Business Condition Analysis

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Essay #: 072099
Total text length is 12,928 characters (approximately 8.9 pages).

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The beginning:
Business Condition Analysis
The purpose of this analysis is to: (a) Prepare diagrams that represent the internal and external value chains of Clipper
Windpower
; (b) briefly describe all major areas on both of these value chains, including a discussion of how each area contributes to overall success and what Clipper
Windpower’s
competencies in that area are; (c) identify and describe two core competencies that yield competitive advantage, and discuss what can be done to further develop and maintain competitive advantage in these areas; and (d) select two areas that can benefit from generic functional benchmarking. A brief conclusion will summarize the findings from each of these areas.
Internal and External Value Chains
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The end:
.....ntain competitive advantage in an increasingly contentious marketplace.
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