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2004.08.23 - SLIDE 1MOBILE MEDIA WORKSHOP PRESENTATION Prof. Marc Davis University of California at Berkeley School of Information Management and Systems.

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1 Marketing Mix VARUN KALSE. Marketing mix 2 It is sole vehicle for creating and delivering value. Consists of four elements Marketing mix enhances positioning.

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Cristina Bueti, Adviser, ITU Flavio Cucchietti, Vice-Chairman, ITU-T Study Group 5 Overview of ITU Activities on E-Waste.

e-waste were disposed of worldwide in 2013 For every one million cell phones that are recycled, 16 tons of copper, 350 kilos of silver, 34 kilos of gold and 15 kilos of palladium can be recovered 2/management of EOL ICT equipment. End-of-life management for ICT equipment Clean supply chains Offsetting and mitigation Material recovery and recycling End-of-life management 12 Structure of analysis  Legal frameworks  EOL management steps  Regulatory compliance  Best practice guidance  Clean supply chains/


Need and Relevance of Mobile Based Information Services in Emerging Markets - India Gnanapriya C Principal

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Business Planning for a Social Enterprise Paul Kirsch Program Manager at the Zell Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies COPYRIGHT © 2006 THE REGENTS.

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Hilkka Jankkila, Principal Lecturer, ROVANIEMI POLYTECHNIC, School of Forestry and Rural Industries  Lectures = basic concepts and processes of –Marketing.

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D esigning the Value Chain Across Borders: The Dispersion Decision National Diamonds and International Competition GLOBAL STRATEGY Dr. Ruth V. Aguilera.

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STR 421 Economics of Competitive Strategy Michael Raith Spring 2007.

producers –Supply chain management at Dell Complementary products Complementary products –Partnerships to offer discounts: Choice Hotels Pricing in vertical chains Pricing in vertical chains –Non-linear pricing in franchising –Gasoline: retail price maintenance as upper limit on price Contracting problems Costs of describing and measuring quality of performance Costs of describing and measuring quality of performance Costs of describing the terms of a contract Costs of describing the terms of a contract/


Mobile commerce IT Valley Fribourg 2001 Yves Pigneur University of Lausanne (+41 21) 692.3416.

12 Snap offers wireless online auctions through Cell Broadcast and SMS in Germany in cooperation with D2 and Nokia Illustrations YesterdayToday [McKinsey, 2000] 15,000/Supply chain integration Video Games SMS E-mailPIM Customer Care I. messaging Chat U. messaging M-Commerce Applications M-Commerce Enabling Applications SecurityInformation Management/, its resources, the knowledge and the structure of resulting costs, manage the value chain and processes, build alliances to achieve performance? Infrastructure/


International Telecommunication Union Committed to connecting the world 4 th ITU Green Standards Week Cristina Bueti Adviser of ITU-T Study Group 5 Turning.

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FRIDAY International Management MGT 480/680

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Geography of International Trade Jinan University Department of International Economics and Trade Students of Year 2001 Autumn, 2004.

of cell phones is likely to further decrease costs. Another significant wave innovation involves information technologies, as indicated by the excessively rapid decrease of/supply chain (from suppliers to customers).  These flows reflects the spatial organization of distribution. Dynamics of/, but with impressive results:  It managed to sustain rapid growth, which by late/of metal, machinery, and shipbuilding industries; Oulu, ( 奥卢 )has become the center of high-tech manufacturing, and based around the Nokia/


Willy Van Puymbroeck European Commission Head of Unit Nanoelectronics

CELL 30% 31% 35% 4% % 1% 0% 87% 12% % 34% 36% 26% 7% % USA 54% BRAZIL34% 5% 3% 4% % 27% 29% 42% 2% % 12% 13% 57% 18% % manufacturing facilities KEY Enabling Technologies Observations of the HLG – The ‘Valley of/ of the KETs RDI projects, and put in place the appropriate program management and mechanisms to allow the combination of/of Total (94) 9% 8% 43% 25% Major players here are defined as those who are prominent in current manufacturing supply chains (taken from EC reports, e.g. ICT MAN study): OEMs: NOKIA/


Chapter 11 Information Technology For Management 6 th Edition Turban, Leidner, McLean, Wetherbe Lecture Slides by L. Beaubien, Providence College John.

item, pay, goUse self-service kiosks Supplying commercial photosUse newspapers, paper, catalog, or online Use hub-like supply chain with digitized picture Chapter 18 New Economy/of doing business by which a company can generate revenue to sustain itself. The model spells out how the company adds value to create a product or service. (Value Chain)  Nokia makes and sells cell/ work in organizations IT will reduce the number of middle managers IT will change the manager’s job IT impacts employees at work IT /


Chapter 11 Information Technology For Management 6 th Edition Turban, Leidner, McLean, Wetherbe Lecture Slides by L. Beaubien, Providence College John.

