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Diversification strategy and performance.

Nicholas P.G Ross

Diversification strategy and performance.

by Nicholas P.G Ross

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Published in Bradford .
Written in English


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M.B.A. dissertation. Typescript.

SeriesDissertations / University ofBradford Postgraduate School of Studies in Management and Administration
The Physical Object
Pagination75p.
Number of Pages75
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Open LibraryOL13784450M

  Available online at Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences 24 () – 7 th International Strategic Management Conference The Relation between Diversification Strategy and Organizational Performance: A Research on Companies Registered to the Istanbul Stock Exchange Market øbrahim Anıl a, Ihsan YiÃit b a* a Business and Administratin . performance through making use of diversification as a business strategy. The study follows the evaluation conducted by Pandya and Rao () and looks at the comparative performance of specialised, moderately diversified and highly diversified companies listed in .

This study explores the relationship between business model diversification (BMD) and firm performance from a demand‐side perspective. We focus on the addition of a business model with a high degree of demand complementarity, which we refer to as demand‐related BMD and explain the ways that such an addition can increase firm performance. So says corporate strategy planner Graham Kenny whose book lists seven steps that “successful diversifiers” follow. Blending practical information with meaty, real-life examples, Kenny illustrates how notable conglomerates, such as General Electric, exercise the discipline that successful diversification .

market. Diversification as espoused by McDonald () in the Ansoff Matrix has been widely used by firms world over to ensure firms remain relevant in the market place and as well enhance their absolute performance. Diversification Strategy Diversification is a strategy that takes the organization away from both its existing markets. Related Diversification. Related diversification occurs when a firm moves into a new industry that has important similarities with the firm’s existing industry or industries (Figure “The Sweet Fragrance of Success: The Brands That “Make Up” the Lauder Empire”).Because films and television are both aspects of entertainment, Disney’s purchase of ABC is an example of related.


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Diversification continues to be an important strategy for corporate growth and better financial performance. The relationship between the diversification strategy and profitability as well as. Sumario: The interrelationship of diversification strategy, organizational structure, and economic performance in large American industrial corporations is the subject of this study.

Horizontal Diversification. This strategy of diversification refers to an entity offering new services or developing new products that appeal to the firm’s current customer base.

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Rumelt and other strategy researchers used a semisubjective classification scheme and uncovered a systematic relationship between diversification strategies and performance.

This study combines the strengths of the index approach, namely, simplicity, objectivity and replicability, with the essential richness of Rumelt's methodology. Stocks and bonds make up the foundation of a diversification plan. The performance and volatility benefits of maintaining a relatively consistent 60/40 split.

Their strategic moves would aim at improving the overall performance of the diversified company. Based on relevant information and personal judgments, the strategists may consider divestment for certain units, making new acquisitions, restructuring the portfolio, stay with existing units, or alter the pattern of corporate resource allocation.

1. Introduction. Diversification is a strategic expansion of business into markets, sectors, industries and/or segments, mostly induced by reaction to competitiveness in the business environment (Wang et al., ; Yang et al., ).Even though diversification is widely practiced and significantly researched, conflicting theoretical and empirical disagreements still dominate the expanse.

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The general strategies include concentric, horizontal and conglomerate diversification. Each strategy focuses on a specific method of diversification. The concentric strategy. Diversification, which includes owning different stocks and stocks within different industries, can help investors reduce the risk of owning individual stocks.

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