Innovation et capital immatériel

Supply Chain Magazine, Numéro 15, Janvier 2019

Cited As:

George Tovstiga

EDHEC Business School

Supply Chain Magazine, Numéro 15, Janvier 2019

Type: Press article
Date: le 01/01/2019
Extra information :

Et si chaque fournisseur clé de l’entreprise, qui lui permet de construire et de renforcer son positionnement concurrentiel, était géré non plus comme une source de coûts mais comme un capital immatériel ?

Research Cluster : Marketing
Source : Supply Chain Magazine

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