Understanding how business affects and is affected by the wider world is a challenge made more difficult by the disaggregation between various disciplines, from operations research to corporate governance. This series features concise books that break out from disciplinary silos to facilitate understanding by analysing key ideas that shape and influence business, organizations and management.
Each book focuses in a key idea, locating it in relation to other fields, facilitating deeper understanding of its applications and meanings, and providing critical discussion of the contribution of relevant authors and thinkers. The books provide students and scholars with thought-provoking insights that aid the study and research of business and management.
Case studies of business and management success tend to focus on factors such as leadership, innovation, competition and geography, but what about luck? This book highlights luck as a key idea in the business and management field. The author provides insights from economics, sociology,…
Paperback – 2018-11-30
Key Ideas in Business and Management