• Dominant Logic
    two-thirds of the firms in the U.S.A, Fortune 500 are highly diversified and similar patterns of diversification exist in Western Europe and Japan (Rumelt, 1974; Pavan, 1972; Thanheiser, 1972; Pooley, 1972; Channon, 1973; Suzuki, 1980). As a consequence, interest in the relationship between corporate...
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  • project management
    along with the increasing importance of strategic management; there are various definitions about strategic management over the past several decades. Rumelt, Schendel and Teece (1991) define strategic management as those subjects about the direction of organizations which include selecting objectives, choosing...
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  • A Stakeholder View of Strategic Management in Chinese Firms
    How firms behave and what determines a firm’s performance in international competition are two of four fundamental issues in strategic management (Rumelt, Schendel, & Teece, 1994). Searching for sources of competitive advantage has been a key theme for strategy researchers and business managers over...
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  • Sustainable Supply Chain
    emeraldinsight.com/0960-0035.htm IJPDLM 38,5 A framework of sustainable supply chain management: moving toward new theory Craig R. Carter and Dale S. Rogers University of Nevada, College of Business Administration, Reno, Nevada, USA Abstract Purpose – The authors perform a large-scale literature...
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  • E-Piracy
    on 4K cards which weren’t up to standards so copies were made of larger and more effective cards by members of the Homebrew Computer Club. In the 1990’s Rusty and Edie’s BBS was raided by the FBI for having over 14,000 subscribers paying $89 a year to access 100,000 files and Russ and Edwina Hardenburgh...
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  • Born Global Firm
    Innovation, Organizational Capabilities, and the Born-Global Firm Author(s): Gary A. Knight and S. Tamar Cavusgil Source: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 35, No. 2 (Mar., 2004), pp. 124-141 Published by: Palgrave Macmillan Journals Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3875247 . Accessed:...
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  • The Design School: Reconsidering the Basic Premises of Strategic Management Henry Mintzberg Faculty of Management, Mcgill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    entitled 'How to evaluate corporate 175 strategy' (1963). Andrews (pp. 105-108) followed by combining Tilles's list of six criteria wSth other elements of the model, while Rumelt, a graduate of the Harvard doctoral program in policy, elaborated these ideas in a most succinct (1980) and sophisticated (1979)...
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  • Tan and Mahoney
    resource-based theory, a firm’s resources affect how the firm behaves, and, consequently, how the firm performs economically (Barney, 1991; Lippman and Rumelt, 1982). Since managerial resources play an important role in obtaining, utilizing, and developing a firm’s other productive resources (Penrose, 1959;...
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  • Determinat Factor of Firms Performance
    Determinants of Firm Performance: The Relative Importance of Economic and Organizational Factors Gary S. Hansen; Birger Wernerfelt Strategic Management Journal, Vol. 10, No. 5. (Sep. - Oct., 1989), pp. 399-411. Stable URL: http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0143-2095%28198909%2F10%2910%3A5%3C399%3ADOFPTR%3E2...
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  • First Mover Advantage
    2007 Strategic Management Joun~al,Vol. 9, 41-58 (1988) FIRST-MOVER ADVANTAGES MARVIN B. LIEBERMAN and DAVID 0. MONTGOMERY Graduate S c h o o l o f Business, S t a n f o r d University, Stanford, California, U.S.A. This article surveys the theoretical and enlpiricnl literatiirc~or1 nzechnizisrns...
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  • Strategic Human Resource Management
    and Wilson, 1994) and the human dimension has received a good deal of conceptual attention from strategy scholars (Fiol, 1991; Lado et al., 1992; Rumelt et al., 1991). The global organization must be flexible enough to develop products/services that attract consumers, yet maintain a fit of organization...
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  • Mintzberg 5 Ps of Strategy
    brand," and the use of threats of private antitrust suits) and another to "Competitive Moves" (including actions to preempt com.~ petitive r e ~ p o n s e )Likewise in his subsequent book, Competitive Advantage, there is a chapter on "Defensive Strategy" that discusses a variety of ploys for reducing the...
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  • Strategic Management
    (1978) and later Porter (1980, 1985), strategic content research flourished. The next decade may bring a similar revolution to strategic process. As Rumelt, Schendei, and Teece (1991: 22) write: 'Both theoretical and empirical research into the sources of advantage has begun to point to organizational...
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  • Aerospace
    ............................ 52 FIGURE 9: MILITARY AEROSPACE INDUSTRY TURNOVER - EUROPEAN UNION (ASD, 2004)........................ 54 FIGURE 11: DS&S DATA ANALYSIS FOR BROADBAND VIBRATION ON TWO TRENT 700 ENGINES .................. 77 FIGURE 12: ENGINE SHOP VISIT - REWORK LEVEL FOR CORE ENGINE MODULES...
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  • Core Competence for Sustainable Competitive Advantage
    Hafeez@shu.ac.uk). N. Malak is with the Research and Business Development, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield S1 1WB, U.K. Publisher Item Identifier S 0018-9391(02)01592-1. T 0018-9391/02$17.00 © 2002 IEEE HAFEEZ et al.: CORE COMPETENCE FOR SUSTAINABLE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE 29 TABLE I...
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  • Strategy Creation in the Periphery:
    study, needs to be considered when details of strategic capabilities and activities, including cognitive and belief patterns, are to be examined (Rumelt et aL, 1991), The delineation of how strategy really is made and who is involved in its making is also important more generally for managers and...
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  • Teece
    commentator to remark that ‘the demise of a popular but unsustainable business model now seems inevitable’.3 No matter what the sector, there are criteria that enable one to determine whether or not one has designed a good business model. A good business model yields value propositions that are compelling...
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  • Organisational Strategy
    parameters which should be fulfilled to declare any capability of an organization to be a core competency. The mentioned ones below fit rightly in the criteria GE’s core competences and capabilities and their effectiveness in supporting the corporate’s success Technological Innovation: GE invests 6%...
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  • Neo-Carnegie
    do not optimize over this latent choice set, but rather stop searching when they identify an alternative that satisfies their various performance criteria. Hence, decision makers were viewed as satisficing. Search for alternatives and minimal aspiration levels in turn became the foundational assumptions...
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  • Imitation of International Entry Modes
    transposed; once a firm is experienced, it tends to look internally for solutions, and it places a greater reliance on technical decision-making criteria than social criteria in investment decisions. This means that experience reduces the probability of mimetic behaviour, so it can be expected that this hypothesis...
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