The 8 steps to strategic succes
8 January 2014

Strategy is a process of developing the corporate future. While organizations acknowledge the importance of strategy creation and execution, all too often, they don’t get the required results. Strategy consultants van den Berg and Pietersma present an 8-step process for creating a strategy that really delivers. For each step, they describe the key parts of the process, how to avoid the potential pitfalls, and point to the most useful strategic models and frameworks. Readers can see the process in action by following the case study that unfolds throughout the book.

18 April 2013

The first E-I consulting Group Strategy Trends 2013 Survey aims to provide insights in the strategic priorities of European companies, their preferred strategies, how do they want to distinguish themselves from their competitors, how do they formulate their strategies and to what degree they are able to realize their strategic objectives.

Doing business in Africa
9 January 2013

Instrumental, illustrative and first detailed account of Dutch entrepreneurship in Africa, developed by Berenschot, Rotterdam School of Management (RSM) and the Netherlands-African Business Council (NABC). “Excellent book that really does justice to the scale of opportunities and challenges in Africa”- Frank Braeken, Executive Vice President Africa Region Unilever.

strategy-trends-2012 up-from-the-downturn
3 February 2012

Uncertainty will be omnipresent in 2012. This is the biggest challenge in setting a strategy. Companies appear to focus on things they have control over in these uncertain times. Companies withdraw from customer focused strategies to product focused strategies, tailoring solutions to customer requirements is of decreasing interest and co-design is thought to be less important than last year. Also companies strive less to build alliances or cooperation with other parties in the value chain. Companies first and foremost try to distinguish themselves by the quality of their products and services. We hope this does not lure them into neglecting their roles in value chains but rather maintain an external orientation.

Great Governance in Small Societies
13 January 2012

Every government faces its own particular challenges. For a small-scale democracy, the size of its society might be the obvious limitation. Most discussion about small societies thus focuses on the governance failures caused by this small size.

19 January 2011

The reshaping of national bureaucracies in a system of multi-level governance, Casper van den Berg explores the implications of the increasingly multi-level nature of governance for the French, British and Dutch national bureaucracies.

29 January 2009

This book is an easy 'accessible' introduction to the design, manufacturing and business opportunities of customized products based upon the outcome of the Custom-Fit project.

27 December 2008

The complete overview of management models for Purchasing and Supply management. Over 50 management models are described, explained and commented on, following the Dutch success.

30 January 2008

Management models - love them or hate them, they crop up all the time. Models provide a framework for improving business performance, so if you're a manager, or studying business, then it's really important you know what they are and how to use them. Key Management Models has the winning combination of brevity and clarity, so it is the essential guide to all the management models you'll ever need to know about

14 September 2007

Large international events like the Olympic Games put cities on the world map. This thesis addresses the question how cities have been raising their profile internationally by hosting large international events throughout the twentieth century. It explores this question by introducing the CityEvent model. This model allows for the study of large international events from a threefold perspective, analytically integrating the roles of the media, hosting cities and event owners with each other.

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