Benefit in a global market, Strategic Management

1.  Execute an e-strategy in an organisation.

2.  Develop processes to monitor the execution of an e-strategy in an organisation.

3.  Assess how an e-strategy contributes to ensuring an organisation's competitive benefit in a global market.

 

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