Category: Risk

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Classifying Organisation Structures in relation to Structure, Environment and Strategy

Elements of Classifying Organisation Structures: Principle: Classifies simple, machine bureaucracy, organic and divisionalised organisational structures in relation to Structural & Environmental dimensions Issues: Generic competitive strategies Applications: To determine organisational structure fit Source of...

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New 7’s of Competition

Elements of New 7’s of Competition: Stakeholder satisfaction – Customers as most important stakeholder Strategic soothsaying – Continious improvement based on customer needs Speed – Organisational agility and flexibility Surprise – Create competitive advantage...

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Strategies for Declining Industries

Elements of Strategies for Declining Industries: Leadership Selective investment / Turnaround; Invest as appropriate to give real competitive advantage. Idea: Become one of the strongest in declining industry – low-cost or clear differentiation  ...

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Feasibility of recovery

Elements of Feasibility of recovery: Slatter (1984); Four types of recovery Realistically non-recoverable Initially successful retrenchment but not sustained turnaround Sustaines survival Sustained recovery Principle: In a crisis stage change is essential but might...

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Symptoms of Decline

Elements of Symptoms of Decline: Decline in: Profitability, dividends, sales, debt, liquidity, market share, Raise of: Manager turnover Lack or delay of: Strategic thinking, Publishing financial results, Problem solving Principle: Ten major symptoms that...

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MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS – External Growth and Synergy

Elements of MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS – External Growth and Synergy: List of possible synergies in M&A situations Principle: Improving strategic position by acquiring another company’s assets Issues: 50% success rate (Hunt, 1990) Applications: To...

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Mastering Hyper Competition

Elements of Mastering Hyper Competition: Four strategies Hypercompetition strategies Principle: Mastering dynamic position and repositioning Issues: Industry competition level Applications: To create rapid movement – to create, erode, destroy and recreate advantage Source of Mastering...