Globalisation as Driver for Transforming Organisations from Knowledge to Learning and then to Innovation

MacMillan Publishers India Ltd
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Business Competitiveness in the 21st Century, 2011, 1, pp. 42 - 52
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The rise of globalisation in 1980s has led many management theories and in particular competition to be modified. One such model that has sprung out of globalisation growth era of the 1980 is the Porter five forces of competition (1980). It is arguable that the five forces model that has been widely used assisted firms to establish competitive advantages. However, theories of industry competition were substantially modified over time.
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