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Dell Latitude 7300
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1.642,00 € *
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Dell Latitude 7300 - Core i7 8665U / 1.9 GHz - Win 10 Pro 64-Bit - 16 GB RAM - 512 GB SSD - 33.8 cm (13.3") 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) - UHD Graphics 620 - Wi-Fi, Bluetooth - Silber - BTS

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Stand: 18.01.2020
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Discount Business Strategy
78,90 CHF *
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What people are saying about Discount Business Strategy: 'Michael Andersen and Flemming Poulfelt provide a provocative discussion of the rapidly growing role of discounters across numerous industries: how they operate; how they create uniqueness; and how they can destroy value for incumbents. Understanding the specific moves and tools that the authors analyze will be valuable for attackers and incumbents alike.' Adrian J. Slywotzky Director, Mercer Management Consulting USA 'This book is very timely, dealing with today's most critical strategic issue: how to provide more value to the consumer through aggressive discounting. Those players in manufacturing and distribution who master this will be the winners; many established firms will fall by the wayside. A similar set of issues are facing many nations today - Europe vs. Asia!' Peter Lorange President, IMD, Switzerland 'Andersen and Poulfelt have researched one of the most important themes in today's business world - how fundamentally new business models have wiped out establishments not with new products or technologies, but by creating new rules for conventional industries. Read this book and learn how to recognize the disruption of your industry before it is too late!' Sigurd Liljenfeldt Senior Partner, Monitor Group, France 'This book asks if a firm can have its cake and eat it too - that is, maintain high quality at low prices. My favourite example and shopping place is big box Costco. Ikea is another. A must read for a broad audience concerned about corporate survival!' Professor Larry E. Greiner Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California, USA The aspiration to adopt the right strategy still prevails over the business world. But is there a single 'best' strategy for a company? Can an organization create sustainable competitive advantage from an 'off-the-peg' strategy? And are most companies likely to craft a strategy that genuinely creates uncontested market space and makes the competition irrelevant? The answer to all these questions is probably 'No'. And the rising tide of companies like Dell, CostCo, Skype and Linux means that asking them at all may soon be futile. While strategists have foundered in old paradigms, a new breed of competitors has emerged. Value destroyers. Old-style thinking understood value destruction when it was confined to an industry and driven by a new product or technology. But what are the implications when the destruction stems from a new way of thinking - from a strategy that simultaneously creates value? The implications are enormous. Every company in every industry is potentially at risk. This risk - or opportunity - is precisely the reason for this book and its focus on exploring why and how some companies have bridged the gap between differentiator and cost leader strategies to emerge as winners in hypercompetitive markets, and what this entails in terms of value destruction and creation. Discounting organizations are here to stay - are you?

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 18.01.2020
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Dell Precision Mobile Workstation 7740
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2.580,00 € *
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Dell Precision Mobile Workstation 7740 - Core i7 9850H / 2.6 GHz - Win 10 Pro 64-Bit - 16 GB RAM - 512 GB SSD NVMe - 43.816 cm (17.3") IPS 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) - Quadro RTX 3000 - Bluetooth, Wi-Fi - Schwarz - BTP - mit 3 Jahre Dell ProSupport

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Discount Business Strategy
42,00 CHF *
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What people are saying about Discount Business Strategy: &quote;Michael Andersen and Flemming Poulfelt provide a provocative discussion of the rapidly growing role of discounters across numerous industries: how they operate; how they create uniqueness; and how they can destroy value for incumbents. Understanding the specific moves and tools that the authors analyze will be valuable for attackers and incumbents alike.&quote; Adrian J. Slywotzky, Director, Mercer Management Consulting USA &quote;This book is very timely, dealing with today's most critical strategic issue: how to provide more value to the consumer through aggressive discounting. Those players in manufacturing and distribution who master this will be the winners; many established firms will fall by the wayside. A similar set of issues are facing many nations today - Europe vs. Asia!&quote; Peter Lorange, President, IMD, Switzerland &quote;Andersen and Poulfelt have researched one of the most important themes in today's business world - how fundamentally new business models have wiped out establishments not with new products or technologies, but by creating new rules for conventional industries. Read this book and learn how to recognize the disruption of your industry before it is too late!&quote; Sigurd Liljenfeldt, Senior Partner, Monitor Group, France &quote;This book asks if a firm can have its cake and eat it too - that is, maintain high quality at low prices. My favourite example and shopping place is big box Costco. Ikea is another. A must read for a broad audience concerned about corporate survival!&quote; Professor Larry E. Greiner, Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California, USA The aspiration to adopt the right strategy still prevails over the business world. But is there a single 'best' strategy for a company? Can an organization create sustainable competitive advantage from an 'off-the-peg' strategy? And are most companies likely to craft a strategy that genuinely creates uncontested market space and makes the competition irrelevant? The answer to all these questions is probably 'No'. And the rising tide of companies like Dell, CostCo, Skype and Linux means that asking them at all may soon be futile. While strategists have foundered in old paradigms, a new breed of competitors has emerged. Value destroyers. Old-style thinking understood value destruction when it was confined to an industry and driven by a new product or technology. But what are the implications when the destruction stems from a new way of thinking - from a strategy that simultaneously creates value? The implications are enormous. Every company in every industry is potentially at risk. This risk - or opportunity - is precisely the reason for this book and its focus on exploring why and how some companies have bridged the gap between differentiator and cost leader strategies to emerge as winners in hypercompetitive markets, and what this entails in terms of value destruction and creation. Discounting organizations are here to stay - are you?

