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A TED Ed Lessons: Michael Porter: Why business can be good at solving social problems

Michael Porter: Why business can be good at solving social problems

LESSON CREATED BY JOSE G. LEPERVANCHE USING

 

VIDEO FROM TED YOUTUBE CHANNEL

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Strategic Management

WHAT IS YOUR COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE?

As an individual, what is your competitive advantage?  It was the Harvard Business School professor, Michael Porter that introduced the idea of competitive advantage. 932 more words

Investment Recovery: the Missing Link in the Supply Chain

Investment Recovery (IR), also called Surplus Asset Management, is defined as the practice of recovering the highest value of assets considered as surplus or no longer supporting the company’s operations. 458 more words

Michael Porter’s strategy for begging

Traffic signal and Mumbai rain can be very unpredictable. Both can bring life to screeching halt in few seconds. My friend Shashikant Sawant realized this when he had to apply sudden brake of his new car Maruti Suzuki Ritz at Vashi Naka when the signal turned red. 1,062 more words

Satire

The slow decay of American economic competitiveness

While the American economy is adding jobs at a faster pace than at any point since the end of the financial crisis and is growing faster than many of its developed peers, it’s still not close to full strength. 1,384 more words

Management

Michael E Porter's Five Forces

Understand the five forces to better position your company that is more profitable and less vulnerable to attack.

The industry structure defined by the five forces determines the profitability of an industry regardless of the fact that it may be producing a product or service, is emerging or mature, is regulated or unregulated, is high-tech or manual. 1,808 more words

Strategy