[Solved]Krzyzanowska, M., & Tkaczyk, J. (2012). Competitive landscape of the educational market: A managerial perspective. International Journal of Managem

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The content in Module 2 includes the study of frameworks that may be used to assist in industry analysis. The discussion this week centers on frameworks and their usefulness, attributes, and strengths.
The original posts to the discussion are due according to SEU Discussion Board policy, which gives our team ample opportunity to engage in dialogue, probe, and contribute to the threads of the conversations.
This week’s required reading includes an article on the competitive landscape of the educational market:
• Krzyzanowska, M., & Tkaczyk, J. (2012). Competitive landscape of the educational market: A managerial perspective. International Journal of Management Cases, 14(4), 238-251.
After reading the article, develop a convincing argument that Porter’s Five Forces Model would or would not be a useful tool for this industry. Use two or more outside sources to substantiate your claims and be sure to include a properly formatted reference section for these two citations.
Tip: Using the SEU Library search engines, and key words such as industry analysis framework, industry analysis comparison, nonprofit strategy, 4 P’s model, Porter’s Five Forces, and others, will yield plenty of credible resources to use in this discussion.

• Chapter 2 in Foundations of Strategy
• Chapter 2 PowerPoint slides in Foundations of Strategy
• Krzyzanowska, M., & Tkaczyk, J. (2012). Competitive landscape of the educational market: A managerial perspective. International Journal of Management Cases, 14(4), 238-251.
• Porter, M. (2008). The five competitive forces that shape strategy. Retrieved from https://hbr.org/2008/01/the-five-competitive-forces-that-shape-strategy
Recommended
• Chatain, O., & Zemsky, P. (2015). Discovering value in buyer-supplier relationships. Strategic Management Journal, 32(1), 76-102. doi:10.1002/smj.864. Retrieved from

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