Gazprom [electronic resource] : the evolution of a giant in the global oil and gas industry / Kannan Ramaswamy
- Thunderbird case series
- Language Note:
- This edition in English.
- In 2009, Gazprom was widely believed to be among the most influential companies in the global oil and gas business. It had grown from its early days as an experiment in privatization of oil and gas following the rapid breakup of the Soviet Union. The case documents the growth strategies that the company has followed, its global aspirations, and the impact of its political lineage. The case offers a rich mix of insights into the contextual forces at work in shaping the destiny of Gazprom, the political pressures it faces as Russia's largest company, and its stutter-step approach to globalization. The material in the case allows for a comprehensive analysis and discussion on central themes such as the origin of competitive advantage for NOCs (National Oil Companies), the unique governance conflicts that they have to navigate in setting strategic direction, and the viability of their globalization strategies.
- Title from resource description page (viewed July 24, 2014).
Thunderbird case number: A09-09-0003.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (page 14).
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