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4.1 Il realismo strategico nel governo d'impresa

Materiali per una pragmatica del valore
  • Cristiano Ciappei,

Like all volumes in the series, the book offers wide-ranging cultural reflections and insights relevant to corporate governance. Traditionally, realism is identified with a disillusioned approach to reality opposing to any form of ideology or utopia; the works proposes instead a strategic realism that supports an entrepreneurial humanism, while avoiding both cynicism and idealism at the same time. So is to be the strategy understood: convenience selects the achievable advantages; interest is the drive for change; the stratagem relies on the propensity of events; the plan traces the route of the wished opportunities; the action collects the opportunities.

  • Keywords:
  • Economia,
  • Imprese,
  • Gestione d'impresa,
  • Strategia d'impresa,
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Cristiano Ciappei

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-4153-1110

Cristiano Ciappei is Professor of Business Strategies at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Florence. He is currently engaged in the study of entrepreneurial governance, product innovation and strategy evaluation.
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Book Title

4.1 Il realismo strategico nel governo d'impresa

Book Subtitle

Materiali per una pragmatica del valore

Authors

Cristiano Ciappei

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Number of Pages

530

Publication Year

2006

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Firenze University Press

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978-88-5518-967-5

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TITOLO FUORI COLLANA

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