BFL Resources/Materials

The following are some sleicest-consulting articles relevant to businesses & Not for Profits relating to business flexibility.

 

Poverty of Ambition

Business Flexibility and the Sales Director

Business Flexibility and the Finance Director

Business Flexibility and the HR Director

Business Flexibility and University Finances

Flexibanks

Flexibility Reserves Valuation

UK Medical Regulators and Business Flexibility in 2018 – a discussion paper. UK Medical Regulators and Business Flexibility 2018

Regulator Services and Flexiscribes1

Office Politics and Flexibility

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Further reading

Dane K. 2010. ‘Reconsidering the Trade-Off Between Expertise and Flexibility’. Academy of Management Review 35, No 4 P579-603.

Greiner L.E. 1998. ‘Evolution and Revolution as Organisations Grow’. Harvard Business Review 76 (3) May/June: 55-68.

Hitt M.A. Keates B.W. and DeMarie S.M. 1998. ‘Navigating in the New Competitive Landscape; Building Strategic Flexibility and Competitive Advantage in the 21st Century’. Academy of Management Executive, vol 12, No 4. P22-42.

Kodukula P. and Chandra P. 2006. ‘Project Valuation Using Real Options’. J.Ross Publishing, Florida, USA.

Luehrman T.A. 1998. ‘Strategy as a Portfolio of Real Options’. Harvard Business Review, September.

Madhavan G. 2016. ‘Think like an Engineer’. UK: One World Publications.

Mankins M., Harris K. and Harding D. 2017. ‘Strategy in an Age of Superabundant Capital’. Harvard Business Review, March-April.

Reeves M. and Deimler M. 2011. ‘Adaptability: the New Competitive Advantage’. Harvard Business Review. July-August 2011. P135-141.

Silver N. 2012. ‘The Signal and the Noise’. London: Penguin.

Stalk G and Hout T. 1990 ‘Competing Against Time’. The Free Press.