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TOM PETERS’ LESSONS IN LEADERSHIP Philadelphia 21 March 2000 (Day #81 of the New Millennium)

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Chapter 11 Information Technology For Management 6 th Edition Turban, Leidner, McLean, Wetherbe Lecture Slides by L. Beaubien, Providence College John.

of doing business by which a company can generate revenue to sustain itself. The model spells out how the company adds value to create a product or service. (Value Chain)  Nokia makes and sells cell/ item, pay, goUse self-service kiosks Supplying commercial photosUse newspapers, paper, catalog, or online Use hub-like supply chain with digitized picture Chapter 123 New Economy / work in organizations IT will reduce the number of middle managers IT will change the manager’s job IT impacts employees at work IT /


Chapter 11 Information Technology For Management 6 th Edition Turban, Leidner, McLean, Wetherbe Lecture Slides by L. Beaubien, Providence College John.

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Chapter 11 Information Technology For Management 6 th Edition Turban, Leidner, McLean, Wetherbe Lecture Slides by L. Beaubien, Providence College John.

of doing business by which a company can generate revenue to sustain itself. The model spells out how the company adds value to create a product or service. (Value Chain)  Nokia makes and sells cell/ item, pay, goUse self-service kiosks Supplying commercial photosUse newspapers, paper, catalog, or online Use hub-like supply chain with digitized picture Chapter 123 New Economy / work in organizations IT will reduce the number of middle managers IT will change the manager’s job IT impacts employees at work IT /


BACKGROUND OVERVIEW PRODUCT OPERATIONS CONCLUSION Comparing Sustainability Strategies of Apple and Samsung Wednesday, November 6 th, 2012 SUMA K4170: Sustainability.

Leading mobile Phone Companies: Samsung, Nokia and Apple iPhone, Galaxy and LG are the top cell phone brands in the U.S.A. Q2 2013 Global Market Share of Mobil Phone INDUSTRY PROFILE BACKGROUND OVERVIEW PRODUCT/ facilities -Weak evaluation of suppliers WEAKNESSES -Transparency -Third party manufacturing facilities -Weak evaluation of suppliers BACKGROUND OVERVIEW PRODUCT OPERATIONS CONCLUSION OPPORTUNITIES -CSR platform -Renewable energy THREATS -Complete Supply Chain Control -Reputation SWOT ANALYSIS/


Chapter 11 Information Technology For Management 6 th Edition Turban, Leidner, McLean, Wetherbe Lecture Slides by L. Beaubien, Providence College John.

of doing business by which a company can generate revenue to sustain itself. The model spells out how the company adds value to create a product or service. (Value Chain)  Nokia makes and sells cell/ item, pay, goUse self-service kiosks Supplying commercial photosUse newspapers, paper, catalog, or online Use hub-like supply chain with digitized picture Chapter 123 New Economy / work in organizations IT will reduce the number of middle managers IT will change the manager’s job IT impacts employees at work IT /


The Future of the Global Workplace

Future Global Workforce: A Function of Supply and Demand SUPPLY FORCES Population demographics Government policies influencing fertility rates/Mills (Italy); Nike; Nokia PC Display Division Your Organisation is the Network Suppliers, Contractors/cell replication and linkages to new cells Power derives from symbols, stories, relationships Success is resilience, impact, quality of relations Nourished by complexity, change Networks in the Knowledge Economy The Leadership Challenge The vast majority of the leadership and management/


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loop supply chain context with focus on different customer behavior patterns Final Project 2 Papaya MilkReturn and recycling of used mobile phonesOperation Management Outline Introduction Literature review The mobile phone lifecycle Environmental issues Consumer behavior Programs for return and recycling of mobile phones Proposed research structure framework Research Design 3 Papaya MilkReturn and recycling of used mobile phonesOperation Management Introduction The first handheld mobile cell phone was/


Taxation of International Transactions

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Software Outsourcing services to its clients globally

Management Services Service Offerings Product Engineering Services Service Offerings Test Consultancy Implementation of QA cell/Framework | Blackberry SDK | RIM API | Nokia Series 60/80 SDK | Symbian SDK |/of MS Dynamics ERP Production Planning and Simulation Solutions Customer Relationship Management Solutions Sales and Service Management Solutions Supply Chain Management Solutions Production, Planning and Scheduling Management Solutions Enterprise Performance Management Solutions Business Process Management/


© 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall Managing Telecommunications Chapter 6 Information Systems Management in Practice 8 th Edition.

