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Proposition for Strategic 6ps and the Service Business Model for Corporate Sustainability

Daisuke Sugiyama, Kunio Shirahada, Michitaka Kosaka
2015 International Journal of Knowledge and Systems Science  
This paper proposes 6Ps elements of service business model. It consists of basic 3Ps (product, people, and physical evidence) and additional 3Ps (perspective, personalization, and program).  ...  The authors also showed the direction to community. The authors analyze how the 6Ps elements work for the transition based on five case studies of advanced service business.  ...  INTRODUCTION It has become increasingly more important to create service based businesses to sustain corporations in servitized economies (Neely, 2007; Kameoka, 2007) .  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijkss.2015100101 fatcat:q66nvpwzt5c5lg6u3hhtgosrjq

Infrastructure Development as a Catalyst for Social-Economic Advancement

Neeta Baporikar
2016 International Journal of System Dynamics Applications  
The paper will review the state of infrastructure in Namibia in relation to existing financing and regulatory environment and in particular delves into the understanding of and the need for systems approach  ...  Government identifies scaling-up investment in infrastructure as one of the key enablers to achieve its development objectives -these include achieving high and sustained growth levels to reduce poverty  ...  id=2 Related Content Proposition for Strategic 6ps and the Service Business Model for Corporate Sustainability Daisuke Sugiyama, Kunio Shirahada and Michitaka Kosaka (2015).  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijsda.2016100106 fatcat:sl7au4n2pzglhpip7xiwoas23a

Analyzing Toyota City's Eco-policy Through Strategic Marketing Tools

Hiroshi Ito
2019 Asian Social Science  
I will then employ several strategic tools (i.e., marketing mix, strategic purposes, PEST, strategic groups, and SWOT) to help analyze Toyota City's eco-policy.  ...  Toyota City has long been making efforts to promote its eco-policy based on five eco-themes: transportation, the urban center, industry, forests, and the public welfare and livelihood.  ...  Daiki Mizutani from Toyota City Hall for supporting me with research. I also would like to thank Ezra Anton Greene for editing this paper.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ass.v15n4p23 fatcat:y5bxdjact5fodmwczrp6ed7g6y

Environmental and Social Aspects of Supplier Relationship Management

2017 Acta Universitatis Lodziensis. Folia Oeconomica  
Due to the rapid growth of significance of sustainable development in recent years, there have been many ideas regarding the practical application of environmental and social concepts in business management  ...  Our goal is to present environmental and social aspects of supplier relationship management taking into consideration individual approaches of specific researchers and to aggregate the gathered information  ...  The main suggestion for future research is further analysis of environmental and social concepts related to supplier relationship management in order to provide the possibility for integration of sustainable  ... 
doi:10.18778/0208-6018.331.07 fatcat:t3dsxrbujffshk4udrhplh4tuy

The effects of environmental focus and program timing on green marketing performance and the moderating role of resource commitment

Robert Glenn Richey, Carolyn F. Musgrove, Stephanie T. Gillison, Colin B. Gabler
2014 Industrial Marketing Management  
The goal of this paper is to explore the effectiveness of green marketing on firm performance, in terms of financial performance, market performance, and service quality.  ...  Drawing upon recent research in the Industrial Marketing Management Sustainability Special Issue, this research investigates the impact of green initiatives on firm performance and how the related commitment  ...  For that reason, we use Banerjee's (2002) framework, which incorporates both environmental corporate strategy and environmental business/functional strategy.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.indmarman.2014.06.014 fatcat:otwewd4zrzhltbcrpckuxq35la

A Process-Oriented Perspective on the Alignment of Information Technology and Business Strategy

Paul P. Tallon
2007 Journal of Management Information Systems  
Kraemer, K.L.; Dedrick, J.; and Yamashiro, S. Refining and extending the business model with information technology: Dell Computer Corporation. /nformation Society, 16, | (2000), 5-21. 38.  ...  , business structure, and culture that gives a company the capacity to deliver on its value proposition” [75, p. xii]. 3.  ... 
doi:10.2753/mis0742-1222240308 fatcat:umph6oit3fgwdklwqbnuj3fmgi

Interactions between States and Markets in a Global Context of Change: Contribution for Building a Research Agenda on Stakeholders' Social Responsibility

Patricia Almeida Ashley
2010 Social Science Research Network  
One of the propositions presented here is that the process and content of public policy-making and business strategies for CSR can be seen in a co-evolution process, which is co-shaped by social, economic  ...  The paper presents, in a first section, an analysis and discussion on a literature review concerning European public polices for corporate social responsibility.  ...  The meta-model (see Figure 1 ) presents three basic dimensions, each one related to a cluster of business-society relations: the core business relations, which are directly related to the goods and services  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1675586 fatcat:xsldzbddvzfflma54ctackqolu

Exploration of Topic Classification in the Tourism Field with Text Mining Technology—A Case Study of the Academic Journal Papers

