A Very Short, Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap Book About Studying Strategy
- Chris Carter - University of Edinburgh, UK, Edinburgh University, UK
- Stewart R Clegg - The University of Sydney
- Martin Kornberger - University of Edinburgh, UK
A Very Short, Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap Book about Studying Strategy is a welcoming, lively, and thought provoking account of strategy. It helps students get to grips with strategy's key issues and broad debates and introduce them to the latest ideas that won't yet have been covered in the classroom.
Organized into three sections, concepts are made really accessible as the authors first recap the history of strategy as an academic discipline, then evaluate major schools of strategic thought, and conclude by critiquing the latest developments in strategic research.
Anyone studying strategy at the undergraduate or graduate level who wants to revise and stretch their subject knowledge should go and buy a copy of this book.
good for incorporating different studying strategies when planning for teching a course but not a book for the students in this area.
brilliant summary of the the topic
As the title sugust a short book which is simply a condensed on strategy managment. It does little to inform about any practical approaches to applying strategy. The book will be of use to college students looking for a concise overview of theory. at the end I would like conclud to that it's a nice book . It covers most of the points of Strategic management.
However, the language is bit hard to read by a non English-speaker.
A very good book which provides a brief account of the main schools in strategic management and its historic development.
A very nice book that offers a brief overview of the main schools of thought in strategic management and its historical development.
Although an introduction, useful as students at degree level have an opportunity to start with this, and build up to applied case studies.