Business model Essay Topics

European model

These examples show us that the international markets may proof beneficial to the developing countries but the rules and regulations that these poor countries are ask to follow for development by the developed countries are not often good. Another example of this discrepancy is, as Doni Rodrick (2002) pointed out, labor market where developed nations… View Article

Related literature on food carts

Getting a food cart franchise package: what are the advantages? Why food cart Franchise? Potential franchisees sometimes wonder if franchising is a necessary process, and may ask why they couldn’t simply start a business on their own. The findings of the government suggest that franchisees enjoy a significant competitive advantage over the stand-alone or single… View Article

Spotify Case Study

Critical Analysis: What is the Strategy of Spotify and how improve business Spotify model: Executive Summary: This case study about the Spotify business model allows a broader vision of what the digital music industry is. In a short time, many companies have developed and managed marked their territory in a highly competitive industry. The start-up… View Article

Rapid, volatile and discontinuous change

Brief Overview To compare with last decade, all industries or organizations have dramatic changed in today’s global market, no matter in social, political, technological and economic areas. Base on that, all industries have to make appropriate respond to these changes. However, the continuous change is no longer appropriate to the newest business model, but that… View Article

Too Far Ahead of the IT Curve

Over the years Peachtree had grown from a single hospital to a regional network of 11 institutions. With over 4,000 employees and a million patients Peachtree’s IT infrastructure has not kept up with their growth. The current IT system is not reliable, efficient and secure. The company mission is to provide “quality, consistency and continuity… View Article

Warfare in Toyland

Role of Business Level Strategies in Developing an Organization’s Competitive Advantage Business Level Strategies: A plan of action to use the resources of firms, capabilities and distinctive competencies to gain competitive advantage over it’s rivals in a market or industry. It involves Selecting and managing the domain of the organization will compete in and positioning… View Article