@SG Wireless Wide Area Networks (WWANs) Broadband connections over thousands of miles © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall 6-29 Wireless Technologies for Networks that Cover Different Distances cont’d © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall 6-30 BMW Case Example: Wireless LANs Goal to optimize supply-chain with suppliers Suppliers needed real-time data on parts to implement/


Tom Peters’ Re-Imagine! Business Excellence in a Disruptive Age The European Conference on Customer Management/London/13.05.2003.

5G, 3G, 4G Windows Symbian Java Bluetooth Wi-Fi PCs-PDAs-Cell“phones” E-business vs. M-business Etc. Outsider’s view/for your entire supply-demand chain Web as “spider’s web” which re-conceives the industry Web/B2B as/manages the logistics of 4.5M Ford vehicles, from 21 mfg. sites to 6,000 NA dealers) Omnicom: 57% (of $6B) from marketing services 6. A World of/future. There is no lack of ‘physical’ products to choose between.” Jesper Kunde, A Unique Moment [on the excellence of Nokia, Nike, Lego, Virgin /


The Evolution of Outsourcing Michael L. Videira Faculty Sponsor: Dr. James Kroes, Supply Chain Management.

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What is Six Sigma? How is it related to Lean? Deb Lucia Practice Manager, Lean Manufacturing & Engineering.

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Argument for Acceleration Of the Global Overview for the SP1N Development Effort (by approximately 6-8 weeks)

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Evo Devo Universe? A Speculative Framework for Thinking about the Future in a World of Accelerating Technological Change Bay Area Future Salon SAP Labs.

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Information Technology & Software: Policies, Progress, HR Supply & Quality and Economic & Social Impact By Dr T.H. CHOWDARY Director: Center for Telecom.

, Progress, HR Supply & Quality and Economic & Social Impact By Dr T.H. CHOWDARY Director: Center for Telecom Management and Studies Chairman: Pragna Bharati (intellect India ) Former: Chairman & Managing Director Videsh Sanchar Nigam Limited & Information Technology Advisor, Government of Andhra Pradesh T:/, Indian Truck drivers, accountants, lawers.. BPO, KPO help us move up the value chain. Indian CEOs for the world top companies. Hinduism alone values and promotes cultural an d religious &/


Zone to Win Organizing to Compete in An Age of Disruption Workiva Management Meeting January 29, 2016 Las Vegas.

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Chapter 5 Business-Level Strategy: Creating and Sustaining Competitive Advantages McGraw-Hill/Irwin Copyright © 2004 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

Differentiation and Cost Competitive Advantage Value Chain Activities: Examples of Overall Cost Leadership Exhibit 5.3 Value Chain Activities: Examples of Overall Cost Leadership Few management layers to reduce overhead costs Firm Infra/of replacement parts and supplies Margin Inbound Logistics Operations Outbound Logistics Marketing and Sales Service Source: Adapted from Porter, M.E. 1985. Competitive Advantage, New York: Free Press. Some Bases for Differentiation BMW automobiles Brand Image Nokia cell/


Analyzing Resources & Capabilities The role of resources and capabilities in strategy formulation. The resources of the firm Organizational capabilities.

fuel cell car The Evolution of Honda /Nokia Marketing Brand ManagementP&G, LVMH, PepsiCo Quality reputationJohnson & Johnson Responsiveness to market trendsMTV, L’Oreal Sales, Distribution Sales ResponsivenessPepsiCo, Pfizer & ServiceEfficiency and speed of distributionAmazon, Dell Customer ServiceSingapore Airlines Caterpillar The Value Chain: The McKinsey Business System TECHNOLOGYPRODUCT DESIGNMANUFACTURINGMARKETINGDISTRIBUTIONSERVICE The Porter Value Chain FIRM INFRASTRUCTURE HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT/


International Management

quality, cost) Labor market (supply, quality, cost) Government /of competitive advantage (Diamond of four mutually reinforcing factors) Porter Diamond 1. Factor Endowments or Conditions-- Basic, Advanced (Nokia/of value creation (perform value creation activities more economically). The firm is a value chain composed of a series of distinct value creation activities Value creation activities Primary activities Production and marketing 2. Support activities Materials management, R&D, Human resource management/


Analyzing Resources & Capabilities The role of resources and capabilities in strategy formulation. The resources of the firm Organizational capabilities.

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Standardizing IP-based Emergency Services Richard Barnes BBN Technologies IETF GEOPRIV Chair Hannes Tschofenig Nokia-Siemens IETF ECRIT.

