Welcome to the Companion website
Welcome to the companion website for Practicing Strategy, Second Edition, by Sotirios Paroutis, Loizos Heracleous and Duncan Angwin. The resources on the site have been specifically designed to support your study.
This companion website features Author Videos further explaining key topics covered in the book, as well as a combination of the following resources for each chapter:
- Chapter summaries
- Additional resources
- SAGE journal articles
About the book:
Shortlisted for the 2013 Chartered Management Institute textbook award, Practicing Strategy broke new ground when it first published by focusing on the strategy-as-practice approach, which considers strategy not only as something an organization has but something which its members do.
The new edition deals with a selection of topics that have been central in recent academic debates in the strategy-as-practice area. Also new to the second edition are:
- Seven new chapters on topics such as Chief Executive Officers, Middle Managers, Strategic Alignment and Strategic Ambidexterity in line with developments in the field
- New case studies throughout including Narayana health, the turnaround of Reliant group and relocating a business school
The approach through a mix of academic studies and applied research is aimed at undergraduate and postgraduate students taking advanced strategy modules and practitioners alike.
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