Summary Strategy and Organization

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What are the 6 different views of leadership? 
1. Trait-spotting
2. Style counselling
3. Context-fitting
4. New leadership
5. Disturbed leadership 
6. Who needs leaders? 
What is leadership? 
The process of influencing the activities of an organized group in its efforts towards goal-setting and goal achievement. 
The fact that neither partnet is in control in alliances, while alliances must typically be managed over time, highlights the importance of two themes: co-evolution and trust. The amount of committed resources changes at each stage, but issues of trust and co-evolution reoccur throughout, which 5? 
1. Courtship
2. Negotiation
3. Start-up
4. Maintenance
5. Termination
Explain collusive alliances? 
Occasionally organizations secretly collude together in order to increase their market power (illegal). 
Explain complementary alliances? 
Form of access alliance, but involve organizations at similar points in the value network combining their distinctive resources so that they bolster each partner's particular gaps or weaknesses. 
Explain access alliances? 
Organizations frequently ally in order to access the capabilities of another organization that are required in order to produce or sell its products and services. 
Explain scale alliances? 
Organizations combine in order to achieve necessary scale. 
4 broad rationales can be identified for alliances, which? 
1. Scale alliances
2. Acces alliances
3. Complementary alliances 
4. Collusive alliances
Explain non-equity alliances? 
Typically looser, without committment implied by ownership, often based on contracts, for example franchising. 
Explain equity alliances? 
Creation of new entity that is owned separately by the partners involved. Most common form is joint venture.