INDUSTRY STRUCTURE worksheet Strat 470

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE worksheet Strat 470 - WORKSHEET ON...

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WORKSHEET ON INDUSTRY STRUCTURE Note to the students: This worksheet was developed to apply Porter’s Five Forces analysis to an industry. For each of the factors listed below, place an “X” in the appropriate column (Yes, No or Moderate). Once you have completed the analysis of the five forces, compute the number of factors for each category, and write down the number for the overall analysis. Threat of entrants Yes (+) No (–) 1) Do large firms have a cost or performance advantage in your segment of the industry? 2) Are there any proprietary product differences in your industry? 3) Are there any established brand identities in your industry? 4) Do your customers incur any significant cost in switching suppliers? 5) Is a lot of capital needed to enter your industry? 6) Is serviceable used equipment expensive? 7) Does the newcomer to your industry face difficulty in accessing distribution channels? 8) Does experience help you to continuously lower costs?
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course STRATEGY 390 taught by Professor Posen during the Winter '07 term at University of Michigan.

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INDUSTRY STRUCTURE worksheet Strat 470 - WORKSHEET ON...

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