New Economy - New Competition
The Rise of the Consumer?
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|Format:||Hardback, 176 pages|
|Other Information: ||illustrations|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 25 January 2001|
The new economy has given rise to new forms of competition. This book provides a mix of theory, evidence and management practice that should be invaluable to directors and managers who want to bring their companies closer to their customers. The author considers competition, the roles of consumers, and legislative and regulatory authorities. The book concludes by considering the impact of the revolution in information and communication technologies and shows how a number of key companies have adapted their strategies to meet the demands of their increasingly informed and empowered consumers.
Table of Contents
Introduction - Consumer Views - The Nature of Markets - The Legislative and Regulatory Framework - Supply Chain Management - Markets in Action - The Way Ahead
About the Author
DAVID ASCH is Professor of Management at the Open University Business School. He has worked with a range of firms including Cornhill, Ernst & Young, Fujitsu/ICL, 3M, Siemens Computer Systems and Sun Microsystems. - BRIAN WOLFE has recently retired from Marconi Plc where he was Director of Business Efficiency. He has been a Director and CEO of a number of organisations including Creda, The Dreamland Group, GPT and Morphy Richards.
where he was Director of Business Efficiency. He has been a Director and CEO of a number of organisations including Creda, The Dreamland Group, GPT and Morphy Richards.
|Publisher: ||Palgrave Macmillan|
|Dimensions: ||24.33 x 16.0 x 1.52 centimeters (0.41 kg)|