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Towards a dynamic theory of strategy

Michael E. Porter

Towards a dynamic theory of strategy

by Michael E. Porter

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Published by [S.N.] in [S.L.] .
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Taken from: Strategicmanagement journal, pages 95-117, Vol 12, 1991.

StatementMichael E. Porter.
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A number of cross sectional theories about the determinants of firms’ success have been developed over the years but not one that deals with thisissue in a longitudinal way.

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This paper reviews the progress of the strategy field towards developing a truly dynamic theory of strategy. It separates the theory of strategy into the causes of superior performance at a given period in time (termed the cross-sectional problem) and the dynamic process by which competitive positions are created (termed the longitudinal problem).

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