Written Assignment Unite 7.pdf - Running head CASE STUDY COMPSIS PORTER’S DIAMOND MODEL Case Study – Compsis Porter’s Diamond Model Unite – 7

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Running head: CASE STUDY - COMPSIS PORTER’S DIAMOND MODEL 1 Case Study – Compsis Porter’s Diamond Model Unite – 7 University of the People Class: BUS 5117 Submitted to: Graciela Chanfrau Submitted by: Anonymous (UoPeople policy)
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CASE STUDY - COMPSIS PORTER’S DIAMOND MODEL 2 Introduction The paper aims to carefully discuss the organization, Compsis and objectively analyzes its business structure in this regard. The company founded in the year 1989, aimed to sufficiently develop and seamlessly integrate the embedded system of modern aircraft for the Brazilian Air Force. However, considerable efforts led to fruitless results and the company shifted the focus towards modern development of more recent technologies by the practical application of its valuable resources. Before long, Compsis acquired its launching partner, General Motors Brazil. The firm started promptly devoting time to primarily working on integrated systems for the automotive product parts. Henceforth, the paper shall discuss the business of Compsis with Porter’s diamond model. The case study The study shall be objectively analyzed on the reasonable basis of Michael Porter’s Diamond Model. This model is soundly based on the fundamental idea of competitive advantage and the comprehensive framework of the value chain. It equally seizes from Porter’s initial work of the Five Forces Model (Riasi, 2015). The four key pillars universally recognized by the Diamond Model are (1) Factor condition, (2) Demand condition, (3) related and supporting industries and (4) Strategy, structure and rivalry. Factor conditions: naturally depend on the endowment in the business. These key provisions or valuable resources can be natural or home-grown, highly specialized ones (Bakan & Doğan, 2012). Through this, Porter plausibly argued that the resources or endowments used for sufficiently establishing such a business cannot be inherited but genuinely needs to be carefully created. The Company did not receive
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CASE STUDY - COMPSIS PORTER’S DIAMOND MODEL 3 enough backing from the Brazilian Government. However, the deep ties of the company with the "University do Vale do Paraiba" (UNIVAP) and Institute of Technological
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