10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SHARPBENDER»
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Organizational Studies: Modes of management
In sharpbender after sharpbender we were impressed by the sense of
commitment, excitement, shared vision and hungry search for improvements in
all aspects of the business. The chief executive, or in some cases a small group
of senior ...
Strategy: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management
Moreover, where diversification was an important ingredient of a sharpbender's
strategy, it tended to be related to known businesses (Low and Bonar, Sidlaw).
Where it was not related, sharpbenders took specific steps to integrate new ...
The AMA Dictionary of Business and Management
Sharpbender Firm that has been underperforming its rivals in an industry but
suddenly takes off and joins the overachievers, often as a result of a new
management team, a new product, or a new strategy. SHEEP SKY-HIGH
George Thomas Kurian, 2013
Management Buy-ins: Entrepreneurship, Active Investors, and ...
Grinyer, Mayes and Mcl(ieman's (1988) survey of 25 sharpbender companies
referred to in Chapter 1 provides a second basis of comparison with buy-ins,
though as with tumrounds there are important differences in respect of the size of
Ken Robbie, Mike Wright, 1996
Innovation and Growth in Corporate Restructurings: Solution ...
In general, a “sharpbender company” can be defined as a firm that has
undertaken performance improvements after a long period of absolute or relative
decline in relation to its competitors (Grinyer et al., 1988, 1990; Hsiao & Ormerod,
Prof. Dr. Gilbert Probst, Achim Schmitt, 2009
Turnaround as a key strategic issue in times of crisis
After years of ever-increasing profits, the ailing British retailer Marks and Spencer (M&S) has fallen out of favour with British customers.
Marcus Matthias Keupp, 2002
Islands of excellence?: a study of management in New Zealand
An interesting insight offered by the sharpbender study is that the contribution of
new CEOs to the strategic role of adaptation is somewhat indirect. They are
associated with change to the belief system of core assumptions on which a new
Colin Campbell-Hunt, David A. Harper, Robert T. Hamilton, 1993
A season of excellence?: an overview of New Zealand ...
For the process of adjustment between these states extensive use was made of
Grinyer, Mayes and McKiernan's (1988) sharpbender study, and the work of
Pettigrew and Whipp (1991) and Doz and Prahalad (1987). The model proposed
Colin Campbell-Hunt, Lawrence M. Corbett, 1996
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New Zealand Journal of Business
As 9 of the acquired sharpbenders were quoted and 1 of the sample is private
with 2 others being subsidiaries, the correct proportion for the sharpbender
sample is 9/23 (39%). This is a figure that is nearly 50% higher than for other