Nokia-Siemens IETF ECRIT Chair Hannes.tschofenig@gmx.net Goal of this Presentation Understand the big picture of/ Entity or organization that supplied this location information Element /Cell-ID database, BSSID database Obtaining Location Information Location Configuration Protocols (LCPs) Assumes that some entity in the access network knows the location of/mechanisms (SRTP & key management) currently not mandated. /of the stakeholders along the entire value chain – working with a large number of players/


Information Technology in the Digital Age Dr Sherif Kamel Department of Management School of Business, Economics and Communication.

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Situation Analysis Week 2 BA-343.

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Building A Trustworthy, Secure, And Privacy Preserving Network

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Competitive Advantage and Strategic Planning. Purpose b Business is about an idea/strategy to make money. b Cash flow is a measurement of the effectiveness.

industrial sector. Top Managers as the commanding Generals Key words b Competitive advantage—the ability of the firm to /. Appropriability b Cash flow high b Supernormal returns Nokia 80% of market share on cell phones. b Profit margins. Think about Microsoft. / strengths and weaknesses. It helps to look at the value chain. b What functions do you do well or do poorly/perhaps industry relationships and outsourcing (threat or opportunity). Labor b Supply and demand. Critical in tight labor markets. See jet blue/


INDIA INDIA AN INTRODUCTION AS A MARKET

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The Impact of Technology on Society The Origins of Man to Present Day Dr. David Gibbs Department of Computing and New Media Technologies University of.

negative, or harmful – Oral presentation and defense of those technologies in class Examples: cell phones, television, i-pods, nuclear power The Impact of Technology on Society Technology is non-neutral ALL /of “Things” The Internet of “Things” The Impact of Technology on Society Early applications of RFID automatic highway toll collection supply-chain management (for large retailers) pharmaceuticals (for the prevention of counterfeiting; $46bn annual losses) e-health (for patient monitoring) The Impact of/


Chapter 2 Developing successful business ideas Identifying and recognizing opportunities Ways for identifying opportunities Personal characteristics of.

transportation and increased disposable income. (B) Resulting new business, product and service opportunities: cell phones, laptop computers, phone cards. (C) Companies that resulted: Nokia, Palm, Research in Motion. Technological trends: (A)Development of the Internet. (B)Resulting new business, product and service opportunities: E- commerce, improved communications, improved supply chain management. (C)Companies that resulted: Yahoo, Amazon.com, America Online, Auto Direct. Solving a problem Sometimes/


2003. 5. 14 반도체설계 지식재산연구회 발표 Current Issues and Trends of IP Based SOC Design Shiho Kim System Integration & IP Authoring Center Director Dept. of Exchange.

business matching : about 200/Quarter Supplying Software to Nokia, Bull, Sun, SIP consortium/of IP/SOC industry of Korea –Build IP Data Base –Build Infrastructure of IP Creation and Reuse of IP –IP Exchange and Cooperation Activities of SIPAC 2003. 5. 14 반도체설계 지식재산연구회 발표 SIPAC Organization of SIPAC KIPO President (Prof. HoiJun Yoo) Steering committee Dept. of Operation & Planning Dept. of Research & Development Dept. of Exchange & Cooperation Dept. of IP DB Management  Business Planning  Budget, management/


資訊管理導論 (Introduction to Information Management)

palmtop computer Crossing international borders Supplying commercial photos Paying for transportation in New York city. Shopping from home. Business Models A business model is a method of doing business by which a company can generate revenue to sustain itself. The model spells out how the company adds value to create a product or service. (Value Chain) Nokia makes and sells cell phones A TV station/


1 An Overview of the Work of the 20 th April 2007 Accelerating Worldwide Adoption of Carrier-class Ethernet Networks and Services MEF Reference Presentation.

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Staying Power Six Enduring Principles for Managing Strategy & Innovation in an Uncertain World (Lessons from Microsoft, Intel, Apple, Google, Toyota &

of Management & School of Engineering © 2013 cusumano@mit.edu 2 19851991 1995 1998 2002 20042010 3 Big Picture Now in an age of innovation & commoditization, in both products & services, multiple industries Long history, recently accelerated –Hardware: Mainframes to PCs, cell/a variety of products & services –Supply-chain platform: network of relationships that / MSN, AOL, etc. Smart PhoneOS Google, Apple, RIM, Microsoft/Nokia Digital Content Apple, Amazon, Google, Microsoft, etc. Social MediaFacebook, Google/


E-Waste Regulation in West Africa: The Need for A Coherent Approach by Professor ‘Lanre Fagbohun, Ph.D Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies At.

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