Update 2021. By Janice Edwards, David Try, Coast Mountain College, Dave Ketchen, Auburn University, Jeremy Short, University of Oklahoma.
Designed to enhance student engagement through visual adaptations of the key content in the book. It is well documented that many of today’s students are visual learners. Contains multiple graphic concept pages in ever section of every chapter of the book, using a real-world company example in each chapter.
2019. By William Judge.
Offers an alternative to the traditional approach by focusing on building the change capacity of the entire organization in anticipation of future pressures to change. Based on systematic research of more than 5,000 respondents working within more than 200 organization or organizational units conducted during the previous decade, this book offers a clear and proven method for diagnosing your organizational change capacity.
2012. By Kim Warren, London Business School.
How to deliver strategy powerfully over a sustained period of time.
This book helps you to show your students where the levers are and how to choose what to do, when, and how much to achieve their goals.
This book outlines the dynamics of strategy, how one drives performance - past, today and into the future. It shows what causes performance to improve or deteriorate and what your students can do to change this trajectory for the better.
2015. By Kazuyuki Motohashi.
Facilitates an understanding of business contexts in multinational investment in emerging economies such as China and India
Provides a good balance of theoretical ideas and case studies for global business strategy
Focuses on Japanese firms’ activities that previously have not been fully described in the English literature
2016. Sharon Kioko, Justin Marlowe, University of Washington.
A new generation textbook for financial management in the public sector. It offers a thorough introduction to the financial concepts and analytical tools that today's public servants need to know. It assumes no prior knowledge or experience in financial management. Emphasizes how financial information can and should inform every aspect of public sector strategy, from routine procurement decisions to budget preparation to program design to major new policy initiatives. They draw upon dozens of real-world examples, cases, and applied problems to bring that relationship between information and strategy to life. Integrates foundational principles across the government, non-profit, and “hybrid/for-benefit” sectors. Coverage includes basic principles of accounting and financial reporting, preparing and analyzing financial statements, cost analysis, and the process and politics of budget preparation. The text also includes several large case studies appropriate for class discussion and/or graded assignments.