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The emerging capabilities approach to strategic management offers a rich array of ways to design change programs that will enhance a market orientation. This approach seeks the sources of defensible competitive positions in the distinctive, difficult-to-imitate capabilities the organization has developed.
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Agarwal, S. & Ramaswami, S. Choice of foreign market entry: impact of ownership, location and internationalization factors. Journal of International Business Studies, 33 (1), Now in its 21st printing, George S.
Day's Market Driven Strategy first defined what it means to be "market- driven." Providing a foundation for Day's new companion volume The Market Driven Organization, this seminal work remains a vital resource for a generation of managers struggling to align their organizations to volatile markets.
Contending that the rate of change in the market has clearly Cited by: He also spent 10 years in private firms, including Dell in Brazil and Orange in France. His broad areas of research interest include consumer culture and the sociology of markets.
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Contending that the rate of change in the market has clearly Released on: Janu Thomas Mussweiler is a professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School. He is an expert on the psychological foundations of organisational behaviour. More specifically, his interests include trust and cooperation, judgment and decision making, negotiation and influence, the self, interpersonal processes and stereotyping.
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In the marketing literatures, “articulation of demand” is quoted as an important competency of market-driving firms. In this paper, therefore, I will demonstrate how the concept of “demand articulation” was effective in formulating corporate policies for technology and market development, and also in government policies for accelerating the commercialization process of Cited by: Bonds are typically less volatile than stocks, though bonds can experience extreme fluctuations in price as evidenced by the meltdown when investment banks were declaring bankruptcy and having to raise cash however possible, dumping huge quantities of fixed income securities on the market, driving down prices.
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First, Kodama () introduced the concept of demand articulation, which is an important competency of market-driving firms. Most firms are more comfortable in a world of prearticulated demand, wherein customers know exactly what they want, and the firm’s challenge is to unearth that information.
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Technology and innovation in entrepreneurial businesses is typically explained in a variety of ways. For instance, (1) by describing how early-stage entrepreneurs and established business owner-managers focus on the novelty (or unfamiliarity) of their products or services relative to customers’ current experience (Bosma et al., ), or (2) by focusing on levels of innovativeness in.
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These six volumesimpose an order on the burgeoning marketing strategy literature. In doing so, core thematic topics, and new and emerging areas of interest are represented, and the resulting structure of the major work reflects the new Price: $ The resource-based view holds that firms can earn supranormal returns if and only if they have superior resources and those resources are protected by some form of isolating mechanism preventing their diffusion throughout industry.
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