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Michael Porter's 5 Competitive Forces To Analyze The Competitive Environment

1. Rivalry Among Competing Firms

This is ” the scrambling and jockeying for position”, as Porter refers to it. This is a key component of competition analysis as it is essentially the reason for further and deeper analysis of the competitive market. 862 more words


Michael Porter: Competitive Strategy

Of all the strategic thinkers we have covered (like Igor Ansoff, Kenichi Ohmae, and Porter’s student, Kathryyn Rudi Harrigan), Michael Porter deserves a special place. 957 more words

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Les Schwab Invitational: Michael Porter Jr. does it all to lead Nathan Hale over No. 2 Sierra Canyon

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Michael Porter Jr. showed his complete game, filling the box score and making a key defensive play, as No. 13 Nathan Hale (Seattle) downed No. 240 more words

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Les Schwab Invitational: Michael Porter Jr. with 37 points, 22 rebounds and some crazy dunks

Michael Porter Jr., ESPN’s No. 2 player in the Class of 2017, scored 37 points and had 22 rebounds to lead No. 13 Nathan Hale (Seattle) to a 95-64 victory against Central Catholic (Portland) in the first round of the Les Schwab Invitational. 61 more words


Michael Porter #1

Michael Porter is professor at Harvard Business School. He is well-known for creating the five force’s framework. This helps frame the structure that an industry is operating within. 2,503 more words

¿Qué necesito hacer para que mi negocio sea socialmente responable?

El domingo pasado di una pequeña ponencia sobre responsabilidad social y empresas sociales como la nueva forma de hacer negocios, y cómo esto se aplica en moda sustentable. 1,151 more words


VIDEO: Michael Porter Jr. threw down a ridiculous self-alley oop dunk

Michael Porter Jr.’s senior season has yet to officially start, but that doesn’t mean he’s been kept out of the highlights. That’s what preseason jamborees are for. 91 more words