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Business Ethics and Strategy Volumes I and II
(The International Library of Essays in Public and Professional Ethics) by Singer and Alan E. Singer (Hardcover - April 28, 2007). Ashgate Pub Co (April 28, 2007). Information  

Business Process Management: Strategic Integration In A Web-enabled Environment (Management Briefings Executive Series) by Margaret May (Paperback - Dec 31, 2002). Financial Times Management (December 31, 2002).
Business Process Management: Integration in a web-enabled environment provides you with a practical briefing and explains what a web-enabled organization looks like and what is required to build and manage the necessary end-to-end processes. Discussing both the technology and the new practices, it offers practical guidance on how to analyze your existing business processes, how to re-engineer them and successful implementation, as well as the role of finance. Information  

Fundamentals of Business Strategy (SAGE Library in Business and Management) by Mie Augier and David J Teece (Hardcover - Mar 3, 2008). Sage Publications Ltd; Six-Volume Set edition (March 3, 2008).
This collection of selected papers provides a range of fundamental readings in strategic management. The collection covers basic and advanced topics and includes selections from both traditional masters in the field as well as writings by contemporary authors. Information  

Growth Strategies for Software Companies by Aspatore Books Staff (Ring-bound - Mar 1, 2006). Aspatore Books (March 1, 2006).
This collection of over 3,600 pages of best practices material is the definitive resource for software executives and an incredible resource that will have a direct financial impact on successfully growing your software business - and all major events you face along the way such as management team compensation, valuations, exit strategies, product development, working with financial partners and more. The collection features the largest collection of best practices on software company management strategies available exclusively in this collection - written by 50 CEOs of leading software companies (such as Hyperion, Reynolds & Reynolds, Quark, JDA Software Group, Sybase, Kronos), 50 entrepreneurs of the fastest growing startups, 50 top technology venture capitalists, and software and technology lawyers worldwide. Within these pages lies a wealth of critical information, which every software company executive should have at their fingertips – and is guaranteed to make an immediate impact and pay for themselves time and again. In addition, the collection features examples of 50+ legal documents which have a significant impact on software companies (such as licensing and financing documents), as well as a plethora of expert analysis and indispensable advice on negotiation points and tactics, guaranteed to have a significant impact on decisions that affect the bottom line of your company. Information  

Innovation as Strategic Reflexivity (Routledge Advances in Management & Business Studies) by Jon Sundbo (Hardcover - May 20, 2002). Routledge; 1 edition (May 20, 2002).
This book presents a new view of innovation, seeking to disclose how strategic reflexivity is embodied in specific innovation practices and management roles. From an evolutionary point of view, the contributors argue that firms and organizations are increasingly forced to take into account the growing complexity of the environment. To do this, they must create strategies that interpret external expectations, but also deal with the internal reflexivity processes caused by innovation. The way to bridge between strategy and innovation, they suggest, is through strategic reflexivity. Information 

Measuring Organizational Performance: Metrics for Entrepreneurship And Strategic Management Research by Robert B. Carton and Charles W. Hofer (Hardcover - Jan 7, 2007). Edward Elgar Publishing (January 7, 2007).
There is great discussion but little consensus on the best measures of organizational performance. This book redresses this imbalance. Measuring Organizational Performance offers a framework with which to better understand the implications of selecting variables for use in both empirical studies and practice where organizational financial performance is the critical issue. Information  

Pricing Tactics, Strategies, and Outcomes (Business Economics Series) by Michael Waldman and Justin P. Johnson (Hardcover - May 7, 2007). Edward Elgar Publishing (May 7, 2007).
The economics literature on pricing and pricing tactics has made huge progress in the last few decades mostly due to the influence of the asymmetric information and game theory revolutions in microeconomic theory. This authoritative two volume collection brings together some classic contributions which predate these revolutions, and older and newer papers which have employed these modern techniques to further our understanding of how pricing works in real world settings. Pricing Tactics, Strategies, and Outcomes approaches the subject mainly from the theoretical perspective, but includes also some important empirical papers. Information 

Strategic Management by John Pearce and Richard Robinson (Hardcover - Mar 19, 2008). McGraw-Hill/Irwin; 11 edition (March 19, 2008). Information

Strategic Marketing: An Introduction by Tony Proctor (Library Binding - Sep 8, 2000). Routledge; 1 edition (September 8, 2000).
Examines the nature of competitive marketing strategy and points to the need to adopt new marketing practices in order to meet the demands of business opportunities in the twenty-first century. The subjects covered include marketing strategy; the customer in the market place; analyzing the business environment; targeting and positioning; and marketing mix strategy. Information  

Strategy and Performance Three Volume Set (With CD-ROM) by Michael Bourne, John Mills, Andy Neely, and Ken Platts (Paperback - Jun 15, 2002). Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (June 15, 2002).
This unique industry guide consists of a three-volume set which explains in practical terms how to develop effective manufacturing strategy for your business, how to measure the performance of your processes and procedures, and how to assess and manage the capabilities of your business to provide a sustainable competitive advantage. Worksheets, examples and practical advice are included throughout, and a CD provided with the set contains printable versions of the worksheets, plus implementation advice and background material. Information 


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