Review of Ecology-Based Strategy Change Theories

Dan Su

Abstract


Researches on strategy change theories are sorted into two schools, namely the content school and the process school. Research methods include the organization adaptability method and the ecology method. In perspective of organizational ecology, this paper reviews representative literatures about strategy change theories and summarizes relevant research methods in this field, with the hope of evaluating the advantages and disadvantages of different research methods. In order to perfect the theory, this paper suggests an integrated research on complexity theory and ecology strategy change theory. Finally, this paper advances two development trends for the research on strategy change, with the hope of supplying a direction for management scholars’future research.

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