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From resource allocation to strategy

Author: Bower, Joseph L. ; Gilbert, Clark G.Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP) 2005.Language: EnglishDescription: 482 p. : Ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0199277443Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and indexContents Note: Includes chapters by Yves Doz "Linking resource allocation to strategy", p.3-25 and "Resource allocation processes in multidimensional organizations: MNCs and alliances", p. 365-392
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Includes bibliographical references and index

Includes chapters by Yves Doz "Linking resource allocation to strategy", p.3-25 and "Resource allocation processes in multidimensional organizations: MNCs and alliances", p. 365-392

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From Resource Allocation to Strategy Contents List of Figures List of Tables List of Contributors and Affiliations Part I. Introduction to the Resource Allocation Process 1. Linking Resource Allocation to Strategy Joseph L. Bower, Yves L. Doz, Clark G. Gilbert 2. Modeling the Resource Allocation Process Joseph L. Bower 3. The Role of Strategy Making in Organizational Evolution Robert A. Burgelman 4. Anomaly-Seeking Research: Thirty Years of Theory Development in Resource Allocation Theory Clark G. Gilbert, Clayton M. Christensen Part II. When the Bottom-up Process Fails 5. When the Bottom-up Resource Allocation Process Fails Donald N. Sull 6. Customer Power, Strategic Investment, and the Failure of Leading Firms Clayton M. Christensen, Joseph L. Bower xiv xvi xviii 3 26 38 71 93 99 7. No Exit: The Failure of Bottom-up Strategic Processes and the Role of Top-down Disinvestment Donald N. Sull 8. The Process of International Expansion: Comparing Established Firms and Entrepreneurial Start-ups Walter Kuemmerle Part III. Restoring the Bottom-up Process 9. Restoring the Bottom-up Process of Resource Allocation Clark G. Gilbert 10. Strategy Making as an Iterated Process of Resource Allocation Tomo Noda, Joseph L. Bower 11. Beyond Resource Allocation: How Definition and Impetus Interact to Shape Strategic Outcomes Clark G. Gilbert Part IV. The Need for Top-down Intervention 12. Corporate Intervention in Resource Allocation Thomas R. Eisenmann 13. The Entrepreneurial M-Form: A Case Study of Strategic Integration in a Global Media Company Thomas R. Eisenmann, Joseph L. Bower 14. Strategic Flexibility: Corporate-level Real Options as a Response to Uncertainty in the Pursuit of Strategic Integration Michael E. Raynor 15. Resource Allocation Processes in Multidimensional Organizations: MNCs and Alliances Yves L. Doz Part V. Outside Commentaries on the RAP Perspective 16. Resource Allocation, Strategy, and Organization: An Economist's Thoughts John Roberts 135 176 207 213 269 299 307 330 365 395 17. Comments on the Resource Allocation Process Daniel A. Levinthal 18. Research Complementarities: A Resource-Based View of the Resource Allocation Process Model (and Vice Versa) Margaret A. Peteraf 19. CEO as Change Agent? Joel M. Podolny Part VI. Conclusion 20. A Revised Model of the Resource Allocation Process Joseph L. Bower, Clark G. Gilbert Index 403 409 427 439 457

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