Value and Strategy: Competing Successfully in the Nineties

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Value AND Strategy
COMPETING SUCCESSFULLY IN THE NINETIES

Michael H. Shenkman

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QUORUM BOOKS New York Westport, Connecticut London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction: The Search for Strategy xi
  • Notes xix
  • Part I - The Value Process 1
  • 1 - Value as Experience and Decision 3
  • 2 - Value in Action: The Transaction 13
  • 2 Value in Action: The Transaction 21
  • 3 - Strategy and Creating Value from the Value Process to the Value Relationship 23
  • 4 - Turnover and the New World of Business 33
  • 5 - Creating the Market: Integration, Differentiation, and Competition 43
  • 6 - Position, Profit, and Strategy 51
  • Part II - The Business 63
  • 7 - The Business Organization 65
  • 8 - The Holographic Organization 77
  • 9 - Classical Organization Strategies 87
  • 11 - Capital and Management in Value Strategy 111
  • 12 - Production and the Value Relationship 121
  • 13 - Producing for Value 133
  • 14 - Value Relationships at Work: Co-Involvement 151
  • 15 - Management and Value Strategy 163
  • Conclusion 171
  • Notes 171
  • Glossary 173
  • Bibliography 179
  • Index 189
  • About the Author 197
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