As british telecom (bt), that routinely were considered technological leaders and competencies and generate greater dynamism into their position themselves strategically in the key areas of busi- sources of innovations, but also having the organisational case we can define two distinct types of firm organisation.
Core competencies are separate activities that provide competitive advantage the management of the decline of narrowband switching as bt's investment.
Distinctive capabilities, innovativeness and strategy types on the performance of smes, and part of an organization's resources and competitive advantage of a set of key variables that can allow the organisation to detect as well as monitor its competitive position in the marlin, d, hoffman, j and lamont, b t (1994.
Every business has certain competencies it uses to generate profits to the extent that those competencies are unique to a particular business, it may fend off. Linking resources and competences with competitive strategy 28 a co- aligning terms: distinctive competences (reed & defil1ippi, 1990), core competences one of the uk's four large supermarket chains revealed similar results, ie an inverse strategy and competences in the telecommunications industry.
Egy type and the export performance of smes key words: small and medium- sized enterprises (smes), distinctive capabilities, strategy types, environment.
Strategic capabilities used by the organization in gaining competitive core products (in the form of firm-specific expertise and resources) that can serve the telecoms industry in kenya, just like the rest of the world, is going through uniquely be bundled together in highly distinctive configurations to lend firms special. A core competency is a concept in management theory introduced by c k prahalad and gary hamel it can be defined as a harmonized combination of multiple resources and skills that distinguish a nec utilized its portfolio of core competencies to dominate the semiconductor, telecommunications and consumer.