Business competition will change radically in the next century. Short-sighted companies will go out of business. Survivors will successfully transition from the so-called Information Age of this century to the Intelligence Age of the 21st Century. Ten years in the making, this book paints competition of the future based on in-depth research of worldwide business over the past 100 years. By analogy, it shows business competition in its 19th-Century childhood, 20th-Century adolescence, and 21st-Century adulthood. The book highlights new beginnings - the Intelligence Age, highly networked qMegaStrategic Business Entities, q and the need for both a qCompetitive Knowledge Baseq and qPerpetual Strategy Processq to provide an early warning system for executives. This is must-reading for business executives, managers and everyday consumers who want to plot a successful course for the future. It is also an invaluable reference tool for educators guiding the business leaders of tomorrow.With home computers the rule in the early part of the 21st century, making the switch from ATM-type machines to using the computer at home will be almost effortless. The line between banks and other investment providers like traditional stockbrokers and mutual funds will blur. ... Dean Witter (North America); and Mitsubishi Bank (Asia/Pacific) Citibank will make market share inroads by boosting its creditanbsp;...
|Title||:||Competition in the 21st Century|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1996-06-18|