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Podnikateľské stratégie v deindustrializovanej ére podnikania
[Business Strategies in Deindustrialized Era]

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  • Zagorsek, Branislav

The aim of the dissertation is to identify the factors of influence on the strategy in relation to characteristics of a company, business environment, level of informatization, and business strategy typical for deindustrialized era, that result in creation of strategic recommendations. The dissertation is divided into 5 chapters. It contains 53 tables, 2 charts, 15 figures, 4 formulas and 2 reference materials. The first chapter is dedicated to theoretical fundament of the dissertation. It deals with the relation of information technologies and business strategies. In the second chapter the main aim and partial aims are stated. Third chapter is devoted to research methodology. Fourth chapter is dedicated to the research, its relevance and research results in the field of company, business environment, information technologies and strategy. In the fifth chapter the results are discussed. Relation indicators and correlation coefficient are used to evaluate synthetic indicators The result of the dissertation is the determination of business strategies, selection strategies of sources of competitive advantage, sources of competitive advantage for companies operating in deindustrialized era. Other results are determination of relations between information technologies and success, between information technologies and object of competition. The result is also identification of utilization of hybrid strategies and conditions for utilization of business experiments.

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Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 51709.

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Date of creation: 2013
Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:51709
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