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Although it is impossible to include in one volume the full breadth of ideas under discussion in the area of strategic management, the editors have selected contributions that offer interesting food for thought in three currently crucial strategic conversations: Strategy - demonstrates the diversity of research topics in strategy. Structure - addresses how organizational structure can help/hinder corporate strategy. Style - management or corporate--is not often discussed directly in strategic management literature, though its presence and effects are pervasive. Strategy, Structure and Style addresses another of the Strategic Management Society's primary concerns--how to build and maintain bridges between management theory and business practice.

Author Biography

About the Editors Howard Thomas is Dean of the College of Commerce and Business Administration at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and James F. Towey Professor of Strategic Management at UIUC. He became Dean in May 1992, after serving as Interim Dean since August 1991. Prior to this he was Foundation Professor of Management at the Australian Graduate School of Management, AGSM, Australia's National Business School in Sydney, New South Wales, and Director of the Doctoral Program at London Business School, England. He is internationally recognized as one of the leading experts in the field of strategic management theory. He serves on the editorial boards of various management journals and is Vice President of Publications and President-Elect for the Strategic Management Society and has published widely in the areas of corporate and competitive strategy. He has an international reputation as a consultant in strategy and serves on a number of boards. Donald E. O'Neal, MBA and PhD (Business Administration), University of Illinois is an Assistant Professor of Management at the University of Illinois at Springfield. After a successful business career, including management positions in engineering and sales, and, latterly, as Vice President of Human Resources, he studied for a doctorate in strategic management at UIUC. His interests include research in corporate governance, and consulting in the areas of strategy and leadership. Michel Ghertman, PhD is a Professor of Strategic Management and International Business at the HEC Graduate School of Management in Paris, France. He serves as a consultant to multinational firms on their global strategies and national operations. He has been Visiting Professor at the London and Manchester Business Schools, the University of California at Berkeley and at HEC Lausanne. He has also published twelve other titles in both English and French and was Chair at the SMS conference where the ideas for this volume first originated.
Release date NZ
March 21st, 1997
Edited by Don O'Neal Edited by Howard Thomas Edited by Michel Ghertman
Country of Publication
United States
John Wiley & Sons Inc
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