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PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 3 (35), 2010
ECONOMICS, MANAGEMENT, AND ACCOUNTING AT THE ENTERPRICE
Kaisarov A. A.
Doctoral Student, Chair of Finances, St.Petersburg State University of Economy and Finances PhD (Economics)

Discourse analysis of the evolution of strategic management: from planning to resource conception (Russia, St.Petersburg)
The article analyzes the evolution of the major theoretical and methodological approaches to strategic management starting with 1950s and to the present day. Distinguishing of the three stages in the development of the theory and methodology of the strategic management is determined by the logic of conceptions that dominated in the academic and business environment. Technologies of extrapolation, built into the long-term plans, had a limited applicability, and later gave way to more complex models of environmental analysis and resource conception
Key words: strategic management, chain of the creation of cost, competitive advantage



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