Hypercompetition

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Product Details

Price
$53.00
Publisher
Free Press
Publish Date
Pages
448
Dimensions
6.4 X 9.51 X 1.2 inches | 1.68 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780029069387

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About the Author

Richard A. D'Aveni (Ph.D., Columbia University) teaches business strategy at the Amos Tuck School at Dartmouth College and consults for several Fortune 500 corporations. He received the A.T. Kearney Award for his research on why big companies fail, and has been profiled as one of the next generation's promising new management thinkers by Wirtschafts Woche, Germany's equivalent to Business Week.

Reviews

William F. Achtmeyer Managing Director, The Parthenon Group D'Aveni has captured the essence of strategy for the 1990s and the new millennia.
Donald C. Hambrick Samuel Bronfman Professor of Democratic Business Enterprise, Columbia University D'Aveni advances strategic thinking to the dynamic, give-and-take world that actually confronts company executives.
Robert C. Purcell, Jr. Executive in Charge, Corporate Strategy Development, General Motors Corporation D'Aveni has clearly broken some new ground with this book. He has effectively challenged many of the 'accepted truths' in the world of competitive strategy.
Paul N. Clark President, Pharmaceutical Products Division, Abbott Laboratories As a participant in an industry that is changing very rapidly, I enjoyed the numerous examples of how others are coping with fast-paced change.
David J. Ravenscraft Professor of Business Administration, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Once every decade or two, a book identifies the path to the next generation of thinking. This is such a book.
George B. Taylor Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies, The Wharton School A matchless contribution, so timely, so relevant, so close to the reality of today's competition that no manager can ignore it.
Kenji Wada General Manager, Human Resources, Sony Corporation I found his discussion of the organization refreshing. Hyper-competitionis filled with suggestions invaluable in redesigning a company.