• Research
    Enterprises in India: Industrial Distribution, Characteristics and Performance, Routledge, London. Lall, S. (1980). ‘Monopolistic advantages and foreign involvement by U.S. manufacturing industry’, Oxford Economics Papers, 32, 102-22. Lippman, S. A. and R. P. Rumelt (1982). ‘Uncertain imitability: An...
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  • project management
    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...
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  • Term Paper
    , towards an acknowledgement that internal resources be viewed as crucial to sustained effectiveness (Wright et al 2001). The work of Penrose (1959) represents the beginning of the resource-based view of the firm (RBV), later articulated by Rumelt (1984), Barney (1991, 1996) and Dierickx & Cool (1989). The...
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  • Business Strategy
    firms (Barney, 1991; Dierickx & Cool, 1989; Rumelt, 1984 P660 .) It is not difficult to see that if a frim’s valuable resource are absolutely unique among a set of competing and potentially competing firms, those resource will generate at least a competitive.(Barney 1991 .P107). For instance, though...
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  • Strategic Intent (Placing Within Wide Strategic Theory)
    vs. environment debate or more specifically the debate between a ‘resourced based view’ and a ‘positioning approach’ to strategy. The debate The ‘Resource Based View’ (RBV) emerged as one of the substantial theories of organisational based strategy during the 1980’s. Barney, (1986); Rumelt...
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  • Diversification
    investment. In: J. A. Nickerson & B. S. Silverman (Eds), Economic institutions of strategy, advances in strategic management (Chapter 16, Vol. 26). Emerald Group Publishing Ltd. Richardson, G. B. (1972). The organisation of industry. Economic Journal, 82(327), 883–896. Rumelt, R. P. (1974). Strategy...
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  • Journal of International Business and Cultural Studies
    small Italian manufacturing firms, in Rosson P.J. & Reid S. (Eds), Managing Export Entry and Expansion, New York: Praeger. , Rumelt R.P. (1974). Strategy, Structure, and Economic Performance. Boston MA: Harvard Business School Press. Schendel D., Patton G.R. & Riggs J. (1976). Corporate Turnaround...
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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...
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  • Mintzberg 5 Ps of Strategy
    chapter to "Market Signals" (including discussion of the effects of announcing moves, the use of "the fighting 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...
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  • E-Piracy
    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 were arrested for software piracy...
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  • Hr Document
    performance 22 Rumelt, R. (1984). Towards a strategic theory of the firm. In R. Lamb (Ed.) Competitive Strategic Management (556-570). Englewood Cliffs, CA: Prentice-Hall. Russell, J. S., Terborg, J. R. & Powers, M. L. (1985). Organisational performance and organisational level training and support...
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  • 1 - Competition and Business Strategy in
    profitability and competitive position and, more recently, to add a time or historical dimension to the analysis. The possible implications of the emergence of a market for such ideas are also discussed. “ S trategy” is a term that can be traced back to the ancient Greeks, for whom it...
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  • Grupos Estrategicos Caso Chileno
    competitiva. Hunt (1972), introdujo el concepto de grupo estratégico al observar un curioso fenómeno en un estudio sobre la industria farmacéutica de EE.UU. en los años 60’s: “la industria era altamente concentrada, sin embargo ésta presentaba baja rentabilidad”. Dicho fenómeno se atribuyó a la...
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  • Student
    of reality but a result of complex selection, sorting, manipulation, and conversion processes shaped by experience and existing knowledge (Cyert and March, 1992; Lippman and Rumelt, 1982; Mahoney and Pandian, 1992; Walsh, 1995; Mahoney, 1995; Miller and Shamsie, 1996; Eden and Spender, 1998; Senge...
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  • Pricing Profits
    --a period of constant industry over-capacity, the emergence of low-cost international rivals, and the onset of a deep global recession--Paccar’s average total shareholder return was 19.1%, versus negative 1.0% for the S&P 500...
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  • Scp Analysis of Jaygee Group(Singapore)
    , makes use of the data sources obtained from the company manual provided by Jay Gee Melwani groups. The secondary data sources like journals, reliable internet materials and other news reads have also been incorporated in this report. To get the comprehensive overview of the S-C-P paradigm, key...
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  • Sustainable Supply Chain
    The current issue and full text archive of this journal is available at www.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...
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  • Paper Rumelt 2003
    Rivkin (1999). Strategy and the Business Landscape. AddisonWesley, Reading, PA. Kay, John. (1993). Foundations of Corporate Success. Oxford University Press. Lippman S. A. and Rumelt, R. P. “The Payments Perspective: Micro-Foundations of Resource Analysis,” Strategic Management Journal, forthcoming...
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  • Tan and Mahoney
    , Winter Special, 93–107. Lippman, S. A. and Rumelt, R. P. (1982). ‘Uncertain imitability: an analysis of interfirm differences in efficiency under competition’. Bell Journal of Economics, 13, 418–38. Luo, Y. and Peng, M. W. (1999). ‘Learning to compete in a transition economy: experience, environment...
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  • Amazon Strategy
    in a manner which is most likely to defeat the enemy,“ * Richard Rumelt 1980s, "Strategy is creating situations for economic rents and finding ways to sustain them,“ * Rumelt, 1982; is, any viable position, whether or not directly competitive. * Astley & Fombrun (1983...
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