Industries follow distinctive change trajectories. Anita M. McGahan Industries evolve along four distinct trajectories—radical, progressive, creative, and. Download Citation on ResearchGate | How Industries Evolve | Firms can improve their performance by tailoring Anita M. McGahan. Abstract. Anita M. McGahan argues that great companies fail to profit from investments in innovation when they break their industries’ rules for how change can take hold.

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How Industries Evolve is based on extensive statistical studies of global industries and more than twenty-five case studies. Principles for Achieving and Sustaining Superior Performance. Larry added it Aug 25, University of Queensland Library. Which type of industry is my firm in and what are the rules of change? M Book; Illustrated English Show 0 more libraries Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.

How Industries Evolve: Principles for Achieving and Sustaining Superior Performance

By supporting executives’ efforts to recognize and respond to shifts in industry structure, this book will ultimately help companies to achieve and sustain superior performance. Open to the public Book; Illustrated English Show 0 more libraries Open Preview See a Problem?

References to this book A Life Cycle for Clusters?: There are no inndustries topics on this inndustries yet. Companies whose growth strategies follow the rules of their industry succeed; those who break the rules fail.


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Summary of the Trajectories of Industry Change (McGahan). Abstract

Contents Introduction and overview The four trajectories of industry evolution How change unfolds on each trajectory Assessing the nature and stage of ondustries in an individual industry Conforming to the rules of change within an industry Creating a business-unit strategy that exploits the opportunities in industry evolution Diversifying across businesses to capitalize on industry evolution Epilogue.

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Home This editionEnglish, Book, Illustrated edition: McGahan hwo four models of aniat evolution-progressive, creative, radical, and intermediating-and shows how a company can diagnose which model most closely describes the trajectory of change in its industry. A really tough book to read. Be the first to ask a question about How Industries Evolve. Add a tag Cancel Be the first to add a tag for this edition. Be the first to add this to a list. Mike marked it as to-read Jan 27, Abdulkarim Almuhanna marked it as to-read Feb 22, Lists What are lists?


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The book then explains how company strategists can use their understanding of this model to carefully coordinate choices about R D, alliances, internal venturing, leadership style, compensation, modularization, and time-to-market. Harvard Business School Press, c