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This section focuses on the study of organisational performance, the processes of strategising and decision-making, partnerships and collaboration. It features research that explores the reasons why some organisations are able to out-perform others.
Below are digital reports etc that are part of the MBS Portal. For much more digital and print content, please use the search box, right.
This summary is based on research undertaken by Corven Networks into why many change initiatives fail.
A paper describes the history of industrial policy since, roughly, World War II, in Japan, Germany, the USA, South Korea, Singapore, Finland, Italy, Brazil and China.
A report describes the current state of the UK retail sector, specifically its interactions with government, and puts forward the government's current strategy for retail.
A paper investigates the efficiency and general functionality of the supply chain in the construction industry, including a number of case studies.
This workshop paper from the Strategy as Practice track of BAM 2013 summarises research based on the idea that an organisation’s ability to be agile comes from its ability to reconfigure its business processes to overcome the uncertainties of a dynamic industrial climate.
A paper gives the government's strategy to ensure the continued success of the UK's professional and business services sector and identifies two key priorities.
An infographic appendix to a report on the UK professional services industry breaks down information on its employment numbers by role, its projected growth, and its exports in comparison to those of the USA and Germany.
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