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Strategic Interactions in the Petroleum Industry:
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This book analyses strategic interactions in the upstream activities of the petroleum industry, using game theoretic technique. The author provides insight into the peculiar nature of competitive behaviour of the oil majors and the revenue destruction effect that ensues from interdependencies between these firms for market share. These arguments are augmented by reference to an illustrative case study demonstrating prisoner's dilemma with reference to exploration efforts, and offers an explanation for the wave of mergers between 1998 to 2005. The role of process technologies such as Seismology, in the industry dynamics referenced and highlighted. The content is suitable for students enrolled in executive management courses in business schools since it provides an excellent real life example of corporate strategies, as well as oil executives and managers. Oil and gas engineers who have an interest in understanding industry dynamics, government "watch dogs", whose responsibility it is to understand industry wide consolidations are likely to find this book valuable.

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Stand: 07.08.2020
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Political risk in Asian markets
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In 2006, the Google Corporation appeared in China with google.cn. The business model of Google, as a search engine corporation, is looked at in China from the point of view of market share, revenue streams, profit and loss, and competition from Chinese search engine rivals. This work also explores the Google experience in China by using well established concepts of corporate goodwill and corporate reputation. Like many multinational corporations in China, Google may have underestimated political risk when entering the Chinese Internet economy, and/or, was unprepared for unlevel playing field.

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Employee Stock Options, Payout Policy, and Stoc...
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The book investigates empirically mechanisms behind the recent widespread use of employee stock options and share repurchases in corporate financial management. Exploring through econometric models a sample of large U.S. technology corporations in the period between 1997 and 2005, it documents complex links between stock option plans, payout policy and other key financial characteristics of these firms. The models highlight the interplay between the interests of long-term shareholders, optionholders and speculative investors and provide estimates of joint effects of option dynamics and repurchases on stock returns, undervaluation and option plans on payout policy as well as risk taking and revenue growth on payoffs to shareholders and optionholders.

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International Marketing plan for Volkswagen
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Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject Business economics - Marketing, Corporate Communication, CRM, Market Research, Social Media, grade: 1,2, , language: English, abstract: In 2007 the Volkswagen group with its headquarters in Wolfsburg, Germany sold 6,191,618 vehicles worldwide and 329,305 employees generated a sales revenue of 108,897,000EUR with an operating profit of 6,151,000EUR which in turn resulted in a profit after tax of 4,122,000EUR.1 The group is divided into two divisions, namely the automotive one, accounting for 91% of total revenues plus the financial one, contributing 9% to the total turnover. Within the automotive sector, the company markets its vehicles under brands like, VW passenger cars, Audi, Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Seat and Skoda. In 1984, Volkswagen as the first western auto maker, began its operational activity in China. When it entered the market it had to form a joint venture with a Chinese company to produce cars. By now the group has thirteen representative companies. Due to its early engagement in the biggest Asian market, it reached a leading position which despite some previous challenges lasted until today. For example, the corporation sold 910,000 vehicles (VW + Audi) in Hong Kong as well as in the mainland of China which resulted in a market share of 17.8% in 2007.2 Therefore, China is (yet) after Germany the second most important market for Volkswagen, representing almost 15% of the company car sales. In the following international marketing plan, the author will describe how to increase car sales and boost market share up to 20% over the next 2 years with the introduction of a new small light weight hybrid car, the Volkswagen Cotha. [...]

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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CANON Inc. Any chance to beat its global compet...
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Seminar paper from the year 2011 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: 2.0, University of applied sciences, Munich, course: Corporate Strategic Management, language: English, abstract: Canon's strategies have been very effective in balancing growth of market share and profitability of the company by controlling a significant share of focused niche markets in the imaging industry. Canon's strategic challenges in-volved identifying the markets in which it intended to compete and developing competitive advantages to allow the firm to balance market share and profitabil-ity growth within these markets. In the late 1960s, Canon initially adopted a business-level strategic vision of focusing on the small photocopier niche that was underserved by its major competitors using a technology that was totally different than the existing tech-nologies used by the competition. The strategic vision provided direction for Canon's strategic planning process. At the same time, the corporate planning process was flexible enough to allow Canon to recognize and exploit opportuni-ties in related markets over the long run and to adopt the corporate strategy by diversification based on the evolution of its core competencies. Over the long run, the development and application of Canon's strategy was successful and has made the company a leader in the imaging industry group. The assignment provides current data about Canon's business units with re-spect to sales revenue and market shares for the core products. Further, a SWOT analysis is done for the company and together with a industry attractiveness and competitive strengths rating of each business unit a nine-cell matrix developed. The work concludes with some general recommendations for the future strategy of Canon Inc. and some particular ones for each business unit. Finally, some general management aspects are provided by the ITM checklist.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Case study: Hewlett-Packard - Any chance to bea...
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Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2008 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: 1,0, University of applied sciences, Munich, language: English, abstract: HP is an international giant in the information technology industry. The company offers a wide product portfolio from personal computers (PC), notebooks, serves, storage, printers, scanners, and digital camera to IT services. The company features a phenomenal growth history and has developed from a 'garage' with a working capital of $538 in 1938 to a leading global provider with $100 billion revenue. However the global competition becomes fiercer today and HP has to face with different competitors in all business segments. Can HP continue its success story and beat the global competitors? This question will be tried to answer in the present study. In this study the internal and external environment factors effecting HP's business are analyzed. Thereby industry's economic features and competitive environment, e.g. market segments, market size and growth, trends, competition, and driving forces are studied. Moreover, the SWOT of HP and its biggest global competitors as well as financial performance of HP over the last three business years (2005 - 2007) are analyzed. The diversified business portfolio of HP is evaluated using the Nine Cell Matrix and concrete recommendations for the senior management board of HP are provided. It could be shown that despite fierce competition HP could remain its pole position in the world market. HP is worldwide No. 1 in the printing, PC, and server market and No. 2 in storage business. HP exhibited an impressive financial performance in the last 3 years. For the future HP should intensify strategic alliances and partnerships and boost the acquisition to strengthen competitive capability and to gain market share quickly. The company should follow strategies like rapid expanding into new geography markets, rapid product development and push the product innovation, penetration also in low-end market segments, expanding into online sale and business, and offering complete solution based on broad portfolio in order to meet customer needs. Moreover HP should improve its supply chain management, optimize manufacturing cost, and strengthen the effective marketing and channel partnership to boost the completive strengths.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Fusion or Fizzle
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Achieve fusion between training outcomes and business strategies. Maximize return on investment by linking training to increased profitability, revenue growth, customer satisfaction, improved safety and cost reduction. Apply the seven best practices in Fusion or Fizzle to maximize executive commitment, participation and buy-in to create sustainable change. Learn as the authors share successes and failures from more than 25 years of corporate training experience.

