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Business strategy

Change by Design

January 27, 2015

I am a huge fan of design thinking concept, and as described in one of my previous posts, this  increasingly popular trend in business, helps in meeting challenges, solving realistic and complex problems and finding desirable solutions by combining creative and critical thinking that allows information and ideas to be organized, decisions to be made, situations to […]

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Bearing Book Club

January 14, 2015

Last week I read in the FT Weekend Magazine that Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, announced to the word in a Facebook post (where else?) that he is starting a book club. Maybe it’s just a canny PR ploy, but it is definitely a good way to influence customer behaviour. Will this strong incentive encourage […]

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Strategic Evaluation of eBay

December 9, 2014

Strategy implemented by eBay It can be argued that eBay’s strategy consists of elements of all four growth strategies, identified as: market penetration, market development, product development and diversification. eBay began operating in one market and over the years expanded its business to others, currently having a global presence in 37 markets (eBay). Companies that […]

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Innovation Starts with the People

April 30, 2012

If an organization is aiming to be innovative and at the forefront, its Innovation and HR strategies should be integrated to ensure development and progress. Short-term as well as long-term. Changed conditions for competitiveness Today, most companies live in a reality characterized by rapid changes in all from demand to technological solutions. Recently, there was […]

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What business can learn from organized crime and 2500 years old Chinese art of war

March 14, 2012

The thought might be provoking; however, organized crimes and Chinese art of war have things in common and might serve as inspiration for modern business strategies in order to cope with today’s hypercompetitive markets. The idea that business can learn from the unseemly related subjects is intriguing and highly relevant. Sun Tzu and other more […]

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