Jack S. Katz, is identified as one of the ten top people to know by Technology Decisions Magazine, Jack is noted for his knowledge and delivery of accurate high technology and business solutions that have had a dramatic impact on the bottom line of global companies.
With over three decades of Information Systems Management, Marketing and Business Development experience in such diverse industries as Retail, Healthcare, Financial Services, and Information Technology, Jack is an internationally recognized author, speaker and business technology expert.
Jack co-founded Red Hill Partners International, LLC a premier market-entry company which works with emerging companies to define, develop and expand their products and services worldwide. He has previously held senior level management positions with Cisco Systems, Sun Microsystems, Providian Financial Services, Blue Shield of California, and Safeway, Inc.
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Introduction Ch01: The World Has Always Been Flat Ch02: The Elements of Global Trade Ch03: The Myth of American Competitiveness Ch04: Jumping the Shark Ch05: The Challenges of the U.S. Market Ch06: Market Entry Options Ch07: Positioning for Global Advantage Ch08: The New Silk Road Ch09: The Dragon, the Tiger and the Eagle Ch10: Breaking through the Barriers Ch11: The Doorway to the World Appendix A: Market Opportunity Online Resources
Competing for Global Dominance
Survival in a Changing World.
by Jack S. Katz
'Competing for Global Dominance' sets the stage for a new paradigm required for growth of the globalized market in the 21st century and outlines the issues that entrepreneurs and businesses will face as they compete for survival in a world marketplace no longer hindered by time and distance.
As the Silicon Valley success model moves into its adolescence and transforms its methodology more into using social and business networking as demonstrated on web sites of Facebook, YouTube, LinkIn, LinkSV, Twitter, Ecademy where groups of individuals and businesses from around the world can meet, communicate and collaborate together to expand their influence and market share by developing new ways of doing business. But before this can be effectively accomplished, a new approach needs to be established for how to compete, grow and survive in this new globalized environment. Many governments, educational and private organizations have tried to duplicate the success of Silicon Valley with limited degrees of success, most without really understanding the new dynamics of global competition and how to enter new markets.
This book shows the thought leadership from a practitioners viewpoint who works with entrepreneurs and companies from around the world to position them for survival and expansion in the new world of globalization.
You aren't just competing with your neighbors selling a goods or service any more, you're competing with the entire world. "Competing for Global Dominance" is a powerful and thoughtful resource for entrepreneurs on the global stage. Midwest Book Review
“In this powerful book, Jack Katz takes aim at the fundamental concern of all business in the new interconnected world. No one who cares about the future of their company’s growth and economic sustainability can afford to ignore this book.” Frederic Delbart, Conseiller économique et commercial, Consulate General of Belgian
“Here is all you need to know about winning the battle for opening up new markets in the age of globalization.” Frank Kaiser, Head of country desks: India, Japan and Korea,
Düsseldorf Chamber of Industry and Commerce, Germany
“Jack Katz has the rare ability to look out over the horizon and see the future that is bearing down on all of us. His vision of globalization and the survival of corporations and individuals is startling and compelling – another outlook for those wishing to compete in global markets.” Aviad Kamara, President, Israel Operations: Sagent Management and Founder of HiTechCare
"This critical assessment of international business practices unlocks
the paradigms of our global economy and the significance for global
partnerships to succeed in our ever changing twenty-first century
economy." Tony Marienthal, Chairman European Union ISDN User Forum
Users Workshop, Official Auditor European Union Research in Advanced Communications for Europe, European Union
Negotiator General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT)
Uruguay Round /Maastricht Treaty
New hope for a world in crisis. For most corporate executives--even for those working in large multinational companies Globalization has been a buzzword of vague content, generating more fear than hope. Following a global crisis, we now need to address survival in a changing world.
With Competing for Global Dominance, Jack Katz brings to the business world some of the most vital keys for global trade, offering a serious and refreshing insight into market entry options, worldwide sales and global advantage. When most companies are still focusing on traditional markets and business practices, Katz is uncovering new marketing techniques and international trades for the twenty-first century. This very factual and practical book is a must read for all of us in international business looking at the future for new opportunities and global strength." Jean-Jacques C. Vitrac, International Business & Political Consultant
"Jack Katz presents a comprehensive guide for businesses that are either contemplating entering the U.S. market or have already begun the process. In his book he lays out the foundational legal, cultural, and financial strategies for success. Too often foreign businesses do not appreciate how much time and money can be lost without a comprehensive guide like this showing them the way. I highly recommend this book to my clients--both domestic and international." Michael Moradzadeh Esq., Rimon Law Group
Innovative companies have demonstrated that to maintain their market position for the long term base their tactics for winning on customer value and on flawless execution. These companies take full advantage of market timing, test trials, expert guidance, strategic and tactical planning that will eliminate errors and problems before hand, maximizing the potential for achieving a successful outcome. They also understand that to compete for global dominance they have to develop their products from the outset for the international market and to execute different tactics for each specific country. Successful global companies have gained an understanding of the world around them and know how to exploit that knowledge to their advantage. Global business players, those multinational companies which have gone offshore, have already adopted a lean business model striving for the lowest cost structure, automating any and all operations, focusing on quality, relying on knowledgeable experts in the countries they are dealing with, and providing inexpensive and quality customer support and service all to stay competitive.
It is no longer only those companies that have deep financial pockets that can assume the risk required to expand their goods and services worldwide, any company can now build the required infrastructure at low cost to support market development while building their international supply chain - expanding their products and services worldwide. The world economies now depend on a shared sense of mutual benefit among companies to sell uniform goods and services across multiple borders.
If globalization is the process by which the experience of everyday life is becoming standardized around the world and where the patterns of production and consumption are resulting in the homogenization of culture, then we have never experienced this trend before throughout the history of mankind. How to compete and thrive becomes the major goal for businesses worldwide.