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SEVENTH

EDITION

CONTEMPORARY
STRATEGY
ANALYSIS
R O B E R T M. G R A N T

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PARTI INTRODUCTION
1 The Concept of Strategy
Introduction and Objectives
The Role of Strategy in Success
The Basic Framework for Strategy Analysis
A Brief History of Business Strategy
Strategic Management Today
The Role of Analysis in Strategy Formulation
Summary
Self-Study Questions
Notes

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PART II THE TOOLS OF STRATEGY ANALYSIS

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2 Goals, Values, and Performance

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Introduction and Objectives


Strategy as a Quest for Value
Strategy and Real Options
Putting Performance Analysis into Practice
Beyond Profit: Values and Social Responsibility
Summary
Self-Study Questions
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3 Industry Analysis: The Fundamentals


Introduction and Objectives
From Environmental Analysis to Industry Analysis
The Determinants of Industry Profit: Demand and Competition
Analyzing Industry Attractiveness
Applying Industry Analysis
Defining Industries: Where to Draw the Boundaries
From Industry Attractiveness to Competitive Advantage:
Identifying Key Success Factors

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Summary
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Further Topics in Industry and Competitive Analysis

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Introduction and Objectives


Extending the Five Forces Framework
The Contribution of Game Theory
Competitor Analysis
Segmentation Analysis
Strategic Groups
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Analyzing Resources and Capabilities

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Introduction and Objectives


The Role of Resources and Capabilities in Strategy Formulation
The Resources of the Firm
Organizational Capabilities
Appraising Resources and Capabilities
Putting Resource and Capability Analysis to Work: A Practical Guide
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Self-Study Questions
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Developing Resources and Capabilities

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Introduction and Objectives


Developing Resources
The Challenge of Capability Development
Approaches to Capability Development
Knowledge Management and the Knowledge-based View
Designing Knowledge Management Systems
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Self-Study Questions
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Organization Structure and Management Systems:


The Fundamentals of Strategy Implementation

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Introduction and Objectives


The Evolution of the Corporation
The Organizational Problem: Reconciling Specialization
with Coordination and Cooperation
Hierarchy in Organizational Design
Applying the Principles of Organizational Design

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Organizing on the Basis of Coordination Intensity


Alternative Structural Forms
Management Systems for Coordination and Control
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PART III THE ANALYSIS OF COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE

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The Nature and Sources of Competitive Advantage

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Introduction and Objectives


The Emergence of Competitive Advantage
Sustaining Competitive Advantage
Competitive Advantage in Different Market Settings
Types of Competitive Advantage: Cost and Differentiation
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Cost Advantage

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Introduction and Objectives


Strategy and Cost Advantage
The Sources of Cost Advantage
Using the Value Chain to Analyze Costs
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Differentiation Advantage

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Introduction and Objectives


The Nature of Differentiation and Differentiation Advantage
Analyzing Differentiation: The Demand Side
Analyzing Differentiation: The Supply Side
Bringing It All Together: The Value Chain in Differentiation Analysis
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PART IV BUSINESS STRATEGIES IN DIFFERENT


INDUSTRY CONTEXTS

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Industry Evolution and Strategic Change

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Introduction and Objectives


The Industry Life Cycle

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Structure, Competition and Success Factors over the Life Cycle


Organizational Adaptation and Change
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Technology-based Industries and the Management


of Innovation

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Introduction and Objectives


Competitive Advantage in Technology-intensive Industries
Strategies to Exploit Innovation: How and When to Enter
Competing for Standards
Implementing Technology Strategies: Creating the Conditions
for Innovation
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Competitive Advantage in Mature Industries

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Introduction and Objectives


Competitive Advantage in Mature Industries
Strategy Implementation in Mature Industries: Structure,
Systems and Style
Strategies for Declining Industries
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PART V CORPORATE STRATEGY


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Vertical Integration and the Scope of the Firm

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Introduction and Objectives


Transaction Costs and the Scope of the Firm
The Costs and Benefits of Vertical Integration
Designing Vertical Relationships
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Global Strategies and the Multinational Corporation

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Introduction and Objectives


Implications of International Competition for Industry Analysis
Analyzing Competitive Advantage in an International Context

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Applying the Framework: International Location of Production


Applying the Framework: Foreign Entry Strategies
Multinational Strategies: Global Integration versus
National Differentiation
Strategy and Organization within the Multinational Corporation
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Trends in Diversification over Time
Motives for Diversification
Competitive Advantage from Diversification
Diversification and Performance
Summary
Self-Study Questions
Appendix: Does Diversification Confer Market Power?
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Implementing Corporate Strategy: Managing


the Multibusiness Firm

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Governance and the Structure of the Multibusiness Corporation
The Role of Corporate Management
Managing the Corporate Portfolio
Managing Individual Businesses
Managing Linkages between Businesses
Managing Change in the Multibusiness Corporation
External Strategy: Mergers and Acquisitions
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Self-Study Questions
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18 Current Trends in Strategic Management


Introduction
The New External Environment of Business
Managing in an Economic Crisis
New Directions in Strategic Thinking
Redesigning the Organization
New Modes of Leadership
Summary
Notes
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