3). pp. 484-521. ISSN 0001-8392

Kapacinskaite, A and Cunningham, C M (2019) Experimenting strategically: inter-firm relationships and “in the field” innovation. In: Academy of Management 2019 Annual Meeting, August 9-13, 2019, Boston, MA.

Kunisch, S, Menz, M and Birkinshaw, J (2019) Spatially dispersed corporate headquarters: a historical analysis of their prevalence, antecedents, and consequences. International Business Review, 28 (1). pp. 148-161. ISSN 0969-5931 OPEN ACCESS

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Lanzolla, G and Markides, C (2021) A Business Model View of Strategy. Journal of Management Studies, 58 (2). pp. 540-553. ISSN 0022-2380 OPEN ACCESS

Lee, Eucman (2015) Three essays on organization design competence. Doctoral thesis, University of London: London Business School.

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Mandal, Abhijit (2004) Evolution of competitive advantage from the dynamics and context of resources. Doctoral thesis, University of London: London Business School. OPEN ACCESS

Menz, M, Kunisch, S, Birkinshaw, J, Collis, D J, Foss, N J, Hoskisson, R E and Prescott, J E (2021) Corporate Strategy and the Theory of the Firm in the Digital Age. Journal of Management Studies, 58 (7). pp. 1695-1720. ISSN 0022-2380 OPEN ACCESS

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Papadakis, Vassilis (1993) Operational foundation of strategic investment decision making: contextual influence on process characteristics. Doctoral thesis, University of London: London Business School. OPEN ACCESS

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Sevcenko, Victoria (2018) Essays on the value creation and appropriation from human capital. Doctoral thesis, University of London: London Business School.

Sousa, Rui (2000) Quality management practice: universal or context dependent? an empirical investigation. Doctoral thesis, University of London: London Business School. OPEN ACCESS

Sull, D, Turconi, S, Sull, C and Yoder, J (2018) Turning strategy into results. MIT Sloan Management Review, 59 (3). pp. 1-12. ISSN 1532-9194

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Vermeulen, F (2017) Breaking bad habits: defy industry norms and reinvigorate your business. Harvard Business Review Press, Boston, Massachusetts. ISBN 9781633693821

Volberda, H W, Khanagha, S, Baden-Fuller, C, Mihalache, O R and Birkinshaw, J (2021) Strategizing in a digital world: Overcoming cognitive barriers, reconfiguring routines and introducing new organizational forms. Long Range Planning, 54 (5). ISSN 0024-6301 (In Press)

Voss, C A (2016) Strategically flexible production: the multi-focused manufacturing paradigm. a review and outlook. In: A Journey through Manufacturing and Supply Chain Strategy Research: a tribute to Professor Gianluca Spina. Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, pp. 41-69. ISBN 9783319311036

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Wang, Chao (2010) Service combinative capabilities and service operations strategy: formulation, process and antecedents. Doctoral thesis, University of London: London Business School. OPEN ACCESS

Wokurka, G, Banschbach, Y, Houlder, D and Jolly, R (2016) Digital culture - or why strategy and culture should eat breakfast together. In: Shaping the digital enterprise: trends and use cases in digital innovation and transformation. Springer, Berlin, pp. 109-120. ISBN 9783319409665

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Zeng, Ziqing (Richard) (2021) Essays on strategy disclosures. Doctoral thesis, University of London: London Business School.

Zimmerman, A and Birkinshaw, J (2016) Reconciling capabilities and ambidexterity theories: a multi-level perspective. In: Oxford Handbook of Dynamic Capabilities. Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 9780199678914

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