ARCHITECTURAL CONCEPTS FOR VALUE CHAINS

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Janse van Rensburg, A.C.;
(2008)
  • Publisher: Stellenbosch University
  • Journal: South African Journal of Industrial Engineering (issn: 1012-277X, eissn: 2224-7890)
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  • Subject: T55.4-60.8 | Industrial engineering. Management engineering

<p>ENGLISH ABSTRACT:The Porter Value Chain has been widely adopted by the business community as a mechanism to understand and comprehend complexity in business environments, with the ultimate goal of structuring the business to maximize its competitive advantage. ... View more
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