Long range planning

@article{Eisenstein2005LongRP,
  title={Long range planning},
  author={M. Eisenstein},
  journal={Nature Methods},
  year={2005},
  volume={2},
  pages={884-884}
}
In November 1987, the Ashridge Strategic Management Centre was established, with the mission of carrying out research focused on corporate-level strategy and themanagement ofmulti-business companies. In November 1997, we ran a major conference to review what we had learned during the last decade. Since Brief Case has reported piecemeal on a variety of the research initiatives that we have carried out during this time, we felt that it would be appropriate to publish the background paper that we… Expand
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