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 18.01.2020
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Dell Latitude 7400
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1.812,00 € *
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Dell Latitude 7400 - Core i7 8665U / 1.9 GHz - Win 10 Pro 64-Bit - 16 GB RAM - 512 GB SSD - 35.56 cm (14") 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) - UHD Graphics 620 - Wi-Fi, Bluetooth - Silber - BTS

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Discount Business Strategy
43,00 CHF *
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What people are saying about Discount Business Strategy: 'Michael Andersen and Flemming Poulfelt provide a provocative discussion of the rapidly growing role of discounters across numerous industries: how they operate; how they create uniqueness; and how they can destroy value for incumbents. Understanding the specific moves and tools that the authors analyze will be valuable for attackers and incumbents alike.' --Adrian J. Slywotzky, Director, Mercer Management Consulting USA 'This book is very timely, dealing with today's most critical strategic issue: how to provide more value to the consumer through aggressive discounting. Those players in manufacturing and distribution who master this will be the winners; many established firms will fall by the wayside. A similar set of issues are facing many nations today - Europe vs. Asia!' --Peter Lorange, President, IMD, Switzerland 'Andersen and Poulfelt have researched one of the most important themes in today's business world - how fundamentally new business models have wiped out establishments not with new products or technologies, but by creating new rules for conventional industries. Read this book and learn how to recognize the disruption of your industry before it is too late!' --Sigurd Liljenfeldt, Senior Partner, Monitor Group, France 'This book asks if a firm can have its cake and eat it too - that is, maintain high quality at low prices. My favourite example and shopping place is big box Costco. Ikea is another. A must read for a broad audience concerned about corporate survival!' --Professor Larry E. Greiner, Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California, USA The aspiration to adopt the right strategy still prevails over the business world. But is there a single 'best' strategy for a company? Can an organization create sustainable competitive advantage from an 'off-the-peg' strategy? And are most companies likely to craft a strategy that genuinely creates uncontested market space and makes the competition irrelevant? The answer to all these questions is probably 'No'. And the rising tide of companies like Dell, CostCo, Skype and Linux means that asking them at all may soon be futile. While strategists have foundered in old paradigms, a new breed of competitors has emerged. Value destroyers. Old-style thinking understood value destruction when it was confined to an industry and driven by a new product or technology. But what are the implications when the destruction stems from a new way of thinking - from a strategy that simultaneously creates value? The implications are enormous. Every company in every industry is potentially at risk. This risk - or opportunity - is precisely the reason for this book and its focus on exploring why and how some companies have bridged the gap between differentiator and cost leader strategies to emerge as winners in hypercompetitive markets, and what this entails in terms of value destruction and creation. Discounting organizations are here to stay - are you?

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 18.01.2020
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Dell Latitude 3500
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632,00 € *
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Dell Latitude 3500 - Core i3 8145U / 2.1 GHz - Win 10 Pro 64-Bit - 8 GB RAM - 256 GB SSD NVMe, Class 35 - 39.6 cm (15.6") 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) - UHD Graphics 620 - Wi-Fi, Bluetooth - Schwarz - BTS

