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1 porters five forces

  1. 1. Porter’s five forces Supplier powerBarriers to entry Rivalry Threat of substitutes Buyer power
  2. 2. Porter’s five forces  Rivalry Strive for a competitive advantage Market share Change prices Improve product differentiation Creativity using channels of distribution Exploiting relationships with suppliers
  3. 3. Porter’s five forces The intensity of rivalry is influenced by the following characteristics:  Slow market growth  A large number of firms  High fixed costs  High storage costs or highly perishable products  Low switching costs  Low levels of product differentiation  Strategic stakes are high
  4. 4. Porter’s five forces forces Continued  High exit barriers  A diversity of rivals  Industry shakeout
  5. 5. Porter’s five forces The threat of substitutes Price elasticity is affected by substitute products discuss
  6. 6. Porter’s five forces Buyer power What is a monopaony? The buyer sets the price? What sets buyer power?
  7. 7. Porter’s five forces Supplier power What determines supplier power? discuss
  8. 8. Porter’s five forces Barriers to entry Do governments create barriers?
  9. 9. Porter’s five forces Patents What happens here? discuss
  10. 10. Porter’s five forces Organizational (internal) economies of scale What is the relationship between “Minimum efficient scale” (MES) and market share?
  11. 11. Porter’s five forces Reference Competitive strategy by Michael Porter

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