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bmgt364.9.1.2010 - 2005 Robert H. Smith School of Business...

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Unformatted text preview: 2005 Robert H. Smith School of Business University of Maryland Management and Organization Theory What defines the competitive landscape of todays business? What are the essential success drivers for competitive advantage? 2005 Robert H. Smith School of Business University of Maryland What Defines the Competitive Landscape of Business? Globalization Collaboration across organizational boundaries Change http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JcSzqm5Whwc 2005 Robert H. Smith School of Business University of Maryland Coming Soon: A Post-American World With The Rise Of China And Other Economies, The "Golden Age" Of American Influence May Be Coming To An End Are we slipping? Are we reaching some inevitable tipping point that will change the world as we know it? Is the golden age of America coming to an end? Companies from emerging markets are redefining the rules of competition and conquering their domestic markets and looking to grow in global markets World in which America was at the center economically, financially and politically to a world where there are more centers http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SiUJ2hfEp78 2005 Robert H. Smith School of Business University of Maryland Emerging Market Dynamics Emerging markets account for over 40 percent of world GDP. They represent over 30 percent of exports and receive over 20 percent of FDI. Mid-2000s, the emerging markets collectively enjoyed an average annual GDP growth rate of nearly 7% , a remarkable feat much faster than advanced economies Benefit from: low-cost labor, knowledge workers, government support, low-cost capital, and powerful, highly networked conglomerates 2005 Robert H. Smith School of Business University of Maryland The New Global Challengers ( Boston Consulting Group Study) Some 100 companies from Emerging Markets (called Rapidly Developing Economies in the BCG study) are poised to become important 21 st-century multinationals. Nations with more than 3 companies: Brazil : Embraer, Sadia & Perdiago, Natura India : Ranbaxy, Infosys, Tata Tea, WIPRO China : Huawei, Haier, Lenovo, Pearl River Piano Russia : Basic Element, Lukoil, Severstal Mexico : Cemex, Femsa, Gruma United Arab Emirates: Emirates Airlines, Etisalat 2005 Robert H. Smith School of Business University of Maryland What do these companies have in common? 2005 Robert H. Smith School of Business University of Maryland All global leaders All from RDEs Many still not well known # 1 batteries China #1 microwave ovens China #1 instant noodle & flour processing Indonesia #1 piano manufacturer China #1 marine containers China #1 ready-mix Mxico #1 regional jets Brazil #1 aluminum engine castings Mxico #1 polyester fiber India #1 small electric engines China #1 third-party, India #1 LNG shipper Malaysia # 1 iron ore & pellets, Brazil #1 nickel production Russia #1 gas producer Russia #1 oil producer, Saudi Arabia 2005 Robert H. Smith School of Business 2005 Robert H....
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