What could be the new entrants Fashion Companies with IT Planning and Strategy

What could be the new entrants fashion companies with

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What could be the new entrants Fashion Companies with IT Planning and Strategy What could be the substitute products Accessories, Jewelry, Styling advisors partners What will be your product strategy (new products to new customer or existing products to new customers) Existing products stylized for new customers based on their choices What will be the main Business Processes (list 10) Customer Support, Sales, Marketing, Accounting, HR, Advertising, Product Design, Inventory Management, Quality Assurance, Online interface support. What will be the most critical Business Processes (list 3) Inventory Management, Marketing, Product Design Go to the SPACE site ( ) and identify one game that could be of value to this case study. SWOT Analysis game Review Project2 and answer the following questions Does Project2 include technology considerations Yes Which parts of Project1 are expanded and refined in Project2. Application Plan
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NIKHIL RAO ISEM 500 How many attachments are in Project2 Description. One Your powerpoint deliverable must have annotations and explanations. Yes/No Yes You need to specify the references used and the effort (percentage contribution) of the team members. Yes/No Yes Can a team submit multiple files. Yes/No. No Which case studies that you have reviewed in this homework will be of help in Project2 (identify only 3, with one sentence explanation for each) Boo.com, GE, Proctor & Gamble Does Project2 involve SPACE experiments Yes
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NIKHIL RAO ISEM 500 CASESTUDY1. CAN GE REMAKE ITSELF AS A DIGITAL FIRM? General Electric (GE) is the world's largest diversified manufacturer. Fortune named GE "America's Most Admired Company" in 1998, 1999, and 2000. Jack Welch, GE's CEO and chairman since 1981, is often cited as the most admired CEO in the United States. Headquartered in Fairfield, Connecticut, the company consists of 20 units, including Appliances, Broadcasting (NBC), Capital, Medical Systems, and Transportation Systems. With the acquisition of Honeywell, announced in October 2000, GE became a company of $155 billion in revenue and 460,000 employees in 100 countries. Despite GE's size and old- economy businesses, Internet Week named GE its e-business company of 2000. Did GE transform itself into a digital firm? At a January 1999 meeting of 500 top GE executives in Boca Raton, Florida, Welch announced a new initiative to turn GE into an Internet company. Earlier initiatives transformed GE and are partially responsible for its phenomenal rise in profit over the past two decades. Those initiatives were globalization of GE in the late 1980s, "products plus service" in 1995, which placed emphasis on customer service, and Six Sigma in 1996, a quality program that mandated GE units to use feedback from customers as the center of the program.
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