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observing other firm’s actions and
• E.g. Price coordination between
– Cereal industry
– United, American and British Air 1–49 Performance Assessment of Cooperative Strategies • Complementary business-level strategic alliances,
especially the vertical ones (between a large and
small firm—small firms contributes at a specific point
in value chain), have the greatest probability of
creating a sustainable competitive advantage.
• Horizontal complementary alliances are sometimes
difficult to maintain because they are often between rival
• Competitive advantages gained from competition and
uncertainty reducing strategies tend to be temporary.
1–50 THANK YOU 6–51 Agenda we followed: 1. Explain the popularity of acquisition strategies in firms competing in
the global economy.
2. Discuss reasons why firms use an acquisition strategy to achieve
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2013 for the course MGMT 491 taught by Professor S.cho during the Spring '12 term at Washington State University .
- Spring '12