VNITŘNÍ FAKTORY OVLIVŇUJÍCÍ MALÉ A STŘEDNÍ PODNIKÁNÍ: PŘÍPADOVÁ STUDIE Z MORAVSKOSLEZSKÉHO KRAJE
Analysis of endogenous factors influencing small and medium sized enterprises: The case of the Moravian-Silesian region
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The main reason for this work is to present the research findings in the small and medium sized enterprises (SME) field. The principal view point is to identify and describe the endogenous factors, which characterize standard business behaviour in a chosen region. The analysis is based on a statistic data analysis on a descriptive level, representing the quantitative research area as well as the multidimensional statistic methods in qualitative research area, using Principal Components Analysis (PCA). Based on findings of the empirical study, conclusions are made by means of synthesis of the bibliographical sources and results of the individual factor research defining barriers in the SME sector, especially emphasizing the internal factors (under an active influence of a business unit). The VRIO strategic method of internal business analysis has been used to classify and interpret the established factors as a source for strategy planning and directing it to be more competitive in a globalised business environment.
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