Foundations of Corporate Success: How Business Strategies Add Value

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GENERAL INDEX
Note: Entries in bold type are also listed in the Glossary (pp. 371-6)
Aaker, D. A.100
Abbott, K.319
Abell, D. F.143
Abernathy, W. J.112 n., 124 n., 347
accountancy 93, 99, 193, 200, 227, 266
international 88, 145, 149
major firms 137
Ackoff, R. L.357
acquisitions 13, 145, 155-7, 198, 207, 338
and competitive advantage167
conglomerate154, 158
emphasis on 366
financial issues in 150
generating immediate profits after 60
most common means of entry into new markets 144
rapid growth in Europe146-7
related/unrelated 149
Active Line sportswear 97
Adams, Stanley85
added value19-32, 63-4, 311, 345
accruing to incumbents 146
appropriability of 181-3, 322; government and 183-6
banks and 69-70, 198
champagne 296, 301
competitive advantage and 193, 195-7, 202, 207, 208, 209, 210-17
creation of 63-4, 179, 190, 226, 272
designer labels and 297
distinctive capabilities and 160
distribution of 69, 93, 189, 294
jointly established 273
leveraged 142
limited 113, 163
loss of 228
lower ratios to net output 313
maximizing 236
mergers and 145, 147, 148, 149, 155, 157
national economies 327, 328, 330
negotiation and 188
organizational knowledge and 73
private, through arbitrage 324
wealth creation and 322-4
added value statements 3-7, 31, 211-17, 227, 295
adhocracy 77, 354
advertising 92, 100 n., 247, 248, 317, 318
agencies 4, 12-13, 252
branding and 251-66, 303
as a game 257
as information 255-6
role in competitive strategy 255
slogans 7, 8, 10, 20, 304
strategy 6
Advisory Committee on Science and Technology169
Africa82, 311
aggregated rebates 123
Agnew, J. H.143
agreements 188, 224, 288
cartel 287
distribution 234
formal or informal 236
tacit 241
aircraft 101-2, 104, 141, 146, 165
airlines 224-6, 262, 297-300 passim, 305-19 passim
charter 288, 300
civil 115, 120
concern for reputation 323
costs 293, 294
CRSs (computerized reservation systems) 175, 291, 297, 317
domestic, policy for 242-3
European 287-8, 289, 292, 294; added value statements ( 1989) 295
focused139, 230
incumbent317
international 244, 265, 304
price differentials 236
regulated 188
tariffs 228-9
value chains 293
airports 297, 300 see also Gatwick; Heathrow
Akerlof, G. A.85 n., 99
Albert, Michel191 n., 334 n., 367
Alberts, W. W.124
Alchian, A.49 n., 60 n., 281
alcoholic drinks 232

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Foreword iii
  • Preface vi
  • Contents xi
  • List of Figures xiii
  • List of Tables xiv
  • List of Tables xv
  • I - Corporate Success 1
  • Chapter 1 - The Structure of Strategy 3
  • Chapter 2 - Adding Value 19
  • II - Business Relationships 31
  • Chapter 3 - Co-Operation and Co-Ordination 33
  • Chapter 4 - Relationships and Contracts 50
  • III - Distinctive Capabilities 63
  • Chapter 5 - Architecture 66
  • Chapter 6 - Reputation 87
  • Chapter 7 - Innovation 101
  • Chapter 8 - Strategic Assets 113
  • IV - From Distinctive Capabilities to Competitive Advantage 125
  • Chapter 9 - Markets 127
  • Chapter 10 - Mergers 144
  • Chapter 11 - Sustainability 160
  • Chapter 12 - Appropriability 181
  • Chapter 13 - The Value of Competitive Advantage 192
  • Added Value Statements 211
  • V - Competitive Strategies 219
  • Chapter 14 - Pricing and Positioning, 1 221
  • Chapter 15 - Pricing and Positioning, 2 235
  • Chapter 16 - Advertising and Branding 251
  • Chapter 17 - Vertical Relationships 267
  • VI - The Strategic Audit 283
  • Chapter 18 - The Industry 285
  • Chapter 19 - The Firm 302
  • Chapter 20 - The Nation 320
  • VII - The Future of Strategy 335
  • Chapter 21 - A Brief History of Business Strategy 337
  • Chapter 22 - Conclusion 364
  • Value of the Ecu 369
  • Glossary 371
  • Bibliography 377
  • Index of Companies 395
  • General Index 399
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