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Abstract

To develop and sustain competitive advantage, companies must begin thinking about strategy in a more integrated way. First, strategies must be comprehensive, they need to have clear direction and a coherent product market focus, and they must be supported by incisive operating capabilities and resources and robust organization cultures. Second, strategies must align these dimensions and their subcomponents and ensure that each is well adapted to the competitive environment. Third, all of the elements of strategy need to be orchestrated around a powerful core theme. This article shows how managers can develop each of these aspects of strategic integration.

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Abstract

To develop and sustain competitive advantage, companies must begin thinking about strategy in a more integrated way. First, strategies must be comprehensive, they need to have clear direction and a coherent product market focus, and they must be supported by incisive operating capabilities and resources and robust organization cultures. Second, strategies must align these dimensions and their subcomponents and ensure that each is well adapted to the competitive environment. Third, all of the elements of strategy need to be orchestrated around a powerful core theme. This article shows how managers can develop each of these aspects of strategic integration.

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