From the contents:
Part I Competitive Strategy: Core Concepts 1. The Five Competitive Forces That Shape Strategy (January 2008 HBR Version) 2. What Is Strategy? 3. How Information Gives You Competitive Advantage 4. Strategy and the Internet (NEW TO THIS EDITION, 2001 HBR article) 5. From Competitive Advantage to Corporate Strategy
Part II The Competitiveness of Locations 6. The Competitive Advantage of Nations 7. Clusters and Competition: New Agendas for Companies, Governments, and Institutions 8. Competing Across Locations: Enhancing Competitive Advantage through a Global Strategy
Part III Competitive Solutions to Societal Problems 9. Green and Competitive: Ending the Stalemate 10. The Competitive Advantage of the Inner City 11. Redefining Competition in Health Care (NEW TO THIS EDITION, 2004 HBR article)
Part IV Strategy, Philanthropy, and Corporate Social Responsibility/b 12. Philanthropy s New Agenda: Creating Value (1999 HBR article) 13. The Competitive Advantage of Corporate Philanthropy (2002 HBR article) 14. Strategy and Society: The Link Between Competitive Advantage and Corporate Social Responsibility
Part V Leadership 15. Seven Surprises for New CEOs (2004 HBR article)
Über den Autor
Michael E. Porter is the Bishop William Lawrence University Professor at Harvard Business School. He is the author of seventeen books and numerous articles.
Presented as a collective whole, here are a dozen articles that address the important issues of modern competition, from its relationship with environmental regulation to the counterintuitive role of geography in the global economy.