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BCG matrix

A strategy tool that guides resource allocation decisions on the basis of market share and growth rate of SBUs. The BCG matrix-was developed by Boston Consulting Group and introduced the idea that an organization’s various businesses could be evaluated using a 22 matrix to identify which ones offered high potential and which were draining organizational resources.

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