Additionally, we can see by these following examples, that I am about to discuss, how the U.S postal service was a major factor with the establishment of communication throughout the states at a time of national expansion. Some examples, of the major factors, that the U.S Postal service had in shaping the United States, as we know it, include: 1. Indirectly helping families, who were very dispersed, as they were able to communicate via mail and was able to keep in touch with family when moving west despite all the distance. 2. They helped entrepreneurs find business opportunities that would not have been
But as indicated there is a need for a revised version of the growth model presented by Galliers & Sutherland (1991). This is because Nolan in his model did not prove enough reality, or described in depth the stages through which organizations go through when utilizing IT which is contrary to the revised model because Galliers and Sutherland (1991) explained in detailed the stages of organizational growth in IT and highlighted some implications involved in each stage and how it can be implemented in an economy cycle as presented
INTRODUCTION The courier industry basically drives its customers through time-definite, reliable transportation services for documents, packages, couriers and freight. This is done via a combination of strong transport network that includes road, rail, sea and air for door-to-door delivery. This extensive distribution system is supported by infrastructure that includes hubs, warehouses, IT technology and human resources, and offices and service locations in various cities inclusive of tier-1, tier-2 other smaller cities as well. Over the past two decades, courier services have grown increasingly important to businesses needing to use "just-in-time" manufacturing and retailing techniques and supply-chain logistics in order to remain competitive. Increasing dependance on these
Literature Review The factors to measure success are even unpredictable because of the unprecedented changes which project manager’s faces. According to Salleh (2009), the study of project success or failure and critical success factors is a means of understanding and improving the project management process. Undoubtedly, to characterize a project as successful or a failed is not an easy task. One of the problems encountered is that the different parties involved in the project view success in a different way. The science of Project Management has not yet succeeded in reaching a consensus for the definition of project success.
This is made, so that the organization can run smoothly and efficiently and is common in many large-scale organizations, quite a few of today’s large organization still uses this model. It is useful to start with where it first began; the development of this idea regarding the organizational structure was originated by the German sociologist Max Weber (1864-1920). He described bureaucratic form as being the “ideal” way of organizing government agencies. Max Weber identified the six key characteristics of bureaucracy
According to Seale, (1999) was stated that the trustworthiness of a research report lies at the heart of issues conventionally discussed as validity and reliability. Finally, there are some issue that has been discovered about the validity in qualitative research but it has been ignore by a researcher namely Stenbacka. She argues that the concept of validity should be redefined for qualitative researches. The impression of reliability is one of the quality concepts in qualitative research which to be solved in order to claim a study as part of proper research (Stenbacka,
LITERATURE REVIEW AND THEORETICAL DEVELOPMENT Core competency Much of the research on competitive advantage centred on core competencies as a significant source of that advantage, core competencies embrace the particular set of skills and resources affirm possesses as well as the approach those resources are accustomed produce outcomes (Fiol, 2001). The concept of core competency, as basic to organizational renewal and as a driving force behind strategic amendment, interests each managers and scholars. It is a complex and challenging concept: it 's tough to specify in theory, to identify empirically as a development, and to apply in practice. Scholars have recently recognized these issues generally conceptual discussions (Hafsi and Thomas, 2005)
It is in this way important that securitisation and other associated frameworks get grew so that Financial Institutions and Banks can offload their introductory presentation and make space for financing new activities. With the presentation of money related area changes in the mid nineties, Financial Institutions and Banks, especially the Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs), have gone into the retail business bigly, producing vast volumes of homogeneous classes of advantages, for example, vehicle advances, Visas receivables, home advances. This has prompted endeavors being made by a couple of players to get into the Asset Backed Securities market too. Nonetheless, still various lawful, administrative, mental and different issues should be dealt with to encourage the development of securitisation. Individuals of India have not yet respected this
It promotes easier cooperation between different groups, business sharing information’s to improve customer relations, build new products or services, more personalization, better customer service etc. With the onset of information technology the way we do business has changed. It replaced from paper cheque or money to electronic payment system, from paper or postal invoice to electronic invoice and form traditional commerce to electronic commerce etc. Today we are live in the age of E-commerce and it develops from traditional commerce. The e-commerce is one of the biggest things that have taken the business by a storm.
Services Customer’s expectations towards Mobilink are exceeded, so in this way Mobilink provides services to their customers before and after purchasing. It has the largest customer services division in the company, which includes • Customer services operations (front end) • Customer services systems (contact center) • Quality assurance, standardization & training Competitive Advantages of PTCL & MOBILINK PTCL & Mobilink success lies in the development of strong, fundamental and long term business plans, created to sustain economic challenges in the country. They has invested heavily in infrastructure, technology, human resources, marketing and customer services which has given driving force for a wide based future planning strategy. In this manner they have a competitive advantage of making tremendous investments in Pakistan which nobody else had made before with respect to telecom. Both organizations have large number of corporate customers using PTCL landlines and Mobilink post paid and pre paid connections, which is a very big achievement for both