"Strategic Management and Organisational Dynamics "by Ralph D Stacey is renowned for its unconventional thinking and it continues to be a refreshing alternative for those teaching and studying strategic management who are looking for 'something different'. Stacey challenges the conceptual orthodoxy of planned strategy, focusing instead on the influence of more complex and unstable forces in the development of strategy. It remains unique in these respects amongst strategic management texts.
About the Author :
Ralph D Stacey has contributed to Strategic Management and Organisational Dynamics as an author.
"Ralph Stacey" is Professor of Management at the Business School, University of Hertfordshire. He is the Director of the Complexity and Management Centre at the University of Hertfordshire and author of a number of books and papers on complexity and organisations: "The Chaos Frontier" (1991); "Managing the Unknowable" (1992); "Complexity and Creativity in Organizations" (1996); "Complexity and Management: fad or radical challenge to systems thinking?" (with Griffin & Shaw, 2000); "Complex Responsive Processes in Organizations: learning and knowledge creation" (2001): He consults to management
|Title:||Strategic Management and Organisational Dynamics||Publisher:||Prentice Hall|
|Author:||Ralph D Stacey|
|No. of Pages:||496|
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