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The Concept of Strategic Fit

The Concept of Strategic Fit
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Hauptbeschreibung
Matching an organization's strategy and structure to explain firm performance is one of the fundamental insights in strategic management literature. Successful organizations achieve strategic fit and support their strategy with appropriate structures and processes, while less successful firms typically exhibit poorer fit. Hence, firms will strive for the ideal fit to reach highest performance and outperform those that do not. However, recent developments raise the question if the concept still works today. To answer that question, this study analyzes the concept of strategic fit and examines the different research streams. In order to reach this goal, the empirical literature is classified according to different perspectives and domains of fit and the empirical findings are aggregated and evaluated. Based on the analysis of 105 identified studies publicized between 1962 and 2010, different research streams are highlighted and it is suggested that the performance implications of strategic fit are still valid today.
 
Biographische Informationen
Moritz Garlichs ist Analyst im Bereich Capital Markets and Derivatives bei der IKB Deutsche Industriebank. Vor Aufnahme dieser Tätigkeit schloss er im Jahr 2010 erfolgreich sein betriebswirtschaftliches Studium als M.Sc. in Management an der Handelshochschule Leipzig (HHL) ab. Dem Masterstudium vorausgegangen war ein erster Abschluss als Dipl.-Betriebsw. (FH). Während seines Studiums sammelte der Autor praktische Erfahrungen unter anderem in der Managementberatung von IBM, im E-Commerce so wie bei einem DAX-Unternehmen. Sein besonderes Interesse gilt neben dem Bereich Finanzen dem Feld der Strategie und ihrer Implementierung durch geeignete organisatorische Maßnahmen, woraus das vorliegende Buch entstanden ist.
Diplomica Verlag; July 2011
76 pages; ISBN 9783842810204
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