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The Five Hidden Forces That Help Determine a Worker’s Value

How Michael E. Porter’s seminal model can help us plan for the future of work

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MMichael E. Porter’s Five Forces has been an influential framework to model business strategy since its original publication in 1979. Porter, an influential economist and Harvard Business School professor, developed the Five Forces as a…

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