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MAN 5721 Strategy and Business Policy

What is strategy?

Readings for the Week

Harvard Business Review is available via EBSCO’s Business Source Complete. HBR Publishing has a strict license agreement which prohibits downloading and direct linking.

  • Collis, D. J. (2021). Why do so many Strategies Fail? Harvard Business Review, 99(4), 82-93.
  • Porter, Michael E. "What is strategy?" Harvard Business Review 74, no. 6 (November–December 1996): 61–78.
  • Watkins, M. D. (2012). How managers become leaders. The seven seismic shifts of perspective and responsibility. Harvard Business Review, 90(6), 64-144.

Harvard Business Review Caution

Harvard Business Review (HBR) is a great business journal that is heavily used in this class. There are certain copyright restrictions Harvard Business Publishing has placed on the only online provider of HBR, EBSCO's Business Source Compete. FSU cannot link directly to the HBR articles, so below you will learn strategies for finding articles in HBR using Business Source Complete. You can also visit Strozier Library and read the print copies of HBR in the Basement - Periodicals 650.5 H339

How to Search for a Particular Article Using Business Source Complete

A complete overview of how to search for company data. This guide will have a "Best Bets" for suggestions on finding basic company information. Under "Public Companies" you will find a specific direction for researching public companies. Under "Private Companies" you will find the same for private companies.

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