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Calculation and creativity in corporate strategy
Developing a corporate strategy requires thoughtful analysis of Porter's five forces but also a dose of creativity. The author lists some helpful tools for fostering a creative environment.
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Building a resilient organisation
A guide to understanding resilience within organisations and how it can be measured, assessed and enhanced.
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The Library provides full text access to a selection of key business and reference eBooks from leading publishers. eBooks are available to logged-in ICAEW members, ACA students and other entitled users. If you are unable to access an eBook, please see our Help and support advice or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Strategic Planning: Fundamentals for Small Business
(Business Expert Press, 2010)
Strategy is about creating a plan to differentiate your business from the competition and to gain a competitive advantage. While large businesses may have more resources and time to devote to strategic planning, small businesses have the advantage of being close to their stakeholders and the ability to move quickly.
The Financial Times guide to strategy: how to create and deliver a winning strategy
(FT Prentice Hall, 2006)
A clear and simple guide to strategy at both the corporate and business unit levels. Koch explores key concepts and models, explains how to develop a successful business strategy and provides an A-Z of strategy concepts, techniques and key thinkers.
(FT Prentice Hall, 2006)
This book is designed for organisations in both the private and public sectors. The author explores the strategic contributions from different business departments like marketing, human resources, finance and operations. The case studies demonstrate how strategic principles can be applied.
The ICAEW Library & Information Service provides access to a range of articles in full text from leading business, finance and management journals. This resource is available to ICAEW members, ACA students and other entitled users.
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27 February 2020: investor interest in corporate strategy is on the rise amid a growing range of business risks, but how influential is this engagement, and what implication does this have for accountancy? David Adams investigates.
12 February 2020: after a career in general practice, Philip Daw joined Gymshark, one of the UK’s most exciting brands, as CFO. He tells ICAEW Insights about the transition from practice to industry, dealing with the generation gap, and what his experience brings to the company.
27 January 2020: Iain Wright, ICAEW’s Director for Business and Industrial Strategy, explains how accountants are essential to entrepreneurialism, business survival and growth.
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