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Value Chains and Industries
Interestingly, different industries often emphasize different activities in the value chain. For example, retailers traditionally focus on inbound and outbound logistics and procurement, while manufacturing companies might focus on operations and technology development. Many software companies focus on marketing and sales, and typically banks are good at services and firm infrastructure.

Value chains and Industries
Gian Z.
That would be a combination of focus, core competencies and specific vertical markets (within banking you can further segment, uncovering even more br...

Value Chains and Industries
Warren Miller
Porter's value chain is much overrated. Unlike his five-forces framework, for which he recently wrote an update in HBR, he never published anything in...

Value Chains & Industries
Elias, I agree. Organisations tend to focus on those parts of the value chain in which they perceive there is the greatest opportunity to differentiat...

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I think that the work by Stabell and Fjelstad is a valuable supplement to Porter value Chain model. They divide organisations into 3 groups: Value Cha...

Value Chain and Industries
Enzo Zamboni
I agree, Elias.. but depending on the point of view from the organization to Michael Porter´s Value Chain, example: in the Biotech and Nanotech compan...

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Mohamed A. Farah
The success or failure of an organisation depends on how it correlated the primary and seconday activities....


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