Ansoff matrix strategy b school


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Ansoff matrix strategy b school

  1. 1. Group Members:• Munavvir• Hafil
  2. 2. Ansoff matrix The Ansoff Growth matrix is a tool that helps businesses decide their product and market growth strategy. Ansoff’s product/market growth matrix suggests that a business’ attempts to grow depend on whether it markets new or existing products in new or existing markets. The output from the Ansoff product/market matrix is a series of suggested growth strategies that set the direction for the business strategy.
  3. 3. Ansoff matrix Products Existing New A B Protect/build Product development •Consolidation •With existing capabilities Existing •Market penetration •With new capabilities •Beyond current expectationsMarkets C D Market development Diversification •New segments •With existing capabilities New •New territories •With new capabilities •New uses •Beyond current expectations •Within new capabilities •Beyond current expectation
  4. 4. Consolidation Consolidation is where organisations protect and strengthen there position in there current markets with current products. Consolidation does not mean standing still it may be require considerable reshaping and innovation to improve the value of an organisation’s product or services •Consolidation may require reshaping by downsizing or withdrawal from some activities. •Consolidation may also be concerned with the maintenance of market share in existing activities
  5. 5. Market penetration Market penetration is the name given to a growth strategy where the business focuses on selling existing products into existing markets. Market penetration is where an organisation gains market shareMarket penetration seeks to achieve four main objectives: • Maintain or increase the market share of current products – this can be achieved by a combination of competitive pricing strategies, advertising, sales promotion and perhaps more resources dedicated to personal selling • Restructure a mature market by driving out competitors; this would require a much more aggressive promotional campaign, supported by a pricing strategy designed to make the market unattractive for competitors
  6. 6. • Increase usage by existing customers – for example by introducing loyaltyschemes•marketers utilize market penetration strategies such as cuttingprices, increasing advertising, obtaining better store or shelf positions for theirproducts, or innovative distribution tactics.• Market penetration occurs when a company enters/penetrates a market withcurrent products.•Market growth rate•Resource issue•Complacency of market leaders can allow lower share competitors
  7. 7. Market developmentMarket development is the name given to a growth strategy where thebusiness seeks to sell its existing products into new markets.There are many possible ways of approaching this strategy, including:• New geographical markets; for example exporting the product to a newcountry• New product dimensions or packaging: for example• New distribution channels• Different pricing policies to attract different customers or create newmarket segments
  8. 8. Product development Product development is the name given to a growth strategy where abusiness aims to introduce new products into existing markets. This strategymay require the development of new competencies and requires the businessto develop modified products which can appeal to existing markets.
  9. 9. Diversification Diversification is the name given to the growth strategy where a businessmarkets new products in new markets.This is an inherently more risk strategy because the business is moving intomarkets in which it has little or no experience.For a business to adopt a diversification strategy, therefore, it must have aclear idea about what it expects to gain from the strategy and an honestassessment of the risks
  10. 10. There are two type of diversification • Related diversification •Unrelated diversification