Anbieter: mynotebook
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Discount Business Strategy
91,99 € *
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What people are saying about Discount Business Strategy: 'Michael Andersen and Flemming Poulfelt provide a provocative discussion of the rapidly growing role of discounters across numerous industries: how they operate; how they create uniqueness; and how they can destroy value for incumbents. Understanding the specific moves and tools that the authors analyze will be valuable for attackers and incumbents alike.' Adrian J. Slywotzky Director, Mercer Management Consulting USA 'This book is very timely, dealing with today's most critical strategic issue: how to provide more value to the consumer through aggressive discounting. Those players in manufacturing and distribution who master this will be the winners; many established firms will fall by the wayside. A similar set of issues are facing many nations today - Europe vs. Asia!' Peter Lorange President, IMD, Switzerland 'Andersen and Poulfelt have researched one of the most important themes in today's business world - how fundamentally new business models have wiped out establishments not with new products or technologies, but by creating new rules for conventional industries. Read this book and learn how to recognize the disruption of your industry before it is too late!' Sigurd Liljenfeldt Senior Partner, Monitor Group, France 'This book asks if a firm can have its cake and eat it too - that is, maintain high quality at low prices. My favourite example and shopping place is big box Costco. Ikea is another. A must read for a broad audience concerned about corporate survival!' Professor Larry E. Greiner Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California, USA The aspiration to adopt the right strategy still prevails over the business world. But is there a single 'best' strategy for a company? Can an organization create sustainable competitive advantage from an 'off-the-peg' strategy? And are most companies likely to craft a strategy that genuinely creates uncontested market space and makes the competition irrelevant? The answer to all these questions is probably 'No'. And the rising tide of companies like Dell, CostCo, Skype and Linux means that asking them at all may soon be futile. While strategists have foundered in old paradigms, a new breed of competitors has emerged. Value destroyers. Old-style thinking understood value destruction when it was confined to an industry and driven by a new product or technology. But what are the implications when the destruction stems from a new way of thinking - from a strategy that simultaneously creates value? The implications are enormous. Every company in every industry is potentially at risk. This risk - or opportunity - is precisely the reason for this book and its focus on exploring why and how some companies have bridged the gap between differentiator and cost leader strategies to emerge as winners in hypercompetitive markets, and what this entails in terms of value destruction and creation. Discounting organizations are here to stay - are you?

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 18.01.2020
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Dell Precision Mobile Workstation 3541
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1.540,00 € *
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Dell Precision Mobile Workstation 3541 - Core i7 9750H / 2.6 GHz - Win 10 Pro 64-Bit - 16 GB RAM - 512 GB SSD NVMe - 39.49 cm (15.6") 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) - Quadro P620 - Wi-Fi, Bluetooth - Schwarz - BTP - mit 1 Jahr Dell ProSupport

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Stand: 18.01.2020
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Dell XPS 13 9365 2-in-1
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1.299,00 € *
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Dell XPS 13 9365 2-in-1 - Flip-Design - Core i7 8500Y / 1.5 GHz - 4,2GHz - Win 10 Pro 64-Bit - 16 GB RAM - 512 GB SSD - 33.705 cm (13.3") Touchscreen 3200 x 1800 (QHD+) - HD Graphics 615 - Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1 - Silber - 3 Jahre Collect and Return Hardware Support

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Dell Latitude 5500
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1.372,00 € *
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Dell Latitude 5500 - Core i7 8665U / 1.9 GHz - Win 10 Pro 64-Bit - 16 GB RAM - 512 GB SSD - 39.491 cm (15.6") 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) - UHD Graphics 620 - Wi-Fi, Bluetooth - Schwarz - BTS

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Dell Precision Mobile Workstation 7740
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2.533,98 € *
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Dell Precision Mobile Workstation 7740 - Core i7 9750H / 2.6 GHz - Win 10 Pro 64-Bit - 16 GB RAM - 512 GB SSD NVMe - 43.816 cm (17.3") IPS 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) - Quadro RTX 3000 - Bluetooth, Wi-Fi - Schwarz - BTP - mit 3 Jahre Dell ProSupport

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Dell XPS 15 9575 2-in-1
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2.198,99 € *
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Dell XPS 15 9575 2-in-1 - Flip-Design - Core i7 8705G / 3.1 GHz - Win 10 Home 64-Bit - 16 GB RAM - 512 GB SSD - 39.624 cm (15.6") IPS Touchscreen 3840 x 2160 (Ultra HD 4K) - Radeon RX Vega M GL - Wi-Fi, Bluetooth - Silber - mit 15 Monate Dell Abhol-und-Rückgabeservice

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Dell Precision Mobile Workstation 3530
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1.094,00 € *
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Dell Precision Mobile Workstation 3530 - Core i5 8300H / 2.3 GHz - Win 10 Pro 64-Bit - 8 GB RAM - 256 GB SSD - 39.625 cm (15.6") 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) - Quadro P600 - Wi-Fi, Bluetooth - Schwarz - BTS - mit 1 Jahr Dell ProSupport

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