Porter's five forces model is the most popular tool for analyzing the level of competition in an industry. Considering your own industries, which are the primary sources of competitive intensity? Do you deal with powerful buyers or suppliers? Are there ready substitutes for your product, or is it unique? What is the potential for new entrants?
Considering these factors let's discuss the degree of rivalry and the nature of competition in our industries and which factors are most significant?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 17, 2018, 4:11 am ad1c9bdddf
In my industry, the primary sources of competitive intensity are the threat of new entrants into the industry, as well as the bargaining power of the customer base that is served within my industry. In the cleaning franchise industry, there are many ways in which new entrants can enter this industry, with very few methods to prevent them from becoming major players within the industry, and thereby threatening the profitability of established businesses. In many cases individuals will set out to start their own cleaning companies, thereby sidestepping the need to franchise their organization, which gives them much more freedom and leeway to solicit ...
Porter's 5 force model vs a structuralist approach or reconstructionist approach
Need to apply Porter's 5 force model to the case and critique the proposed model used in the case as compared to Porter's strategy.
The case is: How Strategy Shapes Structure
by W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne