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Doc ä Contemporary Strategic Management ¹ Download ☆ ➹ [Download] ➵ Contemporary Strategic Management By Richard Pettinger ➼ – Eyltransferservices.co.uk 'A coherent summary of theory and a route map through practical strategic management which will be very useful for students' Alison Dean Ling and well structured Visit the companion website at wwwpalgravecombusinesspettingerstrategy which offers guidance on building a course around the text answers to uestions further discussion uestions and powerpoint slides Author Biography RICHARD PETTINGER teaches a wide variety of courses including strategic management at the Management Studies Centre University College London and is also an active Management Consultant Also available is a companion website with extra features to accompany the text please take a look by clicking below

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Thics implementation and the development of strategic management from a managerial perspective This approach will appeal especially to MBA and final year management students who appreciate the 'hands on' feel of the text Over 150 'Contemporary Insights' using organizations and situations to demonstrate strategy in practice End of chapter 'Work AssignmentsDiscussion uestions' to assess learning and encourage debate As an experienced business author Pettinger has a warm persuasive and student friendly style making this text accessible appea

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Contemporary Strategic Management'A coherent summary of theory and a route map through practical strategic management which will be very useful for students' Alison Dean Canterbury School of Business University of Kent Contemporary Strategic Management uses up to date organizations and situations such as Barbie Rebuilding Ira Easy Jet and McDonalds to emphasise the practical side of strategy while at the same time illustrating the theoretical issues involved Richard Pettinger discusses strategic analysis and choice strategic failures and successes investment appraisals e