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COMPCommittee for Orphan Medicinal Products (EMEA)
COMPCartilage Oligomeric Matrix Protein
COMPCollege of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific
COMPCanadian Organization of Medical Physicists
CoMPCoronal Multi-Channel Polarimeter
COMPClever on Many Perspectives (rapper Jordan McElveen)
COMPCompressive Molding Planarization
COMPCompliance Monitoring Parameter
COMPCollege Outcomes Measure Program
COMPCollection Opportunity Management Plot
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We see in the literature that each author has used the competitive advantage term in his/her own perspective fulfilling his/her own scholastic needs.
Mock Trial provides a useful test case to investigate the effects of cooperative learning within a competitive environment.
Lower energy costs and less stringent enforcement of worker health and safety and environmental laws provide foreign facilities in Brazil, China and India with a competitive advantage.
This lack of competitive elections has led to a polarized Congress, with conservative Republicans on one side and liberal Democrats on the other.
Observes Caterpillar CFO Lynn McPheeters, "We were dollar-based and they were yen-based, and when currencies got out of whack, it created a significant competitive advantage for them.
Under this scenario, all providers of competitive services in the NTT Group, which I will refer to as "ServeCo," would be customers of the local company, which I will refer to as "LoopCo," in a fashion similar to the way NCCs and ISPs now purchase access to NTT's last mile and access to NTT's local customers.
The initial two issues included stories and articles on: developing capabilities within an organization; competitive intelligence field research; info-terrorism; intelligence sharing in virtual teams; and, an optical perspective on competitive intelligence.
The third and fourth competitive forces are the "Bargaining Power of Buyers" and the "Bargaining Power of Suppliers.
The survey indicates that a gap exists between the current access professional communicators actually have to CI and the access communicators need in order to analyze their company's competitive situation, the positioning and strategies of competitors and the overall business environment.
Its primary objectives are to help decision makers avoid surprises from the competitive environment and to identify current and potential threats and opportunities.
A large firm might organize a competitive intelligence committee, made up of four to six partners and professionals who are familiar with the competition and are interested in finding out more.