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Definition Cost Leadership. Description.


Cost Leadership is one of the three viable basic types of Competitive Advantage according to Michael Porter.


Achieving a low cost strategy means that a firm sets out to become the low cost producer in its industry. If more than one company choose this strategy in an industry, this is usually disastrous. Cost Leadership is often achieved by Economies of Scale.


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  Cost Leadership Through Advanced Production Techniques
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Understanding Costs In-depth

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Usage (application): Cost Drivers, Cost Behavior, Direct Costs, Indirect Costs, Controllable Costs, Uncontrollable Costs
 

Porter: Misconceptions about Strategy and Competitive Advantage

Prof. M. Porter mentions some big mistakes when pe...
Usage (application): Understanding Strategy and (Sustainable) Competitive Advantage
 
 

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