The best way to build and defend a competitive position is to ensure that the strategy of the business is kept secret. To do this, management must strategically create products and services that align, yet don't give too much information about the strategy to their competitors.
to defend London
to defend themselves from the other counties.
To defend against invaders.
I would say focused differentiation strategy
To defend Dover and England from enemies in continental Europe.
To defend China from people from the north on horse.
To defend their territory. and impose a point of power.
Build and manning of ships to defend England if there was an attack
Settlers choose to build jamestown on a peninsula because it was easy to defend from the Native Americans.
To defend themselfs against suprise rebel attacks.
To defend against a possible Nazi atomic bomb!
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Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) didn't build an army. Just when feeling going to be attacked they announce for preparation to defend themselves.
Fort McHenry was built in 1798 to defend the port of Baltimore from attack.
this position used to require the flyhalf to be slim build, quick of foot and agile. Now the position requires a more muscular build averaging 14 stone and approximately 6ft tall
Castles were built to defend a city or town, and to protect those housed inside. Niceguymike42
to defend his people when he had little time and few resources
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To defend themselves from to native Americans.
1. The Goodness of Fit Test : A good strategy has to be well matched to industry and competitive conditions, market opportunities and threats, and other aspects of the enterprise's external environment. At the same time, it has to be tailored to the company's resource strengths and weaknesses, competencies, and competitive capabilities. 2. The Competitive Advantage Test : A good strategy leads to sustainable competitive advantage. The bigger the competitive edge that a strategy helps build, the more powerful and effective it is. 3. The Performance Test : A good strategy boosts company performance. Two kinds of performance improvements are the most telling of a strategy's caliber: gains in profitability and gains in the company's competitive strength and long-term market position.
They were quick and easy to build and easy to defend (except against fire).
To defend London from attack. There is still a small military garrison there now.