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A comparative analysis of strategy disclosure reporting trends in South Africa in 2010
(University of South Africa, 2013)
ENGLISH ABSTRACT: In South Africa, the King II Report on Corporate Governance recommended that organisations should produce a sustainability report some time during the reporting cycle (IOD 2009: 13). The latest version, ...
Planning and strategising during turbulence
(Strategy Insights: Corporate Environment, 2009-07)
The business landscape (organisations’ contextual environment) is characterised by turbulence which describes conditions which are uncertain, complex and volatile. Standard forecasting and planning tools as well as ...
A study for an expanded conceptual scanning framework and the impact on current business environment scanning : a systems thinking approach
(Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2012-12)
ENGLISH ABSTRACT: The study addresses the question of whether there is a need for an expanded conceptual scanning framework that could benefit present-day business organisations. It addresses this question through the ...
Who needs strategy?
(Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2008-02)
Modern executives have become sceptical about the merit of strategic planning in the unpredictable business world. Should they be?
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(Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2008-08)
Tossed about glibly, the term strategy has become a buzzword. Strategy, however, remains an indispensable tool to survive in a changing and fiercely competitive global environment. But beware, warns Prof Marius ...
Developing strategy - do we really need a new paradigm?
This article addresses the question of the present-day applicability of the traditional positioning approach to strategy development as being the most appropriate basis for a winning approach. The competence-based alternative ...
Strategy and business models - strange bedfellows? A case for convergence and its evolution into strategic architecture
Strategy aims for sustainable competitive advantage; business models are said to be the sine qua non of value creation. Firms in the networked economy may ask which approach is the more relevant and whether either, or both, ...