Journal of Competitiveness Studies

Articles from Vol. 24, No. 3, Fall

Big Bang Disruption: Strategy in the Age of Devastating Innovation
BIG BANG DISRUPTION: STRATEGY IN THE AGE OF DEVASTATING INNOVATION Authors: Larry Downes and Paul Nunes Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) LLC Published date: Jan 7, 2014 Print length: 271 pages (kindle edition) INTRODUCTION "Disruptive...
Business Process Reengineering: Addressing Sources of Resistance and Sabotage Tactics
INTRODUCTION Business process reengineering (BPR) and business process automation (BPA) are related organizational initiatives that aim to enhance the speed, efficiency and quality of organizational processes (Aler, Borrajo, Camacho, & Sierra-Alonso,...
Customer Satisfaction with Mobile Services in Telecommunication Companies
INTRODUCTION With the rapid development of technology, the world has quickly become an information society built upon a foundation of telecommunication networks. Through the innovation of information technologies, such as mobile communication, internet,...
Effect of Facebook Friends on Each Other's Consumption Patterns
INTRODUCTION Consumer-to-consumer interaction or the "marketing of many-to-many" is enabled by the Internet (Gummesson, 2008). Consumers have created new uses and values for the products available to them. For example, political activation was not...
Fracking: Blasting the Bedrock of Business
INTRODUCTION The bedrock of sustainable business in the U.S. rests on the core premises of a functional democracy, a well-informed free market and a productive populace. U.S. democracy provides a system of laws for the protection of individual rights,...
Global Capitalism and Developing Countries
Understanding the capitalism system and how it functions should be part of public discourse. Viewing capitalism as merely an intellectual exercise may prevent renewal of the system and deepen the gap between those who design market policies and the...
On the Ethics of Fractional Reserve Banking
INTRODUCTION The recent financial crisis has called into question the ethical standards of our financial markets. From "Tea Party" activists to the "Occupy Wall Street" factions, there has been a sense of moral disgust at some of the events that...
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