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Crafting and Executing Strategy : The Quest for Competitive Advantage - Concepts and Cases (STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT: CONCEPTS AND CASES)
by Thompson, Jr., Arthur A, Strickland III, A. J., Gamble, John E
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McGraw-Hill/Irwin. Used - Good. Good condition. 14th Edition
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- Crafting and Executing Strategy : The Quest for Competitive Advantage - Concepts and Cases (STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT: CONCEPTS AND CASES)
- Thompson, Jr., Arthur A, Strickland III, A. J., Gamble, John E
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- Used - Good
- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
- Place of Publication
- Blacklick, Ohio, U.s.a.
- This edition first published
- June 24, 2004
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