development strategies organizations should adopt in different situations. In this paper the authors assert that the strategy for enterprise development is contingent upon certain variables which they proceed to define. They then describe the critical tasks which must be addressed to match
the requirements of each type of situation, and examine the capabilities an organization must have to address these tasks.
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