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Competitive Advantage: A Theoretical Approach

Competitive Advantage: A Theoretical Approach

Competitive advantage is a key concept in strategic management, representing the leverage a company has on its competitors. Several theories have proposed different approaches to understanding and explaining the sources of competitive advantage. This article aims to briefly cover some of the common theoretical foundations […]

Book list #3 – The Core of Strategy

Book list #3 – The Core of Strategy

This book list is about three books that are related to the very core of strategy. They introduce the background of strategic management studies, the difference between good and bad strategy and the winning concept of successful strategy. I can recommend all these three books […]

The process of writing your Master thesis

The process of writing your Master thesis

Now that the thesis process for the September entrants is done I can share my thesis experiences with you. The February entrants are starting their thesis process now so I shall walk you through my thesis process from start to finish. It is focussed on […]

Our favourite beers!

Our favourite beers!

Lauri – Luostari Dubbel My favorite beer is Luostari Dubbel by the Saimaan Juomatehdas Brewery. I do like Dutch and Belgian beers a lot, but my personal favorite is still this beautiful Finnish abbey beer. The Saimaan Juomatehdas Brewery happens to be located in my […]

Supply Chain Battle

Supply Chain Battle

On March 9 the second edition of the Supply Chain Battle took place, which immediately makes this my second time that I attended this event. Last year it was the first time this concept was introduced as a formal event for Asset | Strategy & […]

Board Interview #3 – Treasurer Eva Stroo

Board Interview #3 – Treasurer Eva Stroo

Name: Eva Stroo Function: Treasurer of Asset Strategy & Logistics Education: MSc Accountancy Why did you want to spend a board year? In February 2016 I became an active member by joining the Activities Committee. Soon it turned out that this was the best decision […]

Green Belt Lean Six Sigma Training – Week 4

Green Belt Lean Six Sigma Training – Week 4

The fourth week of this challenging training was focussed on the last part of the Six Sigma model, the improve and control stage. The first thing that came to mind during this lecture was the following: shouldn’t you first control the processes before you improve […]