By Robert Healy
Corporate Political Behavior facilities on why firms do what they do in politics. The textual content attracts upon insights from the author’s 40 years of presidency and political experience—insights positioned inside an working framework grounded within the political technology and strategic factor administration disciplines.
Robert Healy argues that company political habit effects from the interaction of behavioral drivers—commercial goals, aggressive political virtue, company political tradition and leadership—and behavioral enablers—political capital, company political recognition, company crusade financing, and company political clout. This interaction all features inside a three-world atmosphere: industry, non-market, and inner company. The e-book examines how those elements constitution a firm’s political positioning, its business-political innovations, and its political habit because it seeks to realize its market pursuits. The textual content good points in-chapter aspect bars— occasions, or conditions or political happenings of which the writer both knew or participated—along with longer mini-cases during which the writer additionally participated or used to be consulted. every one bankruptcy concludes with a precis and takeaway issues.
Corporate Political Behavior might be appropriate to classes in political technology and in enterprise tuition classes on strategic factor administration, coverage building, company business enterprise and company technique, in addition to of curiosity to enterprises and practitioners.
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