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Guido Corbetta, Paolo Morosetti

Corporate Strategy for a Sustainable Growth

Alignment, Execution, and Transformation

This volume develops a model for evaluating strategic decisions and integrating the economic, financial, social, and environmental dimensions. It deeply studies the theme of growth strategies and investigates the relationships between corporate strategy, ownership, and corporate governance. The authors address the issue of "corporate strategy decisions" by proposing: select among the theoretical reflections those most attentive to the needs of entrepreneurs and managers; spread greater awareness of the importance of such decisions in the context of profitable and sustainable growth paths of companies; and favor processes of strategic-organizational change based on the creation of new models of corporate strategy, rather than just new business models.


Pages: 244

Trade Paper: ISBN 9788831322027; $ 44,95

Epub/Moby pocket: ISBN 9788831322218; $ 34,99



Guido Corbetta is Full Professor of Strategic Management and AIdAF - EY Professor of Strategic Management in Family Business. SDA Distinguished Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at SDA Bocconi School of Management. Member of various journals and reviews boards of same subject. His research areas focus on Corporate strategy, Family businesses and medium size companies, Companies in the fashion and design based sectors.

Paolo Morosetti is Senior Lecturer of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at SDA Bocconi School of Management, and Contract Professor in Corporate Strategy and Strategic Management of Family Business at Bocconi University. His research activities focuses on: Strategic Management, Diversification, Corporate Governance, and Succession Planning in Family Business. He is member of the Family Firm Institute and cooperates with the AIdAF board.

Corporate Governance for sustainable growth