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Strategic Management Practices and Issues Topic---Value isn’t just for McDonald’s customers
Friday, Sep 20, 2013, 7:30 AM until 8:45 AM
Sopprafina Market Cafe
222 West Adams St.
Chicago, IL 60606
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Value has a mercurial quality which makes it difficult for internal polishing efforts to effectively translate externally. How should and do different organizations perceive and deliver value should be implicit in their strategy, right? Finance professionals understand it differently than marketers and operations specialists. How then does it become an integral part of your strategy? Does it fuel or merely become the measure of successful performing organizations?
We found a few researchers with some recommendations to successfully deliver value.
Come join us
Register* and then Read the articles and come prepared to explore value in multiple dimensions from three research perspectives. We will discuss the conditions and circumstances that make these models hold and how easy do they translate.
Three Rules for Making a Company Truly Great
by Michael E. Raynor and Mumtaz Ahmed
Reconfiguring the Value Network
Verna Allee,2000, Journal of Business Strategy, Vol. 21 Iss: 4, pp.36 - 39
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Competitive positioning and value chain configuration
in international markets for traditional food specialties
Odd Jarl Borch, Ingrid H. E. Roaldsen 2007
*As always, seating is limited to the first 20 sign ups. There is no fee to join us, but we do ask you to read the material in advance.
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If you have topics or suggested articles that you’d like us to consider, we would love to hear from you.
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