First published in 1985, this book is about Imperial Chemical Industries' response to the changing social, political, business and ecomic environment over the past twenty years. Using personal interviews and archival material, Andrew Pettigrew examines the evolution of business strategy, organisation structure and culture, techlogy and union-management relations within this corporate giant over an extended period of time. It is a compelling account, told from the inside, by one of the world's leading management and organisation theorists. The Awakening Giant has made a major practical and theoretical contribution to the study of corporate strategy, organisational analysis and change, and business history. Anyone with an interest in managing change in a large corporation will find this reissue rewarding reading.