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Chaînes de valeur, modèles entrepreneuriaux et étalonnage

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  • Daniel Lachat

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What is there of common run between a manufacturer of cars and a workshop of the clothing industry in the post-soviet world or in Asia? It is the Porter's value chain that facilitates identifying the entrepreneurial model. This remark helps working out a methodology for analysing companies, which leads, in turn, to the proposal for recommendations pertaining to their reorganization. If the technique shows limits, it is particularly effective when the company management do not have access to the literature on business management. Another application is with companies in countries that do not have a sufficiently dense industrial fabric so that several companies belonging to the same industrial sector can coexist and be used mutually as models for benchmarking.

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  • Daniel Lachat, 2007. "Chaînes de valeur, modèles entrepreneuriaux et étalonnage," Working Papers halshs-00124439, HAL.
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