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Dr. Vishal Dilip Chavan, Professor, India
Core competencies are like one pole of a magnet, opposite poles always attract each other. The other pole is customer's expectation's or the gap filling. How you use your CC's with ref to Porter's Five Forces is also important. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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