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Business Quality: The Great, the Good, and the Gruesome

“A moat that must be continuously rebuilt will eventually be no moat at all.” 

―Warren Buffett

Excerpt below from Warren Buffett’s 2007 letter to shareholders. Emphasis added.  1,517 more words

Business Analysis

Steering the ship - the new business management reality

Increased global competition has more corporations chasing after the same opportunities.

The impact on strategic planning has been a reduction from 5-year planning cycles, with annual reviews, to 18 month cycles, with quarterly reviews. 481 more words

Strategic Planning

FREE WEBINAR: Defining Your Competitive Edge

In today’s aggressive environment, it’s essential that businesses work hard to recognize and keep their competitive edge. Do you know what differentiates your product or service? 239 more words


Strategy 101

Asking the right questions, assessing the competitive environment, and continuously revisiting the assumptions and decisions behind your strategic direction to determine if a change or corrective actions are needed. 426 more words


Microeconomics - Application & International Trade


Assume: an isolated country only produces steel. Imports and exports of steel are prohibited. Results: domestic price adjusts to clear market. The sum of consumer and producer surplus measures the total benefits that buyers and sellers receive. 406 more words


Competitive advantage

Vai zināji, ka pietiek ar 10%, lai tu tiktu pamanīts? Lai atšķirtos no pelēkās masas. Šis ir nepieciešamais atšķirību apjoms, kas piešķir tev noteiktas priekšrocības. Tu vairs neesi tāds pats, kā visi citi. 166 more words


Building Competitive Advantage

An important focus for any business strategy is to establish a competitive advantage for the firm.   The two primary ways to do this are to be the low-cost producer and to be significantly different from your competitors in a way that customers value.  155 more words