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The Nature of the large corporation

Author: Rumelt, Richard P. ; Stopford, J. MINSEAD Area: Strategy Series: Working Paper ; 96/06/SM Publisher: Fontainebleau : INSEAD 1996.Language: EnglishDescription: 31 p.Type of document: INSEAD Working Paper Online Access: Click here Abstract: The large corporation is the productive engine of the modern industrial world. The contemporary view of the corporation sees is not as an agglomeration of assets or contracts, but as a holder of specialized resources - rights, reputations, routines, and competencies. The very size of large corporations signals the presence of unusual concentrations of these specialized resources. The corporation's organization is both the repositary of special competencies and the agent for the creation of new resources. Hence the critical distinctive feature of the modern large corporation is its organizational form
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The large corporation is the productive engine of the modern industrial world. The contemporary view of the corporation sees is not as an agglomeration of assets or contracts, but as a holder of specialized resources - rights, reputations, routines, and competencies. The very size of large corporations signals the presence of unusual concentrations of these specialized resources. The corporation's organization is both the repositary of special competencies and the agent for the creation of new resources. Hence the critical distinctive feature of the modern large corporation is its organizational form

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