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competitive

Business sufficiently low in price or high in quality to be successful against commercial rivals
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and period of elongation which need to be further investigated through better ontological and epistemological perspectives of competitive advantage.
Hancock 2001; Wang and Yang 2003; Lam et al 2004) which, while less polemical than Kohn's, nevertheless caution against competitive approaches in various educational settings.
In general, aluminum facilities are in the best competitive condition and have a more favorable financial position relative to the other metal segments, whereas gray iron facilities face the most difficult financial and competitive conditions.
This year, only 29 seats are considered competitive.
My first suggestion to promote a vibrant and competitive telecommunications sector in Japan is further reform of the national incumbent, NTT.
The organization said the mission of the magazine is to further the development of competitive intelligence and to encourage greater understanding of the management of competition.
The second competitive force is the "Threat of Substitute Services.
Competitive intelligence is a systematic, ethical process of monitoring a competitive environment by collecting and analyzing information that can affect the plans, decisions and activities of a business or organization.
A competitive intelligence or business intelligence (BI) system is the organizational process for systematically collecting, processing, analyzing, and distributing to decision makers information about an organization's external environment.
Although a large-scale competitive research project may be better suited to large firms, small firms also can adapt many of the strategies this article discusses.