Student at University of Ghent
20 July 2004 13:28pm
I am a post-graduate student of Business Management at Ghent University (Belgium), I am specialising in e-business and strategy. My goal is to gain knowledge in the whole e-business-field, so I can help businesses in the future to optimise their strategy (internal as well as external)
In the scope of my current research on how traditional businesses react(ed) on new entrants that use e-business, I am looking for papers, studies or interesting reading material. Also case-studies on this matter would be of great interest to me. How are "old-economy" organisations adapting/changing their strategy to cope with new new entrants.
Best regards and thanks for your valuable input!
Mr. Panis Vincent
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Director at ISSEL
27 July 2004 00:32am
The issue of bringing strategy to life, the communication of objectives and identifying the indicators which will determine how effectively you are performing against these goals is close to our hearts! If there is a clear understanding of what the objectives are, then the business can work in a co-ordinated way to maximise the returns on investments.
If you go to http://www.issel.co.uk/products_services/pilotworks/pilotworkspapers.htm you will see a number of papers discussing this including (under the Web Channel section) a White Paper by Jim Sterne.
You could also go to the archived web seminars at http://www.pilotsoftware.com/events/archives.html which illustrate this.
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