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Political risk in Asian markets
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In 2006, the Google Corporation appeared in China with google.cn. The business model of Google, as a search engine corporation, is looked at in China from the point of view of market share, revenue streams, profit and loss, and competition from Chinese search engine rivals. This work also explores the Google experience in China by using well established concepts of corporate goodwill and corporate reputation. Like many multinational corporations in China, Google may have underestimated political risk when entering the Chinese Internet economy, and/or, was unprepared for unlevel playing field.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Winning at Mergers and Acquisitions: The Guide ...
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A comprehensive new framework for winning at Mfrom up-front planning to postmerger integration The challenges of mergers and acquisitions can be daunting-but the opportunities and benefits they offer forward-thinking companies can be tremendous. Winning at Mergers and Acquisitions offers a critical new approach to strategic M&A based on the authors pioneering concept of marketing due diligenceSM. Covering every stage of market-driven M&A planning and integration, this book shows how to look beyond the quick hit to focus on long-term growth rather than short-term cost-cutting. Featuring dozens of real-life case studies-including both failures and extraordinary successes-plus inside comments from leading M&A specialists, this book contains crucial guidance on: Predeal planning-how to identify your strategic needs and pinpoint the merger candidate(s) that will help you meet them Sizing up targets for acquisition-how to examine the essential marketing, sales, and product issues that will determine a good company 'fit,'.strategically and culturally Revenue enhancement planning-how to identify ways to drive top-line growth and develop action plans to generate near- and long-term revenues Filling the pipeline-how to prioritize and actualize the critical steps necessary to drive shareholder value Developing communication programs-how to design and execute communication strategies to garner support for the merger by employees, customers, and other stakeholders Building a comprehensive postmerger integration plan-how to align diverse corporate cultures, develop training and reward programs, and move beyond the turf wars and lack of productivity that hamper the success of mergers and acquisitions. Last year more than 7,000 mergers and acquisitions were completed, with a collective price tag estimated at more than $800 billion. And although they are known as highly effective means of achieving corporate growth and strategic advantage, these transactions are fraught with pitfalls: Statistics indicate that a third of these deals will fail and another third will not bear out the expectations of the merger partners. What can businesses looking to undertake strategic mergers and acquisitions do to ensure that they do not fall victim to confusion, multimillion-dollar losses, declining market share and profits, or any number of other negative results of failed transactions? The answers are in Winning at Mergers and Acquisitions, a pioneering step-by-step guide to growth-driven planning and swift, effective post-merger integration. Challenging the conventional emphasis on cost-reduction synergies, this book presents the authors groundbreaking blueprint for mergers that yield strategic synergies and high returns in meeting long-term growth, increased market share, and revenue generation objectives. Mark Clemente and David Greenspan explore in detail the marketing, sales, and organizational issues that are vital aspects of successful M&A ventures. They take executives through the entire strategic M&A process-from setting objectives, to evaluating target companies, to aligning corporate cultures in an effort to ensure problem-free integration. They show how to maintain a sharp focus on the markets that will be reached by the merger-and they offer invaluable advice on charting a steady course through the often tumultuous period of integration, when organizational chaos can cause the merged company to lose momentum, market share, and the backing of customers, prospects, and shareholders. Winning at Mergers and Acquisitions is essential reading for CEOs, managers, deal makers, and others looking to capitalize on one of the most important methods of effecting corporate growth in business today-while staying focused on the people, product, and process issues that power that growth.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 07.08.2020
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