I-Cheng Chang, Jeou-Shyan Horng, Chih-Hsing Liu, Sheng-Fang Chou, Tai-Yi Yu
2022 Sustainability  
Based on the results for 5783 abstracts, cluster analysis classifies the number of K-means clusters into six categories: travel, culture, sustainability, model, behavior, and hotel.  ...  A cross-check method is applied to assess the consistency of the topic classifications, list titles and keywords of the documents with the three smallest distances in each category and apply a strategic  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14074053 fatcat:hijnrkwrjrfllgdgm4illryiwa

International Marketing as a Field of Study: A Critical Assessment of Earlier Development and a Look Forward

S. Tamer Cavusgil, Seyda Deligonul, Attila Yaprak
2005 Journal of International Marketing  
Continued Order of Entry and Performance of Multinational Corporations Models/ Model 1 Model 2 Table 3.  ...  Size Entry Mode Order of Entry and Performance of Multinational Corporations Models/ Model 1 Model 2 Table 2.  ... 
doi:10.1509/jimk.2005.13.4.1 fatcat:vsqrftjazffvziuvyd6yv65ldm

Path Dependence of Dynamic Information Technology Capability: An Empirical Investigation

Jee-Hae Lim, Theophanis C. Stratopoulos, Tony S. Wirjanto
2011 Journal of Management Information Systems  
Roberts, P.W., and Dowling, G.R. Corporate reputation and sustained superior financial performance. Strategic Management Journal, 23, 12 (2002), 1077-1093. 103.  ...  WSOO) confirmed our previous results for manufacturing and high-tech, but we found uninformative and unstable results for the finance/service sector.  ... 
doi:10.2753/mis0742-1222280302 fatcat:nkpd6ovbz5blplnhz3yi43t7by

Trading Favors for Marketing Advantage: Evidence from Hong Kong, China, and the United States

Kam-Hon Lee, Gong-Ming Qian, Julie H. Yu, Ying Ho
2005 Journal of International Marketing  
Many authors have suggested that the intangibility of services and the maturity of service offerings have made relationship marketing essential for service firms to develop a sustainable competitive advantage  ...  Chen (1998), “Market Orientation, Service Qual- ity and Business Profitability: A Conceptual Model and Empiri- cal Evidence,” Journal of Service Marketing, 12 (4), 246-64.  ... 
doi:10.1509/jimk.13.1.1.58535 fatcat:zilbp54idze3pftmqctvdwn2q4

Exploratory and Exploitative Learning in New Product Development: A Social Capital Perspective on New Technology Ventures in China

Kwaku Atuahene-Gima, Janet Y Murray
2007 Journal of International Marketing  
product Final industrial equipment Final consumer service Business-to-business service Other Model 2: y = by + b,x + byz, and Model 3: y = bp + bx + byz + byxz, where y = the dependent (criterion) variable  ...  International Business Studies, 15 (2), 109-134. ——— (1994), “A Model of Knowledge Management and the N- Form Corporation,” Strategic Management Journal, 15 (Summe1 Special Issue), 73-90.  ... 
doi:10.1509/jimk.15.2.1 fatcat:wxfdt7teszaqrfgeswdrpz5y3q

Service quality & marketing: a practical relation

S.H. Hataminasab, E Oliya, Z Torabi, F.S. Roghani
2016 Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences  
In this regard, we will review different online brand equity models, brand equity failure modes and ways that online marketers can estimate current and desired sigma level of business branding performance  ...  Research methodology applies on of main Six Sigma models, known as DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control).  ...  The third one is lean tools applied in the two above-mentioned methods and the last one is process Management for ensuring sustainability.  ... 
doi:10.4314/jfas.v8i2s.36 fatcat:lwskpdkperd2vdrsndutzzlrxi

Use of Pricing Schemes for Differentiating Information Goods

Vidyanand Choudhary
2010 Information systems research  
We extend our model to the case of information goods that are horizontally differentiated and show that sellers will offer a single pricing scheme that is different from its competitor when the sellers  ...  Why do competing sellers adopt different pricing schemes for the same information good? We show that pricing schemes affect buyers' usage levels and thus the revenue generated from them.  ...  a strategic tool for differentiation and for targeting customer segments.  ... 
doi:10.1287/isre.1080.0203 fatcat:qvvqzktxvne4lbfmhkxbu56fj4

An Analysis of Stock Recommendations

John John Morgan, Phillip C. Stocken
1999 Social Science Research Network  
Finally, we examine testable implications of the model compared to empirical analyses of stock recommendations. JEL #s: G24, D82  ...  We study the information content of stock reports when investors are uncertain about a Þnancial analyst's incentives.  ...  In the past when providing underwriting services, securities Þrms used employees from the corporate Þnance division for marketing the issue and the due diligence investigation of the issuer.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.144848 fatcat:kjcconhxwvegxasffphf22ycry
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