Enron : Widespread Myopia
This article looks at the Enron affair in terms of a diagnosis of the corporation's strategic choices. The authors show how analysts could have predicted Enron's difficulties in view of the incoherence observed in its strategic decisions, from the viewpoint of the theory of resource-based and competence-based approaches. The authors' view takes on a political dimension by illustrating the contradictions of the system and the widespread myopia of the various players in that system.
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