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Showing of 2 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Format: Paperback Verified Purchase. This book is a great complement to the other on the Miles and Snow typology. If you're interested in how the patterns of strategy translate into predictable patterns of decisions and behavour, this is the book for you. Invaluable for the doctoral work I did in this area.
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Format: Hardcover. Fit, we have argued, is not merely important; it is crucial. With fit comes fame, with misfit comes failure We have shown that fit is a simple concept but not a simple process. To achieve strategic fit, organizations must create, understand, develop, and sustain a distinctive competence that adds high value to goods or services the market desires The obvious lesson here is the same one we have been emphasizing throughout this book.
In the competitive world of today and tomorrow, competencies must be investment-based. They must rest on the sustained investment of money and time, which build ever-increasing skills and know-how as well as the capability to use them to their fullest pp. Miles and C.
Detailed discussion of the concepts like technological change, cellular units, networks, network of alliances, interorganizational teamwork, spherical organization, shared knowledge see also William Halal's "The Infinite Resource ", and "The New Management ". I highly recommend this "must" reading study. See both reviews. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers.
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There are myriad prescriptions for industrial and organizational renewal, and many of the factors linked to organizational success are being rediscovered today after a thirty-year hiatus. Sociologists own analysis, however, indicates that these characteristics, while important, are merely manifestations of a more fundamental, dynamic process called fit-the search for an organization form that is both internally and externally consistent. Sociologists have argued that minimal fit is necessary for survival, tight fit is associated with corporate excellence, and early fit provides a competitive advantage that can lead to the organization Hall of Fame.
Tomorrow's Hall of Fame companies are working on new organization forms today.