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Utilizing Information Technology in Developing Strategic Alliances Among Organizations (N/A)

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Published by Idea Group Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Applications of Computing,
  • Business strategy,
  • Strategic alliances (Business),
  • Information technology,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Strategic Planning,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Organizational Behavior,
  • Management,
  • General,
  • Management - General

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsJose Aurelio Medina Garrido (Editor), Jose Ruiz Navarro (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages292
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8855067M
    ISBN 101591408946
    ISBN 109781591408949

    Strategic alliances are among the various opti- areas, e.g. technology, products. Strategic alliance can be described as a process Importance of Strategic Alliances in Company’s Activity 41 When a strategic alliance is proposed within an organization, the following questionnaire should be. In the s business moved from transaction management to relationship management. Relationship management makes use of information technology, partnerships, and strategic alliances to build and sustain long-term relationships with customers, suppliers, and other outside groups.

    Chapter Innovating with Information Systems for Global Reach. Globalization of Business: The New Corporate Environment. Business globalization is the emergence of the worldwide market as the arena of corporate activities. Virtually all large firms, and many smaller ones, acquire labor where it is cost-effective, find intellectual and financial capital anywhere it is available, and. Horizontal vs. Vertical Strategic Alliances. Strategic alliances are a type of cooperative strategy whereby independent firms work together in a mutually beneficial way. Partners contribute resources such as products, distribution channels, project funding and knowledge toward their mutual goals. Firms enter alliances.

    R&D ALLIANCES. 1. Licensing agreement: legal permission to utilize patents or proprietary technology for an up-front fee and/or royalties. 2. Cross-licensing agreement: two or more companies give legal permission to use each other's patents or proprietary technology. 3. Technology exchange: a swap of proprietary technologies, which may or may not involve a transfer of money.   An Internet search using the phrase “information and communications technology for development” (ICT4D) produces an overwhelming volume of .


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Utilizing Information Technology in Developing Strategic Alliances Among Organizations (N/A) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Utilizing Information Technology in Developing Strategic Alliances Among Organizations analyzes many important topics, such as: the development of global business-to-business electronic markets, and whether these markets are becoming a way of improving trust between organizations at an international level; problems in implementing interorganizational systems and their solutions; and how IT and alliance strategy Author: et al Salustiano Martinez-fierro (Editor).

Utilizing Information Technology in Developing Strategic Alliances Among Organizations analyzes many important topics, such as: the development of global business-to-business electronic markets, and whether these markets are becoming a way of improving trust between organizations at an international level; problems in implementing interorganizational systems and their solutions; and how IT and alliance strategy.

This book offers a theoretical framework, allowing strategic alliance managers to implement the IT required in these alliances, supported by their work ing Information Technology in Developing Strategic Alliances Among Organizations analyzes many important topics, such as: the development of global business-to-business electronic markets, and whether these markets are becoming a way of improving trust between organizations.

Utilizing information technology in developing strategic alliances among organizations Author: Salustiano Martinez-Fierro ; José Aurelio Medina Garrido ; José Ruiz Navarro.

Get this from a library. Utilizing information technology in developing strategic alliances among organizations. [Salustiano Martinez-Fierro; José Aurelio Medina Garrido; José Ruiz Navarro; IGI Global.;] -- This book deals with two important topics for a firm's competitiveness in the framework of the information society: alliance strategies and the role played by IT in alliances.

Strategic Alliances of Information Technology Among Channel Members: /ch This chapter explores novel ways of improving flexibility, responsiveness, and competitiveness via strategic information technology (IT) alliances among.

A strategic alliance denotes some degree of strategic and operational coordination and may include things such as joint research and development (R and D), technology exchanges, exclusionary market and manufacturing rights, and co-marketing agreements.

Alliances. However, innovation can be developed by Zmake, buy or ally strategies. While the majority of organizations used to develop all their innovation in-house, organizations increasingly develop innovations through forming strategic alliances.

This ally [. During the creation of Fantasia, Disney purchased some audio equipment from Hewlett-Packard. The strategic alliance continued onwards, as Disney relied heavily on HP’s development and IT team for it’s own infrastructure.

In fact, at current-day Disney attractions, the Imagineering team is still quite married to the HP systems architecture. literature on strategic alliances, and to explain the formation, implementation, and consequences of strategic alliances among autonomous actors in an organizational field.

We review the recent theoretical and empirical research literatures on strategic alliances and the globalization of competition and cooperation. Strategic Information System: A source of Competitive Advantage the importance of information technology in the development of Virtual organization.

to access on information and reduces. Interfirm strategic alliances are quickly becoming a key mechanism for the diffusion of technical and organizational knowledge on a global scale.

Tapping into such alliances will be crucial for developing countries to gain and/or maintain access to technologies and markets. Abstract.

Recent information technology (IT) evidence suggests a rapid growth of technology-based international alliances, with three dominant motives: market access, technological complementarity, and reduction of innovation time span.

DEVELOPING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY FOR BUSINESS VALUE Journal of Information Technology Management Volume XVIII, Number1, 50 inventory). It allows new business governance options for how a firm works with other firms. (e.g., Wal-Mart or Dell Computer). However, whichever way IT strategy is.

system costs and cycle time, and utilizing resources and facilities more e ectively and e ciently. Such as, rms with complementary seasonal product can e ectively use warehouses and trucks year-around. Adding technological strength: Technology sharing adds skills to both rms. Enhancing strategic growth: Pool expertise and resources to.

Strategic alliances that strive for sustainable competitive advantage, 2. Strategic alliances that aim at changing their strategic direction, 3. Strategic alliances at declining markets, and 4. Strategic alliances that must respond to new ways of delivering value to customers in order to resist the competition pressure.

The interaction between information systems and organizations is influenced A) primarily by the decision making of middle- and senior-managers. B) by many factors, including structure, politics, culture, and environment.

C) by two main microeconomic forces: capital and labor. D) primarily by the organization's business processes and culture. Using business process reengineering, organizations can vastly improve their effectiveness and the quality of their products and services.

Integrating information technology with business processes is one way that information systems can bring an organization lasting competitive advantage.

Strategic alliances Eslsca – MBA - April By: Mohamed Khalifa Ibrahim International Marketing. Strategic Alliances ITSMF collaborates with other organizations whose goals and objectives align with ours.

These organizations contribute to the advancement of technology and are dedicated to promoting diversity. BDPA (Black Data Processing Associates) is a non-profit organization of.

Whatever the duration and objectives of business alliances, being a good partner has become a key corporate asset. I call it a company’s collaborative advantage. In the global economy, a well. Treat the exit as a positive event for all parties. Focus on the objectives you met together, on developing a new strategy for your company, or other positive aspects of the change.

Based on our experience, we strongly suggest that companies adopt a disciplined approach to managing strategic alliances.Leading Practices in Information Technology Management. Information technology (IT) management requires a sound foundation in areas such as IT strategic planning, enterprise architecture, IT investment management, and information security.

is a well-defined blueprint for an organization that shows relationships among business operations and.