Contemporary Theories in Business and Management
Holstrm & Ketoviki Bridging Practice and Theory: A Design Science Approach
Operations Management (OM) research is driven mainly by a desire to create knowledge
and to expand our understanding by e
Strategy, Control and Design Articles
RESOURCE BASED VIEW
J. BARNEY (1991) FIRM RESOURCES AND SUSTAINED COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
BARNEY & WRIGHT (1998) ON BECOMING A STRATEGIC PARTNER: THE ROLE OF HR IN GAINING
PRIEM & BUTLER (20
International Market Management Lecture 2, Culture. Implications for International
Culture is really important in this course. This is essentially the base of everything we
talk about in this course. It is part of all elements.
What is culture
Advanced International Management Lecture 3, Location Choice.
The more diversified the companies are, the companies have a different level of
innovation (U-shaped graph).
The extent to which companies internationalize and diversify their operations, has
Advanced international management - Lecture 1- why internationalize?
Businesses are getting more complex.
They rely on each other.
Example with number of suppliers. Apple, Philips, small bakery.
Apart from the relationship between company and suppliers, t
Advanced International Management Lecture 6 Managing across Borders in
order to innovate.
What is innovation?
The introduction of new products and services that are new to the market and create
How important in innovation for firms?
Advanced International Management Lecture 5 Strategies in International
Know examples from articles. In order to make sure the examples are appropriate, use
examples from the articles. If you dont know them, come up with your own examples.
Advanced International Management
LESSARD, LUCEA AND VIVES (2013) BUILDING YOUR COMPANYS CAPABILITIES THROUGH GLOBAL
LU & BEAMISH INTERNATIONAL DIVERSIFICATION AND FIRM PERFORMANCE: THE S-CURVE HYPOTHESIS