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Experiencing MIS Study Set 2

Computing

Quiz 3 :

Productivity, innovation and Strategy

Quiz 3 :

Productivity, innovation and Strategy

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The increasing reliance on the web for information has created a digital divide between those who have Internet access and those who do not.
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Porter's concept of a business chain is crucial for developing a competitive strategy.
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According to Porter's model,four competitive forces determine industry profitability.
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In a large city,the threat of new entrants for the sandwich shop business is probably high.
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Sustaining technologies are changes in technology that maintain the rate of improvement in customer value.
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One way of assessing the structure of the adventure travel industry is to apply Porter's Five Forces Model.
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Porter identified five fundamental competitive strategies.
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The productivity paradox suggests IT investments do not create business value.
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Threat of government regulation is one of the five forces in Porter's model.
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An organization responds to the structure of its industry by choosing a competitive strategy.
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Primary activities are activities where value is added directly to the product.
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Disruptive technologies introduce a very new package of attributes to the accepted mainstream products.
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As defined by Porter,a value chain is a network of value creating activities.
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A value chain is a network of activities that improve the effectiveness of a good or service.
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The bargaining power of customers is one of the competitive forces identified by Porter.
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Sales and service would be examples of supporting activities in Porter's value chain model.
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The bargaining power of customers is one of the competitive strategies identified by Porter.
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An organization's goals and objectives are determined by the structure of its value chain.
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Accounting functions like accounts receivables would be an example of a supporting activity in Porter's value chain model.
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Among its suppliers,Wal-Mart is famous for not having much bargaining power.
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