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  • White Papers // May 2006

    Putting Knowledge Management to Work for Real Estate Organizations

    "Knowledge Management" has become an increasingly popular corporate term over the last decade. But what does it mean to one and one's real estate organization? Generally, knowledge management can be summarized as the processes and tools that allow an organization to efficiently capture, maintain, and utilize its information. By organizing...

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  • White Papers // May 2006

    Knowledge Management Capabilities & Infrastructure for e-Commerce

    Executives in leading organizations are increasingly recognizing that in order to maintain or gain competitive advantages, organizational knowledge needs to be managed for and integrated with their corporate e-commerce systems. This paper defines what capabilities will be required for enabling knowledge management, describes the various technology elements required for knowledge...

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  • White Papers // May 2006

    Does Porter's Diamond Hold in the Global Automotive Industry?

    Michael Porter's Theory of the Competitive Advantage of Nations is commonly referred to as Porter's Diamond, as it comprises 4 key elements that lead to national competitiveness. This paper empirically tests Porter's theory. 50 automotive companies in the automotive industry headquartered in 8 different nations comprise the sample. The results...

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  • White Papers // May 2006

    The Essence of Strategic Leadership: Managing Human and Social Capital

    A new type of strategic leadership is required to help firms successfully navigate the dynamic and uncertain environment in which they compete today. The strategic leadership needed in 21st century firms is involved with building company resources and capabilities with an emphasis on intangible human capital and social capital. Human...

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  • White Papers // May 2006

    Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC) and Brand Identity as Critical Components of Brand Equity Strategy

    For practitioners, Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC) has become widely accepted, has pervaded various levels within the firm, and has become an integral part of brand strategy that requires extensive brand development activities within the firm before beginning any external brand communications efforts. Regarding academics, Vargo and Lusch (2004) argued in...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2002

    Labor Law for Supervisors: Protection for the Ethical Employee - Part III, Whistleblower Statutes

    Although common law wrongful discharge claims may text of any number of statutes that create public policy issues for the courts because of the specific problems the statutes are designed to remedy. Whistleblower statutes, on the other hand, specifically provide protection for an employee who has been retaliated against in...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2002

    Labor Law for Supervisors: Protection for the Ethical Employee - Part III, Whistleblower Statutes

    Although common law wrongful discharge claims may text of any number of statutes that create public policy issues for the courts because of the specific problems the statutes are designed to remedy. Whistleblower statutes, on the other hand, specifically provide protection for an employee who has been retaliated against in...

    Provided By Thomson Gale

  • White Papers // May 2006

    Does Porter's Diamond Hold in the Global Automotive Industry?

    Michael Porter's Theory of the Competitive Advantage of Nations is commonly referred to as Porter's Diamond, as it comprises 4 key elements that lead to national competitiveness. This paper empirically tests Porter's theory. 50 automotive companies in the automotive industry headquartered in 8 different nations comprise the sample. The results...

    Provided By Thomson Gale

  • White Papers // May 2006

    The Essence of Strategic Leadership: Managing Human and Social Capital

    A new type of strategic leadership is required to help firms successfully navigate the dynamic and uncertain environment in which they compete today. The strategic leadership needed in 21st century firms is involved with building company resources and capabilities with an emphasis on intangible human capital and social capital. Human...

    Provided By Thomson Gale

  • White Papers // May 2006

    Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC) and Brand Identity as Critical Components of Brand Equity Strategy

    For practitioners, Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC) has become widely accepted, has pervaded various levels within the firm, and has become an integral part of brand strategy that requires extensive brand development activities within the firm before beginning any external brand communications efforts. Regarding academics, Vargo and Lusch (2004) argued in...

    Provided By Thomson Gale

  • White Papers // May 2006

    Putting Knowledge Management to Work for Real Estate Organizations

    "Knowledge Management" has become an increasingly popular corporate term over the last decade. But what does it mean to one and one's real estate organization? Generally, knowledge management can be summarized as the processes and tools that allow an organization to efficiently capture, maintain, and utilize its information. By organizing...

    Provided By Thomson Gale

  • White Papers // May 2006

    Knowledge Management Capabilities & Infrastructure for e-Commerce

    Executives in leading organizations are increasingly recognizing that in order to maintain or gain competitive advantages, organizational knowledge needs to be managed for and integrated with their corporate e-commerce systems. This paper defines what capabilities will be required for enabling knowledge management, describes the various technology elements required for knowledge...

    Provided By Thomson Gale