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The Concept of Industry Life Cycle and Development of Business Strategies

@inproceedings{Sabol2013TheCO,
  title={The Concept of Industry Life Cycle and Development of Business Strategies},
  author={Andrija Sabol and M. Sander and Durdica Fuckan},
  year={2013}
}
The situation in which firms are struggling with decreasing demand for their goods and services gives an incentive to explore strategic fractures that have caused it. It is therefore of great importance to search for the system of cause and effect that shapes and defines organizational adaptability and creativity of the firm and/or its parts, which in turn creates value both for the firm and its environment. The appropriate use of specific business strategies highly depends on the phase of the… 

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