Welcome to the companion website

Welcome to the companion website for Strategy: Theory and Practice, Second Edition, by Stewart R. Clegg, Jochen Schweitzer, Andrea Whittle and Christos Pitelis. The resources on the site have been specifically designed to support your study.

The SAGE edge site offers a whole host of resources that can be accessed anywhere, from the convenience of your phone to your tablet devices and laptops. Available is a vast array of learning tools and resources that will further enhance your knowledge and understanding of the topic you’re studying.

On this SAGE edge website students will find:

  • Action plans to support your study
  • Learning objectives for each chapter
  • Multiple choice quizzes to test your understanding
  • Video interviews with experienced strategists, including the CEOs of Greenpeace and Woolworths, managers from the Boston Consulting Group and Ernst & Young, and founders of start-ups RØDE Microphones and Sendle
  • Additional videos to develop and clarify information
  • Journal articles to support your research
  • Helpful links to additional resources
  • Digital flashcards created from the glossary

​​​All these resources are organized according to the relating chapter in the textbook, so it’s easy to find what you’re looking for. Just click on the links to the left.

Lecturers can access the following resources by logging in:

  • Editable PowerPoint® slides
  • Test bank, including essay and short answer questions
  • Instructors’ manual for teaching with the book

About the book:

Strategy: Theory and Practice is underpinned by the premise that strategic management is an important social practice in organizations and society alike. Regarding strategy as the prime means through which organizations produce rationality, the book engages with the philosophical underpinnings of strategy, as well as providing detailed coverage of the practical implications for strategy tools in the real world.

The authors provide a coherent and engaging overview of the established ‘classics’ of strategic management, while taking an exciting and innovative approach to contemporary issues such as: behavioural decision-making, power and politics, ethics and globalization. Whether you’re an undergraduate or a postgraduate student of strategy, Strategy: Theory and Practice provides you with all you need to know to succeed in your course and reflect on your future practice.


We gratefully acknowledge Stewart R. Clegg, Jochen Schweitzer, Andrea Whittle and Christos Pitelis for writing an excellent text and creating the materials on this site. 


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