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Imitation of Core Competence

How can a firm ensure that its core competence(s) are hard to imitate?

  Odukoya Oladimeji Seye
 

Imitation of Core Competences

A firm can ensure that its core competences are hard to imitate by frequently strategizing and re-strateging, branding and re-branding all in a bid to avoid product obsolescence and to ensure that the company maintains a lion share of the market in which it sells her products and for overall corporate effectiveness.

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Imitation of Strategic Resources

See also the expert tip: How to avoid imitation of Strategic Resources?

  Sanju
 

Core Competence - How to avoid Imitation

If the competence is built around technological innovation, keeping in mind consumer needs and preferences, it gives the organization a distinct competitive advantage and market leadership in a niche segment, though it may not last too long if the organization does not innovate continuously. But if the competence is also built around the processes through which to deliver superior service in the least possible time, it becomes extremely difficult to imitate. It also depends on the market being targeted, and product life-cycle, and consumer maturity curve.

  Biney Jacob
 

Avoiding Imitation of Core Competence

I think a firm who want to make it difficult for c (...)

  Samir Randive
Manager, Australia
 

Imitation of Core Competencies

Core Competencies are usually built upon one of th (...)

  Atal Malviya
Student (MBA), United Kingdom
 

Keeping Cc Hard to Imitate

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