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Competitive strategy (Porter)

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Seminal articles
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== '''Theory of competitive strategy''' ==
== Seminal articles ==
Porter, Michael E. 1979. How competitive forces shape strategy. Harvard business review, 57(2): 137-145.
Porter, M. E. (1980). Competitive strategy: Techniques for analyzing industries and competitors. NY, USA: The Free Press.
== Originating area ==
Economics, Strategic management
Industry, Firm
== IS articles that use the theory ==
Bharati, P. and Chaudhury, A. (2012), “Technology Assimilation Across the Value Chain: An Empirical Study of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises,” Information Resources Management Journal, 25(1), pp. 38-60, January-March.
Bharati, P. and Chaudhury, A. (2009), “SMEs and Competitiveness: The Role of Information Systems”, International Journal of E-Business Research, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. i-ix.
Chen, Ye-sho, Chong, P. P., & Chen, Jason C. 2000. Small business management: An it-based approach. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 41(2): 40.
Kim, K. K., & Michelman, Jeffrey E. 1990. [ An examination of factors for the strategic use of information systems in the health care industry. ] MIS Quarterly, 14(2): 201.
McFarlan, & Warren, F. 1984. Information technology changes the way you compete. Harvard business review, 62(3): 98.
Porter, Michael E., & Millar, Victor E. 1985. How information gives you competitive advantage. Harvard business review, 63(4): 149.
Rackoff, Nick, Wiseman, Charles, & Ullrich, Walter A. 1985. Information systems for competitive advantage: Implementation of a planning process. MIS Quarterly, 9(4): 285.
== Links from this theory to other theories ==

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