Research on Strategic Groups: Progress and Prognosis
The progress made in strategic groups research is evaluated by identifying its relevance and importance to the field of strategic management. A classificatory scheme is developed using two dimensions: the operationalization of strategy; and the approach to group development. A review framework incorporating key analytical dimensions is drawn up to (a) develop a taxonomy for classifying the available empirical research on strategic groups; (b) assess the research and identify important summary patterns and (c) develop specific research directions from a strategic management perspective.
Strategy and Organisation
Journal of Management Studies
THOMAS, Howard and Venkatraman, N..
Research on Strategic Groups: Progress and Prognosis. (1988). Journal of Management Studies. 25, (6), 537-556. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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