TRANSACTIONS ON ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT, VOL. 49, NO. 1, FEBRUARY 2002
Core Competence for Sustainable Competitive Advantage: A Structured Methodology for Identifying Core Competence
Khalid Hafeez, YanBing Zhang, and Naila Malak
Abstract—Core competencies are the crown jewels of a company and, therefore, should...
The resource based view (RBV) of the firm - tremendous influence on shaping strategy content in the last decade - suggesting that unique firm competencies provide competitive advantage.
This stream of research gained momentum in the late 80s/early 90s (e.g., Barney, 1986 and Peteraf, 1993) picked up...
DIVING DEEP TO IDENTIFY CORE COMPETENCES
A key question we often raise with our Strategy Explorer clients when they are
thinking about their strategy is: what should that strategy be built on ?
Should it be built on market opportunity or the strategic capabilities of the
study for the relations of competitive advantage, core competence and critical success factors in Shanghai Pudong Development Bank. The aims are to examine how Chinese shareholding commercial banks can create competitive advantage and build core competence.
This research reviews a series of analytical...
The Impact of Core Competencies on
Companies need to learn to manage tomorrow's opportunities as competently as they manage today's businesses. The discovery of new competitive space is helped when a company has a class of technology generalists that can move...
The review of “The Core Competence of the Corporation”
When many corporations were struggling in unstable and unpredictable competitive environment in the 1990s, the proposition of the concept of core competence became the dominant framework in management theory (Liu, 2006). This essay...
TOPIC 1: Marketing Principles
1. What is marketing
2. The Core Marketing Concepts
3. Marketing Management Philosophies
1. What is marketing?
Definition of marketing:
Marketing is the process of planning and executing the conception, pricing, promotion, and distribution of ideas, goods, and...
case will explain what kind of strategies and resources the organisation have and through what kind of changes and development STT have been. The main idea of this case is to see how an organisation can develop and how they use their strategies and resources.
1.1 Summary of the Sheffield Theatres Trust...
The resource based view of the firm (RBV) deals with the concept that by understanding the internal resource base and core competences, the management of a business will be able to employ this specific knowledge to create and sustain a competitive advantage. The RBV promotes the idea of firm heterogeneity...
PDHPE Mid-Term Summary
CORE 1 & CORE 2
CORE 1 – Health Priorities in Australia
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Measuring health status
• ‘Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity’ (WHO, 1946)
Introduction to strategy
Strategy a course of action, including the specification of resources required to achieve objective. The long term direction a company believes it should take based on the combination of information available today and intelligent assumptions about the future...
the Human Resource System and its relation to the organizational strategy, of the company H3. Throughout this report it will be made an analysis of the practices done by the Human Resource department of this chain, applying the concepts and theories learned in the course of Human Resource Management...
My Key Concept- Core competence
Core competencies are the collective learning of the organization and the guiding parameters for new markets and diversification. A company with core competencies, will be able to create more value. The process of developing core competencies starts with the...
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Figure 1: Resource-based model 3
Critically evaluate the resource-based view (RBV) of the firm as a means of explaining the sources and strength of the competitive advantage of Apple.
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competing in an industry or in an industry segment control similar sets of strategically relevant resources and thus pursue similar strategies.
This assumption presumes that, given a similar availability of resources, the majority of companies competing in a specific industry-or in a segment of the industry-have...
Core competence (strengths and weakness)
In order to anticipate changes in business, management should build an appropriate strategic plan. Focusing on a company’s core competencies establishes a unique integrated system that competitors cannot replicate. By the definition as Prahalad...
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Integrating resource-based theory
in a practice-relevant form
College of Business and Economics, University of Canterbury, Christchurch,
Achieving powerful core competence in organization
b) Research questions:
1- An organization core competence versus companies' normal competition.
2- The core competence a combination of business specialism and human skills.
3- The challenges of individual competencies in competence based organization...
chapter 4Lecture Notes
Analyzing a Company’s Resources and Competitive Position
Chapter 4 discusses the techniques of evaluating a company’s internal circumstances – its resource capabilities, relative cost position, and competitive strength versus rivals. The analytical spotlight...
A New mandate for human resource professionals.
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Regardless of the nature of an organization, every organization is subjected to change ...
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collectively labelled the resource and capability-based view of the firm (RBV). In reality, Resource Competence View (RCV) first adopted an “economic” orientation. Pioneer studies (Wernerfelt, 1984) , Barney, 1986, 1991, Dierickx and Cool, 1989, Peteraf, 1993) focused on the type of resources and competencies...
We are going to explain the concept of core competency in this article and how to generate a competitive advantage for a company. This article will also tell you whatcontemporary views on core competencies do exist. We will provide a summary of a few cases and studies to describe the complexities...
business strategy is identifying the organization’s core competencies. Therefore, an important part of strategic planning is identifying and predicting the core competencies.
According to Prahalad and Hamel (1990)
“Core competencies are the collective learning in the organization...
Making Use of Resources, Capabilities and Core Competences.
Resources, capabilities and core competences
Resources, capabilities and core competencies are the foundation of competitive advantage. Resources are bundled to create organizational capabilities. In turn, capabilities are the source of a...
practical application. Finally they signpost some further resources for detailed understanding and research.
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The Impact of Core Competencies on Competitive Advantage: Strategic Challenge
Jehad S. Bani-Hani Department of Business Administration, Jadara University, Irbid, Jordan...
due to the following reasons: To match the employee specifications with the Job requirements and organizational Needs: Management finds deviations between employee’s present specifications and the job requirements and organizational needs. Training is needed to fill these gaps by developing and molding...