Foundations in strategic management
South-Western College, 1998 - Business & Economics - 173 pages
Based on a traditional approach to teaching Strategic Management, this text provides students with a concise yet comprehensive foundation and instructors with room to supplement with material of their choosing. With their text Strategic Management of Organizations and Stakeholders, 2e coming out concurrently with this abbreviated text, Harrison and St. John are proven writers in their field, able to successfully condense the subject matter without compromising on quality or depth. Their comprehensive text is also offered in a Cases version with accompanying case notes, making a perfect companion for the smaller Foundations.
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