An Abbreviated Annotated Bibliography: H. Igor Ansoff
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Two bibliographies of works of H. Igor Ansoff have appeared in print (Ansoff 1992; Hussey 1999). The latter bibliography attempted to provide additional information to some entries from the former and did not include other entries, without explanation of their omission. The items below may not represent a complete reconstruction of the literature published by Igor Ansoff since much of his work appears to have been in the form of reports and working papers. Henry Mintzberg is reported as having described Ansoff as the 'father of strategic management' (Williams 2002) and stated that 'Igor's real contribution to the literature . . . is not prescriptive but descriptive, in the concepts he provided to us' (Mintzberg 1991: 464). For these reasons it is important to record Ansoff's published works accurately.
This is uncorrected, proof. The title of the chapter changed at publication to 'H. Igor Ansoff: a bibliography'.
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Casagrande, S.; Naga, A.; Mezdari, F.; Lahmam-Bennani, A.; Bolognesi, P.; Joulakian, B.; Chuluunbaatar, O.; Al-Hagan, O.; Madison, D.; Fursa, Dmitry; Bray, Igor (2008)Relative (e,2e) triply differential cross sections (TDCS) are measured for the ionization of the helium atom and the hydrogen molecule in coplanar asymmetric geometry at a scattered electron energy of 500 eV and ejected ...
Lorenzen, S.; Wierling, A.; Reinholz, H.; Röpke, G.; Zammit, Mark; Fursa, Dmitry; Bray, Igor (2012)We present results for the Lyman-a line of hydrogen in dense plasmas. Full line profiles are calculated within a quantum-statistical method, based on thermodynamic Green's functions. The contributions of plasma ions and ...
Calculation of the relativistic rise in electron-impact-excitation cross sections for highly charged ionsBostock, Christopher; Fontes, C.; Fursa, Dmitry; Zhang, H.; Bray, Igor (2013)Exact relativistic plane-wave Born (RPWB) matrix elements of the Møller interaction are incorporated in the “analytic Born subtraction technique” and employed in the relativistic convergent close-coupling method. Application ...