Competitive Strategy

La Piana, David; Hayes, Michaela
October 2005
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Oct2005, Vol. 22 Issue 10, p12
This article deals with the significance of competitive strategy. Leaders should know what forces give rise to competition and how to develop and implement ethical and effective strategies for meeting their mission mandates. It details how nonprofit organizations can compete. Also, leaders must monitor the trends as new competitors enter the market and others alter their position or direction.


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