Strategic Supremacy: How Industry Leaders Create Growth, Wealth, and Power Through Spheres of Influence

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$22.95
Publisher
Free Press
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Pages
336
Dimensions
5.98 X 9.02 X 0.86 inches | 0.92 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781416576471

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About the Author

Richard A. D'Aveni, Professor of Strategic Management at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, is a leading expert on competitive strategy and high-growth companies and a popular speaker to audiences of senior executives in the United States, Asia, Europe, and Latin America. Fortune described his previous book Hypercompetition as the modern-day analogue to The Art of War.

Reviews

Ivan Seidenberg

President and Co-CEO, Verizon Communications

Provides a dynamic and flexible framework for managing in volatile technology-driven industries where new competitors can appear virtually overnight.
Peter Brabeck

CEO, Nestle S.A., Switzerland

A thought-provoking guide to the chess match that every CEO intuitively plays. I recommend it to every leader, marketer, and planner striving to reach superiority on the global or local chessboard.
J.T. Battenberg III

Chairman, President, and CEO, Delphi Automotive Systems Corp.

D'Aveni sees the world of strategy in such a unique way, and his perspective is very helpful to a global company like Delphi. I will recommend "Strategic Supremacy" to members of my staff.
Robert Hormats

Vice Chairman, Goldman Sachs International

A powerful competitive tool with an imaginative, compelling, and exceptional strategic approach....Enables the reader to visualize the role spheres of influence can play in creating successful business strategies.
Dr. Jeffrey Sonnenfeld

Associate Dean, Yale School of Management, and Founder and CEO, Chief Executive Leadership Institute, "The CEO College"

Transcends the simplistic Chicken Little strategic approaches that recommend you blow yourself up to save yourself in the face of change and chaos. Rather than assuming the sky is falling, D'Aveni reveals, through wisely analyzed cross-industry and longitudinal studies, how the underlying character of firms can lead to startlingly successful and varied approaches for marketplace triumphs.
Dr. Jeffrey Sonnenfeld Associate Dean, Yale School of Management, and Founder and CEO, Chief Executive Leadership Institute, "The CEO College" Transcends the simplistic Chicken Little strategic approaches that recommend you blow yourself up to save yourself in the face of change and chaos. Rather than assuming the sky is falling, D'Aveni reveals, through wisely analyzed cross-industry and longitudinal studies, how the underlying character of firms can lead to startlingly successful and varied approaches for marketplace triumphs.
Adrian Slywotzky Vice President, Mercer Management Consulting, Inc., and author of the bestselling book "The Profit Zone" D'Aveni is the Kissinger of corporate strategy. His highly original and imaginative work imports key ideas from the worlds of history and diplomacy to analyze and manage competitors and make decisions much more profitably.
Robert Hormats Vice Chairman, Goldman Sachs International A powerful competitive tool with an imaginative, compelling, and exceptional strategic approach....Enables the reader to visualize the role spheres of influence can play in creating successful business strategies.
Ivan Seidenberg President and Co-CEO, Verizon Communications Provides a dynamic and flexible framework for managing in volatile technology-driven industries where new competitors can appear virtually overnight.
Peter Brabeck CEO, Nestle S.A., Switzerland A thought-provoking guide to the chess match that every CEO intuitively plays. I recommend it to every leader, marketer, and planner striving to reach superiority on the global or local chessboard.
J.T. Battenberg III Chairman, President, and CEO, Delphi Automotive Systems Corp. D'Aveni sees the world of strategy in such a unique way, and his perspective is very helpful to a global company like Delphi. I will recommend "Strategic Supremacy" to members of my staff.