top-rated free essay

Competitive Profile

By joyiacheeta Apr 03, 2011 417 Words
Competitive Profile Matrix

we have identified some of the success factors which will lead us towards the competitive edge for our solid waste management business.

we have actually developed and sorted different success factors for different products regarding solid waste management Business which we will produce.

Different Products related to solid waste management are:-

• value added recycled waste products e.g Animal food, Organic fertilizers & Inorganic waste

• Organic Mushrooms

So as we know that these are products which are different but they can be directly related to solid waste management hence are having different key success factors.

Following are the success factors for these different products:

Value added recycled waste Business

➢ Location
➢ OPEX’s
➢ Capacity
➢ Employees Efficiency
➢ Technology
➢ Price
➢ use of Bi-products
➢ Community Awareness

Mushroom Business

➢ Quality Certification

➢ Cost

➢ Price

➢ Marketing

COMPETITORS

Fertilizer Business :

Lahore Compost Pvt Ltd

Collection Operations :

1-LWMC (Lahore Waste Management Company)

2-CDGL lahore

[pic]

Mushroom Business:

Private Conventional Grower’s e.g

MUNDAIR MUSHROOM FARMS (PRIVATE) LIMITED 731, G-9/3

WEIGHT ALLOCATION TO SUCCESS FACTORS

Value added recycled waste Business:

➢ Location = 0.20
➢ OPEX’s = 0.20 ➢ Capacity = 0.15
➢ Labor Efficiency = 0.5
➢ Technology =0.10
➢ Price =0.15 ➢ use of Bi-products =0.10
➢ Community Awareness = 0.5

Mushroom Business :

➢ Quality Certification = 0.15

➢ Cost = 0.35

➢ Price =0.35

➢ Marketing =0.15

Competitive Profile Table

Recycling Business

|Key Success Factors |weight |score |Weighted score |score |Weighted score |score |Weighted score | |Location |0.20 |4 |0.8 |2 |0.4 |1 |0.20 | |OPEX’S |0.20 |2 |0.4 |4 |0.8 |4 |0.8 | |Capacity |0.15 |3 |0.45 |1 |0.13 |4 |0.6 | |Labor Efficiency |0.05 |4 |0.2 |2 |0.1 |1 |0.05 | |Technology |0.10 |3 |0.3 |2 |0.2 |2 |0.2 | |Price |0.15 |4 |0.6 |1 |0.15 |4 |0.6 | |Use Of Bi-Products |0.10 |4 |0.4 |1 |0.10 |1 |0.1 | |Community Awareness |0.05 |3 |0.15 |1 |0.05 |1 |0.05 | |TOTAL |100% | |3.3 | |1.35 | |2.6 |

OUR COMPANY Lahore Compost CDGL&LWMC

Mushroom Business:

Our Company Conventional Growers

|Key Success Factors |weight |score |Weighted score |score |Weighted score | |Quality Certification |0.15 |4 |0.6 |1 |0.15 | |Cost |0.35 |2 |0.7 |4 |1.4 | |Price |0.35 |4 |1.4 |2 |0.7 | |Marketing |0.15 |3 |0.45 |1 |0.15 | |TOTAL |100% | |3.15 | |2.4 |

Cite This Document

Related Documents

  • Competitive Intelligence

    ...stay ahead of their competitors is though utilizing "Competitive Intelligence". Describe what is Competitive Intelligence, it's process, goals and some major benefits of using it in helping business to stay competitive in the markets. The competition in this new era of business environment is getting more and m...

    Read More
  • Competitive Intellingence Syllabus

    ...A.Y. 2012-2013 Università della Svizzera Italiana Competitive Intelligence (3 Credits) Gianluca Colombo, Carmine Garzia Competitive intelligence is the continuous monitoring of rival’s business models and performances and the analysis of competitive dynamics evolution in a certain industry. Information collected th...

    Read More
  • How Training and Development Helps in Competitive Advantage

    ...TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT ASSIGNMENT ON HOW CAN TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT HELP IN ACHIEVING COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE FOR AN ORGANIZATION SUBMITTED TO: SUBMITTED BY: Prof. Anurag Shankar Shrishti Economic liberalization and policies of globalization have created a...

    Read More
  • Case Study: United Technologies Gathers Competitive Intelligence

    ...1000 words) Due date: Week 5 (Friday, 5 November 2010) Required: Read a case study United Technologies Gathers Competitive Intelligence on the next page and answer the following questions: Questions: 1. Who are the primary sources of competitive intelligence for United Technologies (UTC)? Why? What kinds of information can they p...

    Read More
  • competitive analysis

    ...Marketing Letters 5:3, (1994): 271-287 © 1994 K|uwer Academic Publishers, Manufactured in the Netherlands. Competitive Analysis ROHIT DESHPANDÉ E. B. Osborn Professor of Marketing, Amos Tuck School, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH 03755, (603) 646-3981 HUBERT GATIGNON Associate Professor of Marketing, Wharton School, University of Pe...

    Read More
  • case profile

    ...Case Profile/Summary J.D Williams is an investment advisory firm that manages more than $120 million in fund for its clients. The firm uses an asset allocation model for investment recommendations of three funds: growth fund, income fund, and money market fund. General guidelines that must be followed in growth fund are between 20% and 40% o...

    Read More
  • Competitive Analysis, Ing Direct.

    ...Competitive Analysis, ING Direct. Competitor analysis is an assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of current and potential competitors. Porter (1980, 1998) argued that most firms do not conduct this type of analysis systematically enough. Instead, many enterprises operate on what he calls “informal impressions, conjectures, and intuiti...

    Read More
  • Competitive Intelligence System

    ...Competitive Intelligence System Outline Prep (Very Rough Draft) Submitted by: George T. Boldizsar June 30, 2002 Ist. Create your Competitive Industry Profile Using Porter’s 5 Competitive Forces Model Using Corporate Strategy & Technology Policy Outline (For key Rivals only) How to Gather Info Survey and gather together...

    Read More

Discover the Best Free Essays on StudyMode

Conquer writer's block once and for all.

High Quality Essays

Our library contains thousands of carefully selected free research papers and essays.

Popular Topics

No matter the topic you're researching, chances are we have it covered.