The attuned corporation: Experience from 18 Scandinavian pioneering corporations
AbstractPer Thygesen Poulsen categorizes features shared in common by successful Scandinavian corporations. His research has also led him to conceive of an "attuned corporation" -- a model of a successful company. It is characterized by possessing a growth nucleus or knot tightly tying together the corporation's three strategic elements -- business platform, market position and corporate culture. The corporation can tie the knot and select growth strategies in different ways.
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Volume (Year): 6 (1988)
Issue (Month): 3 (September)
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