Browsing by Author "Johnson, Gerry"

Browsing by Author "Johnson, Gerry"

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  • Fotini-Paradissopoulos, Helen (Cranfield University, 1993-07)
    The objective of this research is to investigate the way strategies are formed in a public sector organization and to assess the role of the Board-members in shaping and developing strategies. The project consisted of ...
  • Bailey, Andy; Johnson, Gerry (1996)
    This paper builds on a multidimensional framework of strategy development to more clearly understand the processes by which strategy develops within organisations. It reports on a survey based research project which ...
  • Bowman, Cliff (Cranfield University, 1991-06)
    This is a study of managers' perceptions of the strategic priorities in their strategic business unit (SBU). The perceptions managers have of the current competitive strategy of their SBU are used to explore four main ...
  • Bailey, Andy; Johnson, Gerry (1995)
    This paper is concerned with the processes by which strategy is developed within organisations. It builds on research into the nature of strategy development being undertaken within the Centre for Strategic Management ...
  • Balogun, Julia (Cranfield University, 1998)
    There are a growing number of rich, qualitative studies investigating patterns in the development of strategic change. These reveal that it is not possible to understand the incremental and emergent nature of strategic ...
  • Dudley, Paul (Cranfield University, 2003-11)
    My research addresses the question of' 'how does the institutional context impact on the individual t'raming of' strategic issuesT These early stages of' decision making represent an important area of study, setting the ...
  • Jenkins, Mark (Cranfield University, 1995-06)
    This study concerns the issue of small business growth. It has been widely established that small business growth is important to a region, both economically and socially, most notably through the generation of employment. ...
  • Daniels, Kevin; Johnson, Gerry; De Chernatony, Leslie (Cranfield School of Management, 1992)
    The methodology traditionally employed by strategic groups theorists categorizes companies on the basis of objective economic variables such as industry supply characteristics. Other lines of research have suggested that ...