Introduction to Corporate Strategy by Richard Pettinger (auth.)

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1. Emergent sectors, especially the Pacific Rim car and electrical goods industries that have a phenomenal track record of commercial success in their dealings with the West over the medium to long term and in taking market share from established and familiar organisations that hitherto produced, marketed and sold these items both successfully and profitably in their own countries. 2. Distinctive companies of high local profitability, reputation and regard. In the UK, examples of these are The Body Shop, the Virgin Group, Marks & Spencer and Co-Steel Sheerness.

This extends to confidence in the strength and quality of the relationship between the parties, confidence in the products and services being delivered and received, confidence in the continuity, reliability and stability of the organisation with whom business is being conducted and of the situation in general. Much of this aspect of the relationship with customers is perceptual and psychological. An understanding of this is therefore essential and attention must be paid to it. No effective relationship (whether in business or in any other sphere for that matter) exists without it.

15 'It Must Be Done' This is the driving phrase behind the triumph or expedient range of activities to which reference is made. The overwhelming need is for the issue to be instant, photogenic and media-friendly, so that those involved may have their moment of glory. Lesser versions of this occur lower down within organisations. The drive again is for internal public relations and pecking order coups that will lead to the raising of departmental, divisional or functional status of the aspect of the organisation that finds itself in the spotlight.

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