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|A successful hybrid strategy is:
► A) Impossible to achieve in practice
► B) A strategy, which seeks to provide high-perceived value justifying a substantial price premium usually to a selected market segment
► C) The period of time when an organization is changing its strategy
► D) A strategy, which seeks simultaneously to achieve differentiation and a price lower than that of competitors
|A Strategic Business Unit is:
► A) Part of an organization for which there is a distinct external market for goods or services.
► B) A subsidiary responsible for a significant volume of business
► C) The corporate centre
► D) Parts of an organization targeting the same customers through different channels and facing different competitors
|The equivalent to competitive advantage in public services is?
► A) Outsourcing
► B) Best value
► C) Superior services
► D) Best practice.
|Why is game theory useful in developing competitive strategy?
► A) Game theory emphasizes short-term tactics to be employed in competitive strategies rather than a long-term strategy.
► B) Game theory is about thinking how competitors will respond in both the short term and the long term.
► C) Games assume competition between different players so game theory is especially useful in describing how competition occurs.
► D) Given the inter-dependence of competitors, game theory helps an understanding of how the decisions of one competitor affects upon another.
|How might an organization sustain and win a price war?
► A) By having a lower cost structure
► B) By cross-subsidizing one business from another
► C) By having "deeper pockets" to fund short to medium term losses
► D) All of the above
|What is meant by focused differentiation?
► A) Concentrating on a particular feature of a product or service to achieve differentiation
► B) Concentrating on differentiation as the primary means of achieving competitive advantage
► C) Providing a high-perceived value service or product to a selected market segment, this justifies a substantial price premium.
► D) Simultaneously seeking to achieve differentiation and a price lower than that of competitors
|Three ways of sustaining competitive advantage are?
► A) Price-based strategies, differentiation, and diversification
► B) Price-based strategies, differentiation, and lock-in
► C) Change, adaptation and efficiency.
► D) Monopoly, cartel and market sharing
|The fundamental requirement for a successful price led strategy is:
► A) Reducing the cost base of the organization
► B) The lowest cost base of competing organizations
► C) Prices lower than competition.
► D) Lower quality products or services than competition.
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|A differentiation strategy is defined as?
► A) Higher quality products or services than competitors
► B) Innovation of products or services greater than competition
► C) Providing different products or services, which draw upon competences or resources, which competitors do not have.
► D) The provision of products or services that offer benefits different from those of competitors and that are widely valued by buyers.
|Lock-in, as described by Hax and Wilde, is achieved when?
► A) An organization achieves a proprietary position in its industry.
► B) Customers are tied into long-term contracts.
► C) An industry is dominated by a major player.
► D) Customer preferences are recorded in a CRM database.
|Sustainable differentiation is most likely in the following circumstances?
► A) Where the bases of differentiation are valuable to the buyer
► B) Where the bases of the differentiation strategy are difficult for competitors to imitate
► C) Where it is difficult for buyers to shift their buying allegiances
► D) All of the above
|Which of the following explanations best defines the meaning of hyper-competitive strategies?
► A) Hyper-competitive strategies are about how to compete in fast changing business environments.
► B) Innovation in terms of bases of competitive strategy
► C) Hyper-competitive strategies are about building bases of sustainable differentiation.
► D) Hyper-competitive strategies acknowledge the bases of competitive advantage may not be sustainable and that disruption of the status quo may be important.
|Competitive advantage based on differentiation derives from?
► A) Being the lowest cost producer in the industry and offering the lowest prices
► B) Having the broadest range of different goods and services in the industry
► C) Having processes and systems, which are different from competitors
► D) Offering products or services, which offer different benefits from competitors' and which are valued by buyers.
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