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Case
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Reference no. 382-027-1
Authors: Eric Newbigging (University of Westminster)
Published in: 1982

Abstract

Deals with the strategy of a major UK government agency (Quango) to adapt to a changing political and commercial environment. Teaching issues raised include strategic adaptation, the dilemma of managerial independence and public accountability, organisational change, culture, behaviour and relationships. Abridged version of more detailed cases - The British Crown Agents (A) and (B) (380-013-1 and 380-014-1) - also available with teaching notes.
Location:
Industry:
Size:
1503 employees
Other setting(s):
1959-1974

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Abstract

Deals with the strategy of a major UK government agency (Quango) to adapt to a changing political and commercial environment. Teaching issues raised include strategic adaptation, the dilemma of managerial independence and public accountability, organisational change, culture, behaviour and relationships. Abridged version of more detailed cases - The British Crown Agents (A) and (B) (380-013-1 and 380-014-1) - also available with teaching notes.

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Location:
Industry:
Size:
1503 employees
Other setting(s):
1959-1974

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