This collection of selected papers provides a range of fundamental readings in strategic management. The collection covers basic and advanced topics and include selections from both traditional masters in the field as well as writings by contemporary authors. PART 1 contains the classical foundational texts (from scholars such as Herbert Simon, Alfred Chandler and Alfred Sloan) which helped create the field. PART 2 covers the key texts in the areas of industry analysis and competitive strategy (with contributions by Porter, Nalebuf, Ghemewhat and others). PART 3 highlights contributions to the resources-based view (including key articles from Richard Rumelt, Jay Barney and others). PART 4 addresses dynamic capability theory (with contributors such as Sidney Winter, Richard Rumelt, David Teece and others), covering areas such as organizational learning, entrepreneurship and future directions for strategic management. Each volume contains an introduction to the content included. The collection is of great value to scholars, students and practitioners of corporate strategy.