Gaining competitive advantage
Ng Seow Li
Today's escalating, competitive and demanding environment has forced players in the
marketplace to be more efficient, to emphasize on a leaner organization
Question: Explain the role of Proximity and Globality in effectiveness
1. Executive summary
The aim of this assignment was to explain the effect that proximity and globality has on an organizations' ability to be effective and competitive in its operating environment.
Effectiveness is defined
The purpose of this report is to evaluate the process of the strategic management in the global competitive environment.
The globalization of the business in our environment has been a source for global organizations to incorporate the process of a global strategic management.
COMPETITIVE IMPLICATIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION IN
THE PAINT AND COATINGS INDUSTRY
This case study was prepared by Ben Bonifant, Management Institute for Environment and
Business. The research was conducted in collaboration with the U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency and Hochschule St. Ga
Corporate and operational managers strive to create more value by optimizing the supply-chain activities. Optimization of supply chain activities means competition from other firms, primarily on cost-efficiency. However, optimization of supply chain activities alone cannot always yield a source of c
Strategy analysis and choice seeks to determine alternative courses of action that could best enable the firm to achieve its mission and objectives. It largely involves making subjective decisions based on objective information. Strategies are derived from the firm’s visi
Explain how the ‘Ansoff matrix’ can be applied to help develop strategic marketing options for an enterprise. What other analytical tools and techniques can be employed to develop alternative marketing strategies?
Table of contents
2. The Ansoff Matrix
Aug. 2009, Volume 6, No.4 (Serial No.47)
Journal of US-China Public Administration, ISSN 1548-6591, USA
Searching for sustainable competitive advantage— From tangibles to intangibles*∗
OGREAN Claudia, HERCIU Mihaela, BELAŞCU Lucian
(Faculty of Economic Sciences, Lucian Blaga University
Uncovering competitive and institutional drivers of HRM practices in multinational corporations
Elaine Farndale & Jaap Paauwe Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Submitted to: Human Resource Management Journal, Special Edition on International HRM
This paper is not yet finalised
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National Competitive Advantage as the Context for Marketing Strategy
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COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE IN INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS : A RESOURCE-BASED VIEW
Presented in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Graduate School of The Ohio State University
By Doyeon Won, M.S. *****
The Ohio State University 2004
A Basic Guide for
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John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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ost managers today understand the strategic implications of the information-based, knowledge-driven, service-intensive economy. They know what the new game requires: speed, flexibility and continuous self-renewal. They even are recognizing that skill
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