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Sayan Chatterjee, Kenneth S. Corts, Ghemawat, Pankaj, Gary P Pisano, Jan W.Rivkin.
"Comeptitive Strategy, Business Fundamental Series 1520."
Harvard Business School Publishing, 2002.

Business Fundamentals are collections of Harvard Business School background materials, reflecting HBS courses and supplemented by self-study aids. This collection includes six background notes, two articles from Harvard Business Review, and one article from California Management Review. The collection covers ideas, issues, and best practice principles in the area of competitive strategy. Selection and sequencing of materials were based in part on the first-year MBA course on competitive strategy. Included are: "Competition and Business Strategy in Historical Perspective," "What Is Strategy?," "A Note on Microeconomics for Strategists," "How Competitive Forces Shape Strategy," "Creating Competitive Advantage," "Sustaining Superior Performance: Commitments and Capabilities," "Delivering Desired Outcomes Efficiently," "Industry Transformation," and "An Alternative Approach to Making Strategic Choices."

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Ghemawat, Pankaj.
"Getting Global Strategy Right."
Faculty Seminar Series. Boston: Harvard Business School Publishing, 2003.
Cd-rom. (Faculty Lecture: HBSP Product Number 5623C.)

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Ghemawat, Pankaj.
"Getting Global Strategy Right."
Harvard Business School Case Method Teaching CD 704-498.

Video. When setting a strategy for doing business across borders, do you look for similarities and differences between countries? Companies will operate at intermediate levels of cross-border integration for the foreseeable future, and this state of "semi-globalization" offers enormous challenges and opportunities. Listen to Harvard Business School Professor Pankaj Ghemawat's case examples, learn to think broadly about adaptation and aggregation strategies, and remember to include arbitrage, the "forgotten strategy," in your choices. Choosing from a full set of strategy options greatly increases your company's chance of creating value from cross-border operations.

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Ghemawat, Pankaj.
"Sustaining Competitive Advantage."
Faculty Seminar Series. Boston: Harvard Business School Publishing, 2005.
Cd-rom. (Faculty Lecture: HBSP Product Number 9718C.)

How do successful organizations sustain their competitive advantage in the midst of rapid change and innovation in the marketplace? What are the key threats to sustainability, and how can you respond to keep your organization competitive? In this presentation, professor Pankaj Ghemawat outlines the key threats to sustainability: imitation, substitution, holdup, and slack. Successful companies like Wal-Mart and Intel have devised innovative responses to these threats and have outperformed their competition.

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