Posts Tagged ‘ competitive resources ’

Young nation, young entrepreneur, strategy in action―a Ugandan story

October 8, 2014
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Young nation, young entrepreneur, strategy in action―a Ugandan story

Robert Mugabe Mulindwa is a young Ugandan entrepreneur whose story illustrates the necessity for strategic skills, patience, tenacity and vision in a country that today looks much like we might imagine our forefathers faced in the US, when they first arrived and began building our nation. To place this entrepreneur in his setting, it is…

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Water–Scarce resource becomes competitive advantage

August 1, 2014
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Water–Scarce resource becomes competitive advantage

The abundance of natural resources the first expatriates found upon their arrival in the US often is credited as a unique advantage that helped propel America to its global competitive leadership position.  The Dayton, OH area hopes to capitalize on one of those natural resources―water.  The metropolitan area grew through the nineteenth and  early twentieth…

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