Executive Learning: Michael Porter On Competitiveness Video

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In this one-hour executive video lecture, Porter asks the question “Why do some region increase their prosperity?”. He argues that it is based on the productivity of that region. If that is a productive place to do business, it automatically becomes prosperous. Valuable output gives high wages, a good return on that capital. Productivity has to do with a great deal of things – infrastructure, jobs, etc. However, it matters little what field you are found in, e.g. shoes, semiconductors, IT, high tech, etc. What really matters is how sophisticated you are in whatever you do.

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