Competitive Advantage Revisited: Michael Porter on Strategy and Competitiveness

@article{Stonehouse2007CompetitiveAR,
  title={Competitive Advantage Revisited: Michael Porter on Strategy and Competitiveness},
  author={George Stonehouse and Brian Snowdon},
  journal={Journal of Management Inquiry},
  year={2007},
  volume={16},
  pages={256 - 273}
}
Strategic management is constantly evolving as both an academic discipline and as a reflection of management practice. This article, based on a recent interview with Michael Porter, assesses his contribution to the development of the discipline in the context of the advances that have taken place since the publication of his seminal work Competitive Strategy in 1980. The authors conclude that Porter has made major lasting contributions to strategy, increasing both its academic rigor and its… 

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