F09_class_06_Ch3_comp_adv

F09_class_06_Ch3_comp_adv - Organizational Strategy IS&...

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Unformatted text preview: Organizational Strategy, IS & Competitive Advantage Chapter 3 Gray & Patton MIS 301 - Intro to IT Management Class Business • Who is looking for a MSGP team to join? • Excel 1 due Thurs, 9/10, by 11:59pm • Excel 1 HELP session Thurs, 9/10, 5-7pm in CBA 5.304 (MOD Lab) • Dee must explain how blog will provide company with competitive advantage – Help Stefan (her boss) justify expense to his manager • Chapter 3: Organizational strategy, IS and Competitive Advantage • Excel 1 Exercise 2 Demo at end of class Competitive Advantage There’s an old African proverb… Every morning a gazelle wakes up and knows it will have to run faster than the fastest lion Every morning a lion wakes up and knows it will have to run faster than the slowest gazelle But lion or gazelle, one thing is sure: when the day begins, you’d better start running Ch. 3 - Organizational Strategy, IS & Competitive Advantage Figure 3-1 5 Models for Analyzing Business 5 Forces & Industry Structure • Michael E. Porter’s 5 competitive forces 1. Bargaining power of customers 2. Threat of substitution 3. Bargaining power of suppliers 4. Threat of new entrants 5. Rivalry among existing firms Books by Porter Porter’s 5 Forces Porter’s Model of Industry Structure Figure 3-2 5 competitive forces determine profitability in an industry Examples of Porter’s 5 Forces Figure 3-3 What Is Competitive Strategy?What Is Competitive Strategy?...
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