This post presents a critical analysis of Porter’s Value Chain Analysis (VCA) framework by considering both its benefits and its limitations. It first defines the concept of value chain, discusses the primary and support activities, illustrates how to achieve competitive advantage using value chain, analyzes differentiation and cost using value chain, and finally analyzes all the weaknesses and limitations of the framework. For a critical analysis of Porter’s Five Forces model in IT industry, kindly check out my article Critical Analysis of Porter’s Five Forces Model – Information Technology (IT) Industry.
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May 4th, 2013 1 comment
Categories: Strategic Management
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