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Journal on Management
From the publishers of THE HINDU BUSINESS LINE
Volume: 3 Issue: 1 July 2000
Contents
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Are we e-ready?
How Old Economy companies are moving from brick-and-mortar to bricks-and clicks.
Media, meeting place, mall and mail
A look at how e-business is changing the face of corporate India.
Taking stock of online trading
This article examines how Internet-based stock trading has the potential to benefit the investor by offering greater speed and transparency at a lower cost.
As virtual commerce gets real...
On how the B2C model, rather than the B2B model, has a greater chance of success in India provided it is marked by large volumes and low-cost transactions.
Teller on the Net
What banks can do to leverage the power of the Internet in an increasingly competitive environment.
The Web that ICICI spins
A look at how ICICI is transforming itself into a Web-enabled corporation. Plus an interview with K.V. Kamath, the company's managing director.
Click to conquer
How a company can make the Net an integral part of its business and use it to interact with customers, suppliers and distributors.
Click and cart away
On how to e-tail, and win.
Catch the shopper by the e-tail
An in-depth examination of pure-play e-tailer, Fabmart, and its business model.
Luring you to click-and-buy
A case study of Shopping@satyamonline, the shopping channel of Satyamonline.com.
Weaving an FMCG Web
A look at how FMCG companies use the Internet to maximise efficiency in supply, distribution, sales and customer relationship management.
Net will be norm, not exception
In the new economy the only survivors will be those companies that are e-ready.
`We have to change phenomenally'
An interview with John Larson, Director Asia Pacific Operations, Process Leadership, Ford Motor Co.
E-biz the Mahindra way
On what the Mahindra group is doing to retain a competitive advantage in the e-world.
Behind the scenes
Logistics: The most vital component of the e-business cycle.
Preparing for the e-volution
Strategies for surviving the e-revolution.

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