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eBook Global Competitive Strategy ePub

by Daniel F. Spulber

  • ISBN: 0521367980
  • Category: Business and Finance
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Daniel F. Spulber
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (July 14, 2011)
  • Pages: 306
  • ePub book: 1920 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1148 kb
  • Other: lrf mobi docx lrf
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 893

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Global Competitive Strategy shows how we can do this by providing a unique set of strategic tools for international business. Such tools include the 'star analysis' that allows strategy makers to integrate geographic information with market information about the global business environment.

Global Competitive Strategy shows how we can do this by providing a unique set of strategic tools for international business.

Xiv, 290 pages : 26 cm. "Globalization fundamentally changes the game of business. Strategic frameworks developed for the analysis of purely domestic business necessarily fall short in the international business context

Xiv, 290 pages : 26 cm. Strategic frameworks developed for the analysis of purely domestic business necessarily fall short in the international business context. Managers and business students require new approaches to understand and cope with these far-reaching changes. Global Competitive Strategy shows how we can do this by providing a unique set of strategic tools for international business.

Ideas in Spulber's book are presented clearly.

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Global Competitive Strategy (Hardback). Wolfgang Gick, Journal of Economic Geography "In our fiercely competitive global landscape, it is critical to stay several steps ahead of the trends, markets and technologies that ensure success. Global Competitive Strategy provides managers with a highly valuable guide to business strategy in the global economy. Dr. James W. Owens, Chairman and CEO, Caterpillar, Inc. "Managers face competitive challenges in the best of times, but globalization raises the level of those challenges exponentially.

Globalization has fundamentally changed the game of business. Managers and business students require alternative approaches to understand and cope with these far-reaching changes.

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This book provides a comprehensive and integrated approach to management strategy that is based on economics. Spulber (born January 31, 1953) is the Elinor Hobbs Distinguished Professor of International Business and professor of strategy at the Kellogg School of Management (Northwestern University). Spulber (born January 31, 1953) is the Elinor Hobbs Distinguished Professor of International Business and professor of strategy at the Kellogg School of Management (Northwestern University), where he has taught since 1990.

Globalization has fundamentally changed the game of business. Strategic frameworks developed for the analysis of purely domestic business necessarily fall short in the international business context. Managers and business students require alternative approaches to understand and cope with these far-reaching changes. We must learn to think globally in order to succeed. Global Competitive Strategy shows how we can do this by providing a unique set of strategic tools for international business. Such tools include the 'star analysis' that allows strategy makers to integrate geographic information with market information about the global business environment. Also introduced is the 'global value connection' that shows managers how to account for the gains from trade and the costs of trade. Aimed at MBA students taking courses in international strategy, consultants and practising managers with responsibility for strategic development, this 2007 book offers a comprehensive strategic framework for gaining competitive advantage in the global marketplace.

Comments

artman artman
Got this only because of a class I was taking.

It has the basics of global strategy. However, don't expect massive insights. It's good for a basic understanding only.
Liarienen Liarienen
This book tries to describe corporate strategy, but stays on an elusive level. The author has the idea of a global company as some kind of middleman, finding supply in some countries and finding demand in other countries. He considers this a totally novel concept. A bit hyperbolic, but a nice start of the book. However, his efforts fall rather flat when he fails to follow through and develop his idea further.
* His theory talks about companies in different countries, not individual companies. He totally avoids individual product markets and a detailed discussion of competitors.
* The author states that the low cost / differentiation dichotomy is no longer valid, but he does not provide a replacement.
* The one idea of a global middleman, clearly does not fit all companies, even though the author gives that impression.

Half of the book consists of some case studies of companies. These are very descriptive and do not really elaborate on the theory in the first half of the book. Two stars.