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eBook Strategy in Crisis: Why Business Needs a Completely New Approach ePub

by Michaelg de Kare-Silver

  • ISBN: 081471899X
  • Category: Management and Leadership
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Michaelg de Kare-Silver
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: NYU Press (October 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 320
  • ePub book: 1197 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1968 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 991

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Michael De Kare-Silver pinpoints a number of key facts underplayed or overlooked by conventional strategic management thinking. This ability to redefine conventional business boundaries and ways of adding value will play a major role in strategic success.

Michael De Kare-Silver pinpoints a number of key facts underplayed or overlooked by conventional strategic management thinking. Dr Tony Grundy, Senior lecturer, Cranfield School of Management. There is nothing more important in building businesses than sound and innovative strategic thinking. I found Strategy in Crisis a fresh and important contribution to this crucial subject. Bruce Crawford, President and Chief Executive Officer, Omnicom.

In Strategy in Crisis, Michael de Kare-Silver offers a unique model for corporate strategic planning. His "Market Commitment" model focuses on competitive advantage in performance, service, emotional connection with customers, and price

In Strategy in Crisis, Michael de Kare-Silver offers a unique model for corporate strategic planning. His "Market Commitment" model focuses on competitive advantage in performance, service, emotional connection with customers, and price.

In Strategy in Crisis, Michael de Kare-Silver offers. Business Business & Investing Economics Management Management & Leadership Planning & Forecasting Systems & Planning. Recently Viewed and Featured. Music and Manners in France and Germany: A Series of Travelling Sketches of Art and Society; Volume 1.

De Kare-Silver, M. (1997). Strategy in crisis: why business urgently needs a completely new approach. These labels, and what lies behind them provide the building blocks of a new model of strategy as a dynamic process. This process involves. the formation of strategic intent, the alignment of action with intent, and the response to emerging issues, as well as the learning which is deeply implicated in all three (Fig.

Why business urgently needs a completely new approach. by Michael de. Kare-Silver. Published 1997 by Macmillan.

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This book provides that framework in the form of The Market Commitment Model

This book provides that framework in the form of The Market Commitment Model. This places commitment to future success as central, supported by exceptional service, emotion and total immersion in the market place: knowing your customers so well you can anticipate their future needs. This new strategy model will help companies lift themselves to a new level of advantage, growth and profitability in the late 1990s and beyond. Library descriptions.

According to de Kare Silver (1997) . The books included textbooks and other substantial mainstream works.

According to de Kare Silver (1997), managers are not happy with existing tools and seek new ones that apply more specically to their business situation at the same time as being simple to use and meeting their needs in a measurable fashion. (1997), Strategy in Crisis: Why Business Urgently Needs a Completely New Approach, Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Companies have forgotten the art of strategic thinking. Existing strategic models, established decades ago, are obsolete in the current economy. Without the appropriate strategy tools, management has turned inward on issues such as reengineering and has relied upon shorter term market perspectives. As a result companies around the globe have failed or lost substantial parts of their market shares.

In Strategy in Crisis, Michael de Kare-Silver offers a unique model for corporate strategic planning. His "Market Commitment" model focuses on competitive advantage in performance, service, emotional connection with customers, and price. It instructs companies on how to develop a long term vision along with the necessary commitment to see it through, and demonstrates the link between a company's ability to connect with its customers and its ability to anticipate new opportunities.

A must-read for business people at all levels, Strategy in Crisis provides companies with a roadmap to the specific and sometimes new sources of competitive advantage that will drive future growth and success.