Properties of competing organizations by Pradip N Khandwalla (Working Paper, No. 1976/109) Khandwalla, Pradip N.

By: Khandwalla, Pradip N
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Ahmedabad Indian Institute of Management 1976Description: 58 p.Subject(s): Competition | Market StructureDDC classification: WP 1976 (109) Summary: Competition is a pervasive feature of all societies in which the desired things of life are provided by alternative sources. The need to withstand competition must inevitably affect the structure and functioning of competing organizations, for competition makes multiple demands on the organization: for quick, well-coordinated adaptation to the competitive moves of rivals; for creative and innovative moves to gain an edge over rivals; for efficiency in operations; for protecting the organization from future depredations
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Competition is a pervasive feature of all societies in which the desired things of life are provided by alternative sources. The need to withstand competition must inevitably affect the structure and functioning of competing organizations, for competition makes multiple demands on the organization: for quick, well-coordinated adaptation to the competitive moves of rivals; for creative and innovative moves to gain an edge over rivals; for efficiency in operations; for protecting the organization from future depredations

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