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Business Networking: Forces are Getting Connected
Anil Kshatriya, Professor, India, Member
I think, there is an interesting phenomena around us due to business networking. Can't we say that the basic model has now evolved into a more integrated one? I believe the 'forces' are now getting connected. For example, threat of new entrant and threat of a substitute consolidate in the case of "Chinese" product entering competition. Similarly other forces are forming permutations. I would like to hear from all on this... (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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Porters 5 Forces
durgaaprosad, Strategy Consultant, India, Member
My personal view is not to struggle at the same place, rather in today's economy the best is to have a Blue Ocean Strategy. Of course the choice would depend on the SWOT/TOWS matrix.
 

 
Five Forces Theory of Porter - Substitutes
Pradip Kumar, Educator, India, Member
Well, the Chinese (for that matter any country) entering into a market (read country) is not a substitute. A substitute is a product or sometimes product category that might be used as replacement for the product of the industry. For example, polycarbonate is a substitute for glass eyeglasses used in spectacles; nylon bags used in grains transportation are substitute of jute bags.
 

 
Five Forces are Linked
John D. Ramos, Senior Financial/Business Analyst, United States, Member
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Integration of Strategic Forces
GRANZOTTO ARAMIS, CEO, Italy, Member
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Five Forces Connectedness
Zanele, Events Marketer, South Africa, Member
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Porter Model should Evolve for Current Turbulence
Mario A. G. Lopez, Professor, Philippines, Member
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The Rubustness of the Porter Five Forces Model
Mario A. G. Lopez, Professor, Philippines, Member
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@ Everybody
Anil Kshatriya, Professor, India, Member
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More Integration in the Factors of the Model
Anders Nystrom, Management Consultant, Sweden, Member
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Interconnection and Flexbility
GRANZOTTO ARAMIS, CEO, Italy, Member
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@ Sara F
Anil Kshatriya, Professor, India, Member
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Cognitive Maps Needed to Deal with Mutual Responses
Anders Nystrom, Management Consultant, Sweden, Member
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Porter's 5 Forces is a Static Model
Ser Wah Oh, Engineer, Singapore, Member
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