BADM1 - Chapter 3 Evaluating Firm Strengths and Weakness:...

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Chapter 3 Evaluating Firm Strengths and Weakness: The resource based view A framework for analysis: VRIO 1. Value 2. Rarity 3. Imitability 4. Organization What are some barriers to effective listening, and how can we improve listening skills? ( pages: 22 and 23 ) Common communication barriers are language, semantics, insufficient information, excessive informaton, perception and defensiveness. Language Use of poor grammer, spell incorrectly or mispronounce words. Receiver who is aware of the error could get distracted and could loss their ability to concentrate for a moment. Semantics Significant communication problems arise when the meaning the sender attaches to a word differs from that of the receiver. Communication problems caused by semantics can be reduced by using words as precisely as possible. Employ the simplest words the communication situation will allow. Insufficient Information Sender sometimes miscalculate the amount of information receiver needs for proper understanding. To overcome this: try to determine the information that the receiver will find
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2009 for the course MGT 3453 taught by Professor David during the Spring '09 term at Oklahoma State.

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BADM1 - Chapter 3 Evaluating Firm Strengths and Weakness:...

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