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Most research on market orientation has dealt with assessing how market orientation behaviour is related to business performance. This work has established an intense market-oriented activity as significantly and positively related to business performance under most circumstances. In a maturing field of research and practice the question on how to design programs for building market orientation is about to be answered. This branch looks deeper into the nature of market orientation and into designing and managing the increase of market orientation. However, the question on why marketing and related activities still seem to attract relatively few resources is not answered by supplying another checklist or package of facilitators.
Recent discussion about relationship marketing as a new marketing concept is strongly connected with a novel perspective on exchange processes as the core of marketing. Suggestions for changes in terminology — from transactions to relationships — and the enriched understanding provide the basis for developing marketing strategies. Analyses the understanding of transactions and relationships in the context of the conceptual exchange framework developed by Bagozzi in The reflection helps to locate the distinctive foci of actual relationship marketing proponents. Further illustrates the, until now, neglected research direction of marketing relationships in complex systems or networks. Report bugs here.
The global competitive battles of the s were won by companies that could achieve cost and quality advantages in existing, well-defined markets. In the s, these battles will be won by companies that can build and dominate fundamentally new markets. Speech-activated appliances, artificial bones, micro-robots, cars that park themselves—products like these not only make the […]. Speech-activated appliances, artificial bones, micro-robots, cars that park themselves—products like these not only make the inconceivable conceivable but also create new and largely uncontested competitive space. Over the next decade, more and more companies that have not already done so will close the gap with their rivals—mostly Japanese—on cost, quality, and cycle time. But without the capacity to stake out new competitive space, many will find themselves interned in traditional, and shrinking, product markets. Early and consistent investment in what we have called core competencies is one prerequisite for creating new markets.
Companies need to select a strategic approach that suits them and realize innovation that is consistent with them. In this paper, based on the case studies in the apparel industry, the author has revealed that the following combinations are consistent: resource approach and linear model, positioning approach and Kline model, gaming approach and hypothesis testing model, and learning approach and interactive model. Based on the results, to realize the construction of Super Smart Society in the near future, the author suggested innovation models that are consistent with the four aforementioned strategic approaches for each of the six industrial sectors. Furthermore, among these innovation models, it was suggested that the conventional plan-driven project is suitable for linear model and Kline model, and agile type project is effective for interactive model. In addition, hybrid type project with intermediate features between them are considered to be effective for hypothesis testing type model. Additionally, depending on the case, hybrid type project is considered to be effective for Kline model and interactive model.
In the s, competitive success came mostly from achieving cost and quality advantages over rivals in existing markets. In the s, it will come from building and dominating fundamentally new markets. Core competencies are one prerequisite for creating new markets. Corporate imagination and expeditionary marketing are the keys that unlock them. Prahalad argue that corporate imagination quickens when companies escape the tyranny of their served markets. Motorola, for example, sees itself as a leader in wireless communications, not just as a maker of beepers and mobile phones. Think about needs and functionalities instead of marketing's more conventional customer-product grid.
Prahalad The late C. Prahalad was more than an academic; he was one of the foremost business thinkers of our time. He was elected as the most influential living management thinker in and by Thinkers 50, compiled by The Times of London and Suntop Media. During his long career, he wrote five seminal books on strategy. His book, The Multinational Mission coauthored with Yves Doz set the framework for understanding global business. His book with Gary Hamel, Competing for the Future, hailed as the best business book of , first introduced the idea of "core competencies.
Prahalad, accepting trade-offs along an immutable frontier was an admission of defeat. Instead of optimizing choices across a constrained set of possibilities, he kept looking for ways to shift the frontier outwards. He showed how companies could combine cost competitiveness with product differentiation, rather than choosing between the two. Keywords: diversification , innovation , market positioning , C. Pralahad , strategic management , trade-off.
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There exists contradictory theoretical arguments and counter-intuitive empirical results regarding the market orientation, learning orientation and organizational performance nexus. We ask, can we simplify relations in this nexus? This study analyzes data from Australian organisations and employs non-nested encompassing tests. Contrary to recent findings extolling the virtues of a learning orientation, our results suggest that a market orientation may be the pre-eminent strategy to achieve superior organizational performance.
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Corporate imagination and expeditionary marketing are the keys that unlock these new markets. A company that underinvests in its core competencies, or.
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