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Strategic Alliances Notes - Weeks 1-6

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Economy Business Management Strategic alliance Business alliance Transaction cost Governance Value proposition Business model Outsourcing Mergers and acquisitions Foreign market entry modes
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Topics this document covers:
Economy Business Management Strategic alliance Business alliance Transaction cost Governance Value proposition Business model Outsourcing Mergers and acquisitions Foreign market entry modes
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▪ Liberalization, deregulation ▪ Rise of China as worlds largest economy ▪ Lack of regulative forces ▪ Interconnectedness of companies ICT (revolution) consists of all technical means used to handle information and aid communication, including computer and network hardware as software ▪ ICT transforms business models ▪ Internet penetrates companies in every possible way ▪ Information across permeable organization boundaries Knowledge and sustainability challenge companies to create permeable organizational boundaries ▪ Open innovation requires new capabilities ▪ Corporate social responsibility impose pressure to change Alliances function as competitive ...
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