AAEE 2012 CONFERENCE
Analysis of Competitiveness of Batangas Condition University
College or university of Engineering Using Porter's Five Competitive
Tirso A. Ronquillo, Ph. D.
Batangas State School, Philippines
There are a number of models and frameworks used in the analyses of competitiveness of engineering universities in the context of internationalization and globalization. Though much could be derived from this sort of analyses, it truly is argued that universities that may be harnessed to provide competitive benefit can be greatest analyzed when ever regarded as a market. In this examine, the competition of Batangas State School College of Engineering was determined depending on Porter's Five Competitive Pushes Model and was defined by the following: the threat of new entrants, rivalry between existing companies within an industry, the threat of substitute products or services, the bargaining power of suppliers, as well as the bargaining power of buyers. The intensity of threats of recent entering colleges, short-term alternatives, and competition among existing universities were determined in the strength of Batangas State University College or university of Architectural as supplier, and as viewed by the companies and alumni as purchasers.
This paper evaluated the competition of Batangas State University or college College of Engineering employing Porter's Five Competitive Pushes Model. It assessed the competitive advantage of the College as recognized by alumni and other stakeholders vis-Г -vis various other engineering establishments, which pointed out the use of this style in deciding the competition of the College.
DESIGN as well as METHOD
To be able to analyze the competitive advantage of Batangas State University College of Anatomist over the additional existing executive schools in Batangas, it is graduates from twelve executive programs over the last five years were selected. This identified the graduates' assessment of college competence in various aspects, performance of their curriculum, plus the capability of the university in providing top quality services towards the students. On the other hand, the workers from diverse companies in the area were included in the population of the study to ascertain their examination of the competition of the participants of Batangas State University or college College of Engineering. The respondents of the study had been 386 alumni out of two, 197 teachers from 14 engineering applications of Batangas State University from the university year (SY) 2005-2006 to SY 2009-2010. On the other hand, an overall total of 52 respondents by major industrial sectors in the CALABARZON region had been the second selection of respondents of the study.
Results revealed that the perceptions of the alumni and sector partners on the College's competitiveness as regards buyer power, dealer power, threats of new entry and rivalry among existing competitors were relatively high. On the other hand, that they had an average belief on the competition of the College's programs considering threats of substitutes.
Porter's Five Competitive Pushes Model continues to be found relevant in the research of competitiveness of Batangas State College or university College of Engineering similar to that in operation entities to acquire distinct features and features which are presented to their consumers if they are to get a strong marketplace and competitive position.
The results underscore the competition of the University in terms of faculty, curriculum and also other attributes which make it a School of choice by simply students intended for an anatomist education. In spite of these, it really is challenged by simply aggressive competition by various other institutions and by alternative substitute modes of learning comparable to an anatomist degree.
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