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Author Bigler, William Randolph, 1950-

Title The new science of strategy execution : how established firms become fast, sleek wealth creators / William R. Bigler, Jr. with Marilyn Norris.

Published Westport, CT : Praeger, 2004.


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Physical description xix, 192 pages ; 25 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Part I New Science of Strategy Execution 1 -- 1 How Established Firms Become Fast, Sleek Wealth Creators 3 -- 2 Foundations of the New Science of Strategy Execution 11 -- 3 Market Rhythms and the 10 S's of the New Economy 19 -- Part II Five Key Aspects of the New Science 29 -- 4 Initiative Management for Growth and Innovation 31 -- 5 Aligning Processes with Market Rhythms 43 -- 6 Journey to Growth and Continuous Improvement 63 -- 7 Dynamic Laws of Competition and Timing of Competitive Thrusts 79 -- 8 Laws of Ripple Effects and Change 87 -- Part III Program Management and Measurement 99 -- 9 Putting It All Together to Drive Market Value 101 -- 10 New Science and Product Line Innovation 109 -- 11 A Look Back and a Look Ahead 117 -- 1 Customer Research Approach to Estimating Buying Cycles and Market Rhythms 125 -- 2 Managing Ripple Effects by Assessing the Eleven Modules of Business Performance 129 -- 3 Using the Eleven Modules of Business Performance for Dynamic Strategic Planning and Execution: A Case Study 141 -- 4 A Mini-Diagnostic Survey: Assessing Your Company's Track Record in Initiative Management and Innovation and Growth Strategies 167.
Other author Norris, Marilyn.
Subject Strategic planning.
Executive ability.
Organizational change.
Organizational effectiveness.
Technological innovations.
Corporate profits.
Corporations -- Finance.
ISBN 1567205631 (alk. paper)