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  1. Corporate Divestitures: A Synthesis DE2-115-I

    It is important to understand the strategic and organizational reasoning and consequences of divestitures in order to understand whether divestitures are merely a reflection of the economic cycle, a means to correct or reverse previous strategic decisions (for example, diversification), or a proactive strategic option. The objective of this Technical Note is to clarify the definitions of restructuring, divestiture, and divestment; and to provide an overview of existing knowledge on divestitures, from a financial, strategic, and organizational perspective.

    Academic Area:
    Strategy
  2. ANALYZING THE NONMARKET ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS:THE … DE2-114-I

    This technical note introduces a framework for analyzing the nonmarket enviornment of business, i.e. the social, political, regulatory and legal context in which the firm operates.

    Academic Area:
    Strategy | Entrepreneurship | Marketing & Communications
  3. Lobbying DG01-380

    This Technical Note gives an overview of lobbying as a way for managers to influence governments, policy, and regulation.  It defines lobbying, explains why lobbying is becoming an increasingly important tool for managers in the implementation of their non-market strategies, and reviews key elements of a lobbying campaign.  The Note also includes an analysis of the role of professional lobby consulting firms and a discussion of ethical considerations related to lobbying public officials

    Academic Area:
    Strategy
  4. Lobbying DG01-380-I

    This Technical Note gives an overview of lobbying as a way for managers to influence governments, policy, and regulation.  It defines lobbying, explains why lobbying is becoming an increasingly important tool for managers in the implementation of their non-market strategies, and reviews key elements of a lobbying campaign.  The Note also includes an analysis of the role of professional lobby consulting firms and a discussion of ethical considerations related to lobbying public officials

    Academic Area:
    Strategy
  5. La cadena de Valor de2-113

    This technical note explores the different models for capturing and explaining the flow of operations in a value chain: the McKinsey model, Michael Porter’s value chain, the value system and the services sector value chain. It presents the argument of how a value chain tool helps to perform an essential, systematic and rigorous analysis of a company’s activities to better understand the costs and potential sources of differentiation. Such analysis can help a company better understand how to enhance its competitive advantage.
    This would be useful in a class devoted to operations, supply chain management or strategy.

    Academic Area:
    Strategy
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