• Strategic Management
    , AL & Nadim, A 2002, ‘Strategic Choices in a Turbulent Environment: A Case Study of Starter Corporations’, Journal of Sport Management, Vol. 16, no.1, p.36. 18. Singtel Global Presence, viewed 22 July 2008, 19. SingTel Group 2008, SingTel Group’s results for the fourth quarter, SingTel...
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  • Case Study on Xyz Cables
    change factors on Organizations, through the case study of XYZ cables Ltd. The analysis in the previous chapters indicate that the company is on the verge of a closure The company which enjoyed the status of a sole supplier to The Department of Telecom till 1995-96, could not withstand the...
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  • France Telecom
    capabilities to meet the change process strategy for the future in the face of shortage of high-level skills in its work-force. Internally, the adaptation of staff to the new environment has encountered some resistance to change (Sanglier, EMCC Case studies, 2005). The continuously changing cultural...
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  • Marketing Strategy in Sme
    issues and competition faced in this industry in Singapore and how to identify the navigation and support processes based on the data collected. Based on my case study, I will review why and how different strategic models can help an entrepreneur to solve the competition as well as to look into the...
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  • Singtel
    , international, and fixed-line services; S$36.9 million in Shinawatra Datacom and Shinawatra Paging, which provide data communication and paging services and S$551 million in Advanced Info Services of Thailand, a cellular phone operator. References http://business-strategy-competition.knoji.com/Singapore Telecom-businesslevel-strategy/ From case study 1 – Singapore Telecom: Strategic Challenges...
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  • Team Management
    investments, coupled with the challenges of a dynamic market place, means that outsourcing strategy, which is focused on strategic supplier partnerships, is a key value differentiator. He claims that in current business environment, which can be characterized as turbulent, every company needs...
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  • EFFECTS OF MANAGEMENT RESTRUCTURING
    . 25 Loch, C., A. De Meyer, S. Kavadias, 2000, Dragonfly. INSEAD Case Study. 26 Fayard A.L., 2001, Creating the INSEAD campus in Singapore, in preparation. 27 Loch, C. H., 1998, Crossair: the Introduction of DGPS. INSEAD case study. 28 Loch C., C. Terwiesch, 1997, op. cit. 29 Verdin Paul...
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  • Dhl Logistics Project Report
    Singapore in the company. The company also has a strategic alliance with Vodafone. The company’s mobile network equipment partners include Ericsson and Nokia. In the case of the broadband and telephone services and enterprise services (carriers), equipment suppliers include Siemens, Nortel, Corning...
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  • Airtel Project
    . EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This report on Bharti Airtel is done to findout certain objective regarding the strategic approach Adopted by Airtel to stand strongly in the competitive telecom market. Airtel’s marketing strategies are analyses using various models like SWOT analysis, BCG Matrix, Ansoff’s...
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  • Executive Summary
    manufacturing capacity prevents the firm from reacting quickly to changes in the strategic environment. External Analysis An opportunity is the chance to introduce a new product or service that can generate superior returns. Opportunities can arise when changes occur in external environment...
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  • Standards Dynamics
    substantial changes in the mobile telecom sector, focusing on the correspondence of the changes in the standards system to overall industry dynamics. Empirical information from the Symbian case is used to illustrate the hypothesis of standardization process and of...
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  • Marketing Strategy of Bharti Airtel
    www.projectsparadise.com 2 3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This report on Bharti Airtel is done to findout certain objective regarding the strategic approach Adopted by Airtel to stand strongly in the competitive telecom market. Airtel’s marketing strategies are analyses using various...
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  • The Prescriptive and Emergent Approaches to Strategic Management
    experimentation to arrive at different strategic plans which are selected using past learning and technical innovations to gain competitive advantage in a turbulent market with optimal solution and continuity. Changes in the present situation of the market environment is its context, and it follows the...
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  • Sapm
    ,' InternationalJournal of Public Sector Mjmagemtnt, 6(2), 17-40. Singh, K. (1995), 'Corporate Strategy in the Intelligent Island: The Case of Singapore Telecom,' Industrial and Corporate Change, 4, 691-702. Singh, K. and S. H. Ang (1997), The Strategies and Success of Government Linked Corporations in Singapore...
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  • Business strategy- OSIM international Ltd
    . Therefore, this has made OSIM interesting for a case study analysis. Strategic Analysis External analysis General environment The economic environment of Singapore is a highly developed and a free market economy. The per capita GDP of Singapore is been higher than most of the developed...
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  • Strategic Planning in a Turbulent Environment: Evidence from the Oil Majors
    . Using in-depth case studies of the planning systems of eight of the world’s largest oil companies, Plant shows that strategic planning continues to play a key role in the management systems of large companies. His analysis identifies the fundamental changes in the nature and role of strategic planning...
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  • Brands
    strategic investments in regional reputable mobile operators such as Telkomsel in Indonesia, Globe Telecom in The Philippines, Advanced Info Service in Thailand, Warid Telecom in Pakistan, PBTL in Bangladesh and Bharti Airtel in India. With the change in consumer taste and marketing trends towards digital...
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  • M&S
    Oxford. Beaver, G. (2001) Competitive advantage and corporate Governance: Shop soiled and needing attention, the case of Marks and Spencer PLC. A strategic change journal, vol 8, 1999, pp. 325-34. Brenady, D. (2005) Will the real Marks and Spencer Stand Up? Searching For That Winning Brand. A...
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  • Strategic Planning
    : Strategic Change Management | | | Assignment title | | In this assessment you will have opportunities to provide evidence against the following criteria. Indicate the page numbers where the evidence can be found. | Criteria reference | To achieve the criteria the evidence...
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  • Competitiveness Fo Firms- Review of Theory
    , Bangalore, INDIA e-mail: ajitabh@rediffmail.com Assoc. Prof. Competitiveness & Chairperson, Strategic Management Group, Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi, INDIA-110016 [e-mail: momaya@dms.iitd.ac.in] 2 1 Singapore Management Review, vol 26, no. 1; First...
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