This is a new overview of the strategy field, with internationally renowned contributors summarizing the latest directions and developments in strategic management theory in the context of their theoretical roots in economics, organization theory, and systems theory.
The contributors outline the most promising new directions on the basis of a systemic treatment of paradigms or schools of thought in strategy: redrawing firm boundaries, developing dynamic capabilities and discovering viable strategy configurations.
The volume will be an invaluable companion to advanced courses in strategy and management, used as a reader alongside case material and field studies. As well as providing a summary and evaluation of the different
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THEORY SCHOOLS AND PRACTICE
Thoughts on Schools
The Role of the Strategist
What Makes Time Strategic?
Fragmentation in Strategic Management
The Elusive Search for Integration
The Boundary Decision in Strategy
Strategic Learning in a Knowledgeintensive Organization
The State of Art of the Dynamic Capabilities School
A Framework for a Managerial Understanding
Strategy Configurations in the Evolution of Markets
Configurations and the Firm in Current Strategic Management
Modularity and Dynamic Capabilities