2nd Edition

Handbook of Strategic Management

Edited By Jack Rabin, Gerald J. Miller Copyright 2000
    844 Pages
    by Routledge

    Revised and updated for the second edition, the Handbook of Strategic Management provides a set of broad-based bibliographic essays on strategic management. It covers synoptic approaches, complexity theory, organizational capacity, financing strategy, networks, and chaos theory and offers an in-depth look the use of strategic management in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors. The National Institute of Personnel Management called this book "…the most comprehensive single-source treatment of strategic management." New topics discuss the role of strategic management in political decision making, uncertainty, the absence of strategy, productivity, teamwork, leadership, and change.

    Part 1 Major concepts and ideas. Part 2 The organization and strategy. Part 3 Use of Strategic management in the three sectors. Part 4 Private sector. Part 5 Public sector. Part 6 The nonprofit sector.


    Jack Rabin

    ". . .valuable for those seeking to undertake strategic management in the public sector. "
    ---Long Range Planning
    ". . .the most comprehensive single-source treatment of strategic management ."
    ---National Institute of Personnel Management