Strategy and Performance: Competing through Competences

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Hence, the observations in the papers may not be generalized for all the industry sectors across the world. The aggregate measure and development of composite index has its limitations in terms of the periodicity and ethnicity of the data. Therefore, the results may be studied carefully. The paper provides for an insight in terms of developing innovation competence and its influence on firm level competitiveness, which may be validated further in various other industry sectors.

There remains a scope of future research for deliberating and defining the measure for innovation competence for respective industry sectors as well as incubating the same for defining the same for competitiveness of the industry. Ali , J.

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Prahalad , C. Prester , J. Priede , J. Shahnawaz , A. Siggel , E. Singh , S. Solow , R. Srinivasan , R. Teece , D. Tellis , G. Food Processing Sector in India , available at: www. Pdf accessed 1 March The authors would like to thank all the industry participants for generously giving their time and for sharing their information and insights so willingly. The authors would also like to acknowledge their reviewers for their invaluable advice on developing this paper. Please share your general feedback.

You can start or join in a discussion here. Visit emeraldpublishing. Abstract Purpose The dynamics of the competitive performance of the small medium firms is an evolving field of research in the developing countries like India. Findings The results of the study provide for a significant relationship between the innovation competence and firm level competitiveness. Crop Area Production 1 Food crops Descriptive statistics of statements used for innovation index Statements of innovation competence index N Minimum Maximum Mean SD New products introduced on an average periodof past five years 61 0.

Descriptive analysis of the competitive indexes and their statements Sr. Established quality testing procedure in the firm 61 0. Level of quality acceptance in the final products of the firm 61 0. Level of quality certifications assimilated by the firm 61 0. Capability of the firm to procure raw materials at low cost 61 0.

Capability of the firm to keep costs low based upon quality interventions 61 0.

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Capability of the firm to keep costs low based upon inventory management 61 0. Capability of the firm to keep costs low based upon capacity management 61 0. Effectiveness of sound working capital management in the firm 61 0. Ability of the firm to deliver products in the specified time 61 0. Ability of the firm to deliver products in the specified price 61 0. Provision for operating on high volume on consistent basis 61 0.

Planning and control system in the firm for production 61 0.

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Scheme for maintaining optimum inventory level and forecasting requirement in the firm 61 0. Standard system for standard procedure to be followed in production in the firm 61 0.

Standard system for standard procedure to be followed in sourcing of raw materials in the firm 61 0. Provision for adjusting the packaging size in the firm as per demand 61 0. Facility in your firm for managing the market environment 61 0. Ability of the firm to respond short run changes in schedule 61 0.

Quality-based competitive index 61 0. Cost-based competitive index 61 0. Flexibility-based competitive index 61 0. Dependability-based competitive index 61 0. PAT-based competitive index 61 0. Sales-based competitive index 61 0. TCPI 61 0. ICI 61 0. Abid Sultan can be contacted at: abidsultan gmail.

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Share feedback. Join us on our journey Platform update page Visit emeraldpublishing. Fixed capital a. Gross value added a. New products introduced on an average periodof past five years. Facility in the firm for quality enhancement of existingproducts. Facility in the firm for identification of the new manufacturingprocess.

Quality index statements.