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Using Porter’s Five Forces Model, personal Critical Success...

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Using Porter’s Five Forces Model, personal Critical Success Factors (CSFs) and/ personal Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), explain how you will overcome threats from each of the five forces while achieving your professional goal(s) after graduation fro


 
Using Porter’s Five Forces Model, personal Critical Success Factors (CSFs) and/ personal Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), explain how you will overcome threats from each of the five forces while achieving your professional goal(s) after graduation from the MS-IST Program.  The paper’s first paragraph must identify and define, at least one, of your post-graduation professional goals.
The paper must following the formatting guidelines in The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (2010), (6th ed., 7th printing), and contain a title page, five scholarly references, three to five pages of content, and a reference page. In addition, the paper will be submitted through the SafeAssign originality-checking tool.  More APA assistance can be found at the Purdue University Online Writing Lab.
The rubric for this assignment can be viewed when clicking on the above assignment link, which you will use to submit your assignment.

 
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