n.1.(Bot.) The edible fruit of an East Indian tree (Baccaurea Malayana) of the Spurge family. It somewhat resembles an apple.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Macmillan and Tampoe (2000) suggested that the best business strategies are those which use the capabilities of the firm to address customer needs.
By using the PMM, organizational competitiveness is measured in an Attractiveness-Strength coordinate system (Macmillan and Tampoe, 2000).
Many authors have reported an association between capabilities and firm performance (Huselid, Jackson, and Schuler 1997; Barnett, Greve, and Park 1994; Haffez, Zhang, and Malak 2002; Ray, Barney, and Muhanna 2004), and indicated that capabilities are strategically valuable to firms (Prahalad and Hamel 1990; Tampoe 1994; Hafeez et al.
One of her team, Robin Tampoe, said: 'She tries to put on a brave face but there was a lot of crying.'
Table 1 summarizes the study focus and size for these and six other studies reported by Tampoe (6); Manners, Steger and Zimmerer (7); Bommer and Jalajas (8); Gupta, Wilemon and Atuahene-Gima (9); Kochanski, Mastropolo and Ledford (1) and Kochanski and Ledford (10).
Tampoe, M., "Exploiting the core competences of your organization", Long Range Planning, Vol.
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