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Chapter 6

The Competitive Environment of Business - Chapter 6

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Department
Administrative Studies
Course
ADMS 1000
Professor
Peter Modir
Semester
Fall

Description
Industry Lifecycle ModelGiven a long enough period of observation almost all industries exhibit an inverted Ushaped growth pattern with the number of organizations rising initially up to a peak and then declining as the industry ages The Introduction PhaseNew industries emerge following innovationsoTechnological eg biotechnologyoRegulatory eg satellite radioCharacterized by uncertainty and risk eg satellite communicationsEarly entrants are small entrepreneurial firms using technological innovation Competitors search for the industrys dominant design and standardNew industries seek legitimacy through collective action and institutional entrepreneurshipDespite increased competition entry of large incumbent firms into new markets legitimizes the new industryCharacteristics of the emergence phaseoLow intraindustry rivalry
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