Strategic groups and strategic characteristics, International Economics

Strategic groups

       "Strategic groups are organizations within an industry with similar strategic characteristics, following similar strategies or competing on similar bases" (Johnson & Scholes, 2002). Any projects that are different in terms of characteristics such as:

  • High quality of service
  • High technology (IMC uses the latest technology)
  • Size of project (IMC is one of biggest hospitals in Saudi Arabia)
  • Diversity of services (the hospital has many departments such as a family medical center, eye center, an advanced minimally invasive and bariatric surgery center, and a head and neck surgery department).
Posted Date: 3/2/2013 5:55:50 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Strategic groups and strategic characteristics, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Strategic groups and strategic characteristics, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Strategic groups and strategic characteristics Discussions

Write discussion on Strategic groups and strategic characteristics
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Financial analysis : To deeply understand the Lenovo's performance for recent years, we get more details on its financial figures (1) compare with the industry averages (2). The fo

Q. Discuss the values of private saving in closed and open economies. Answer: In the closed economy private saving Sp is equal to I + (G - T) and in an open economy private sav

Q. Explain the Asian financial crisis as it unfolds beginning with the valuation of the Thai currency in July 1997, followed by the Malaysian, South Korean and Indonesian crises.

Q. What are the three types of transactions between the residents of different countries? Answer: 1. Trades of services and goods for goods or services. 2

what are the theories supporting protectionism

Q. What are the three types of gains from international transactions between the residents of different countries? Answer: 1. Gains due to comparative benefit and ec

Does the existence of non-tradable goods allow for deviations from Purchasing Power Parity? Answer:  Yes the continuation of non-tradable goods permits deviations from Purchas

INTERNATIONAL TRADE can be understood as follows By the international trade, we signify the exchange of goods and services between different countries. For any individual count


Difference between net barter terms of trade and gross barter terms of trade