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paulo goncalves

on 19 April 2010

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Transcript of TGE_Strategizing_v1

Strategic issues
industrial networks notion of strategy not a central concern but it is a fundamental issue
Johanson and Mattsson (1992) argue that ‘strategic action’ in the literature on strategy usually concerns efforts by one actor to influence relationships with an outer environment
with a network perspective, strategic action is defined as efforts of a firm to influence its position in the network of which it is part
in the strategic management literature, it is commonly argued that ‘‘strategy is about winning’’ (e.g., Grant, 1998: p. 3)
Barney (2002: p. 6) views strategy as ‘‘a firm’s theory about how to compete successfully’’
winning implies that someone has to lose
relation between "winning" and strategy
Climate longer and warmer growing season
averages 20 in. of precipetation per year
soil moisture is high as a result of cool temperatures and low evaporation rate
mineral soil is thin and drained
thick deposits of peat and organic soil
Abiotic factors mild temperatures

lots of precipitation during fall, winter, and spring

cool dry summers

rocky acidic soils Dominant wildlife wild life includes flying squirrels, moose, deer, owls, the bald eagle, beavers the black bear and more

mostly herbavores

Strategizing in industrial networks Food Web Food Chain Bibliography http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Experiments/Biome/bioconiferous.php



Human impact on the Northern Coniferous forest Deforestation- logging companies are cutting down the conifers in the Boreal forests

Acid rain- air polution from burning fossil feuls is the leading cause of acid rain and when that rain falls on the trees is causes them to be more easily attacked by disease and insects
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