STRENGHTS: -Food (“Best Airline Cusine” worldwide award 2010),
- Frequent-flyer deal (“MilleMiglia”), allowing passengers to collect miles and redeem them with free tickets across the whole alliance.
WEAKNESSES: -Image (always
Homework No. 1
1. I was expecting an innovative name and logo from your team.
2. A very good introduction of the industry. Note ii. The second edition of the textbook (Barney and Hesterly) is copyrighted in 2008.
3. Industry rivalry: use a note to indicate the source when you ap
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After studying this unit you should be able to:
• apply a selection of tools to assess and understand the structure of an industry
• conduct an analysis of an industry structure
• review the main characteristics of an industry