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How Industries Evolve

How

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9781578518401
McGahan Anita 
McGraw-Hill
2003年1月01日
382.00  元
HK$ 362.9
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An Insightful Model for Understanding Industry Change



From Xerox to K-Mart to Sotheby"s, great companies have failed to translate extraordinary innovation into better profitability. Why does this happen?



Anita M. McGahan argues that great companies fail to profit from investments in innovation when they break their industries" rules for how change can take hold. In this book, she shows how to develop a strategy that is aligned with the rules of industry change. By understanding and operating within the rules, executives can better appreciate the tradeoffs that are unique to each company"s evolutionary path-and consequently improve performance by making smarter, more profitable strategic bets.



How Industries Evolve is based on extensive statistical studies of 700 global industries and more than twenty-five case studies. McGahan identifies four models of industry evolution-progressive, creative, radical, and intermediating-and shows how a company can diagnose which model most closely describes the trajectory of change in its industry. The book then explains how company strategists can use their understanding of this model to carefully coordinate choices about R&D, alliances, internal venturing, leadership style, compensation, modularization, and time-to-market.



By supporting executives" efforts to recognize and respond to shifts in industry structure, this book will ultimately help companies to achieve and sustain superior performance.










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