Firms within the same competitive environment industry respond in different ways to changing environmental competitive conditions the authors of this book argue that the strategy field has not found answers to the questions that flow from this observation they answer these questions by using what they call a cognitively anchored theory of strategic change. This chapter examines how individual inertia and perceptions of stress are affected by group context but can also affect that context our basic argument is that organizational subgroups both formal and informal tend to support the status quo and strongly suppress individually perceived stress as long as the group is producing generally satisfactory outcomes for its members. Request pdf on jan 1 2000 anne sigismund huff and others published when firms change direction find read and cite all the research you need on researchgate. When firms change direction when firms change direction by anne sigismund huff download it when firms change direction books also available in pdf epub and mobi format for read it on your kindle device pc phones or tablets the authors of this book argue that the strategy field has not found answers to the questions that flow from this observation. Download when firms change direction book for free in pdf epub in order to read online when firms change direction textbook you need to create a free account read as many books as you like personal use and join over 150000 happy readers we cannot guarantee that every book is in the library
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