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Final Review - SWOT ANALYSIS Porter's Diagram Strategic...

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SWOT ANALYSIS Porter’s Diagram
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Strategic Control Executive Compensation W Stock options provide the executive with the right to purchase company stock at a fixed price in the future t Restricted stock is designed to provide benefits of direct executive stock ownership t Golden handcuffs occur where the stock compensation is deferred until vesting time provisions are met or a bonus is deferred t Golden parachutes are a form of bonus compensation that is designed to retain talented executives t Cash bonuses based on accounting measures 3 GENERIC STRATEGIES:
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A long-term or grand strategy must be based on a core idea about how the firm can best compete in the marketplace. The popular term for this core idea is generic strategy . t 3 Generic Strategies: 1. Striving for overall low-cost leadership in the industry. 2. Striving to create and market unique products for varied customer groups through differentiation . Striving to have special appeal to one or more groups of consumers or industrial buyers, focusing on their cost or differentiation GRAND STRATEGIES Horizontal integration When a firm’s long-term strategy is based on growth
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