Exam1 - FC2 - industry analysis and for the...

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Hall’s Competitivenes s Model Differentiation
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Consider important factors to set companies apart, although they are not all equally important; assign weights, which are applicable across the entire industry. Each axis is independent and relative; relates back to “what business are we really in?” including where we do best and how we should frame ourselves.
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Strengths; Weaknesses; Opportunities; Threats Public Mission Statements
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Help make decisions about what’s most important, how I should spend my time, and what’s rewarded; 25 words or less. ____ and ____ are internal and unique to the company, while ____ and ____ are external forces or trends
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Porter’s Five Forces; PESTLE Forces External Analysis
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Outside you business’s walls, what keeps you awake at night and gets you out of bed in the morning? Tools for external analysis include ____ for
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Unformatted text preview: industry analysis and ____ for the macro-environment beyond the industry. Legal; Political 1. Political 2. Economic 3. Socio-cultural 4. Technologic al 5. Legal 6. Environment al PESTLE forces: ____ forces include legislative acts and regulations while ____ forces are bigger and broader Industry Analysis PESTLE Forces May be domestic and/or global and demographic issues may touch several; forces you to look at issues you normally wouldn’t. At the end of it, we’re interested in industry attractiveness, which involves and industry look at opportunities and threats. Threat of New Entrants 1. Current competitors 2. Potential entrants 3. Buyers 4. Suppliers 5. Substitute products Porter’s five forces that influence the competitive structure of an industry: A primary driver of this threat is barriers to entry....
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course MAN 4720 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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