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The Five Competitive Forces That Shape Strategy Pdf, open two powerpoint windows
ac186bab57 Strategy can be viewed as building defenses against the competitive forces or as finding a position in an industry where the forces are weaker. Careers HBP Harvard Business Review Corporate Learning Harvard Business School All Disciplines All Disciplines Accounting Business & Government Relations Business Ethics Economics Entrepreneurship Finance General Management Human Resource Management Information Technology Accounting Business & Government Relations Business Ethics Economics Entrepreneurship Finance General Management Human Resource Management Information Technology International Business Marketing Negotiation Operations Management Organizational Behavior Sales Service Management Social Enterprise Strategy International Business Marketing Negotiation Operations Management Organizational Behavior Sales Service Management Social Enterprise Strategy All Collections HBS Only Sign In or Register Now My Library Disciplines Accounting Business & Government Relations Business Ethics Economics Entrepreneurship Finance General Management Human Resource Management Information Technology International Business Marketing Negotiation Operations Management Organizational Behavior Sales Service Management Social Enterprise Strategy Content Articles Books & Chapters Cases Core Curriculum Online Courses Simulations Case Method Case Method Teaching Resources for Case Teachers Case Method Teaching Seminars Seminar Alumni Teaching Post Forum Online Teaching & Learning Home Educator Copy Articles Most Popular The Five Competitive Forces That Shape Strategy (HBR Bestseller) Michael E. Porter Format: PDF Also Available In: English Hardcopy Black & White Spanish PDF List Price: $6.93 Source:Harvard Business Review Publication Date: Jan 1, 2008 Product #: R0801E-PDF-ENG Discipline: Strategy Length: 19 p, English PDF Description Description In 1979, a young associate professor at Harvard Business School published his first article for HBR, "How Competitive Forces Shape Strategy." In the years that followed, Michael Porter's explication of the five forces that determine the long-run profitability of any industry has shaped a generation of academic research and business practice. Learning objective: To appreciate the need to look beyond a company's competitors to four additional competitive forces that affect company and industry profitability. In exploring the implications of the five forces framework, Porter explains why a fast-growing industry is not always a profitable one, how eliminating today's competitors through mergers and acquisitions can reduce an industry's profit potential, how government policies play a role by changing the relative strength of the forces, and how to use the forces to understand complements. He then shows how a company can influence the key forces in its industry to create a more favorable structure for itself or to expand the pie altogether. The five forces reveal why industry profitability is what it is. That value may be drained away through the rivalry among existing competitors, of course, but it can also be bargained away through the power of suppliers or the power of customers or be constrained by the threat of new entrants or the threat of substitutes. All rights reserved.