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AC310 Module 1 Syllabus New Economy
9. New business models Different cost structures 4 P's of marketing Profit as a function of margin and turnover Disruptions a. 1890s a.i. Rise of department stores a.ii. Technology - Lifts and trains a.iii. Disadvantages a.iv. Brands b. 1920s b.i. Mail order businesses b.ii. Disruption - postal service b.iii. Lack of literacy b.iii.1. Brands c. 1960s c.i. Malls and discounters c.ii. Technology - motorcars c.iii. Malls as a sustaining development of dept. stores d. 1995 d.i. Internet d.ii. Collaborative filtering d.iii. Trust Information richness vs. customer reach E-business a. Variable costing b. ABC in e-businesses Strategy and strategic management accounting a. Strategic management accounting in new economy enterprises b. Three strategic frameworks b.i. Cost leadership vs. product differentiation b.ii. Defender vs. analyser vs. prospector b.iii. Harvest, hold, build c. Porter's overall value chain c.i. Outsourcing c.i.1. Support activities c.i.2. Primary activities d. Porter's five forces Internet and competitive advantage a. Operational effectiveness b. Strategic positioning b.i. Value proposition c. Is there really a new economy?
d. The myth of the first mover
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