Business strategy

Category: Business strategy

Growth–share matrix
Growth–share matrix, or product portfolio matrix, evaluates the attractiveness of a business and the competitiveness of the company for each business, distinguishes between businesses that generate cash and businesses that require investment, and then clarifies the positioning of the company. It is intended to be ...
Economies of scale
Economies of scale means that if production scale is expanded, the average production cost per unit of product will decrease as the production volume increases. Therefore, it is widely used in industries that require large-scale production equipment in one business. By pursuing one business more ...
Economies of scope
Economies of scope is an economic phenomenon in which the cost per unit of a product or service decreases as the types of products and businesses handled increase. In other words, the cost per unit is lower if one company conducts multiple businesses and shares ...
Economies of density
The economy of density is the economic effect that opening stores intensively in a specific area reduces costs such as transportation costs and advertising costs . In order to obtain the economic effect of density, the minimum requirement is whether or not it is possible ...
Economies of speed
Economies of speed is the economic effect that can bring economic benefits by speeding up the business and its management. Specifically, it will increase the speed of product development, production, and sales, speed up information acquisition, work speed, product development speed, and product turnover speed, ...
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