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Porter five forces analysis

Why to deal with this? Porter's five forces analysis is a framework for industry analysis and business strategy development formed by Michael E. Porter of Harvard Business School in 1979. It can be used to assess the attractiveness and market potential of a branch by evaluating the five important forces that determine competitive power in a business situation.
Porter's Five Forces Source: mmu-strategic-management.blogspot.com
When is it suitable/applicable? Strategy consultants occasionally use Porter's five forces framework when making a qualitative evaluation of a firm's strategic position. By thinking about how each force affects a firm, and by identifying the strength and direction of each force, the company can assess their own position and ability to make a sustained profit in the industry.
When is it NOT suitable/applicable? A comprehensive description and analysis of all five forces gets difficult in complex industries with multiple interrelations, product groups
What costs are related to it (financial, time effort etc.)? The effort depends on the purpose of the analysis and the ways in which the results will be used.

What’s the relevant HTE output? The information gathered on this website (Food Tech Innovation Portal) can help you to get an overview over existing and emerging technologies and players in your market.
Whom can I talk to from the HTE team? ZENIT, Agropolis International, TEIN, Qualiméditerranée, TRITECC

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Where to get advice, consultancy? Support:
  • Public and private management and strategy consultants
Related innovation sheets SWOT Analysis, Benchmarking

Title Porter five forces analysis
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Created by Hte zenit on 25 June 2012, at 15:03