The Past, Present, and Future of Strategy: Broadening Challenges; Advancing Insight

Derek Abell

Abstract


In this perspective article, Derek Abell, former Professor of Harvard, founder of IMD (Swiss) and ESMT (Germany), presents the perspective of strategy management and strategy management evolution in an executive view. The objective is to provide mainly the students and practitioners a broad view of strategy evolution and its’ future challenges.


Keywords


Strategic Management; Strategy Evolution.

References


Abell, D. (1981) Defining the Business: The Starting Point of Strategic Planning. Prentice Hall.

Abell, D. (1993) Managing with Dual Strategies, Free Press, New York.

Abell, D. (forthcoming) The Evolution of Strategy: A Look Ahead.

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