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Chapter 2 - The externaland internal environments. After completing this unit, you should be able to: Describe how environmental forces influence organizations and how organizations can influence their environments, distinguish between the macroenvironment and the competitive environment, explain why managers and organizations should attend to economic and social developments,...
Lecture "Management: Business environment" cung cấp cho người đọc các kiến thức: External environment (types of external environment, analysing the environment, managing the environment), internal environment (nature of organisational culture, manifestations of culture, promoting innovation, changing organisational culture).
After studying this chapter, you should have a good understanding of: The benefits and limitations of SWOT analysis in conducting an internal analysis of the firm, the primary and support activities of a firm's value chain, how value-chain analysis can help managers create value by investigating relationships among activities within the firm and between the firm and its customers and suppliers.
This lecture introduces you to international management. The topics discussed in this chapter are: Nature of international management, assessing the international environment, gauging strategic issues, organising international business, adapting to cultural differences, social responsibility & ethical issues.
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Chapter 2 - The external and internal environment. In this chapter, the learning objectives are: Identify the major components of an organization’s task environment, explain how each component in the task environment impacts the organization, identify the major components of an organization’s general environment, explain how each component in the general environment impacts the organization,...
Domestic markets for many products and services are stagnant. Many companies rely on foreign markets to survive, particularly those with small domestic markets. International markets offer growth opportunities for many companies. Competition has become global and marketers must be able to compete globally
Identify the components of the internal environment and discuss their impact on organisations.
•Discuss the primary charateristics and determinants of an organisation’s culture and how the culture can be managed.
•Identify the main dimensions, cause and impacts of workforce diversity and discuss the strategies and approaches to diversity management.
•Describe managerial ethics and CSR and discuss how they can be managed in organisations.
External environment: Everything outside an organisation that might affect it.
–General environment: Broad dimensions/forces in an organisation’s surroundings, creating its overall context.
–Task environment: Specific organisations or groups that affect the organisation.
•Internal environment: The conditions and forces within an organisation.Political-legal dimension
•Impacts are vague, imprecise and long term.
•Cannot be influenced by organisations....
Chapter 2: The externaland internal environments. Chapter 2 describes the external environment in which managers and their organizations operate - the context that both constrains and provides opportunities for managers. It also discusses what can be described as the organization’s internal environment: its culture.
Learning objectives of this chapter include: Explain why many firms invest in foreign operations; explain why foreign investment is different from domestic investment; describe how capital budgeting, in an international environment, is similar to or dissimilar from that in a domestic environment; understand the types of exchange-rate exposure and how to manage exchange-rate risk exposure;...
Chapter 3 - The internal environment: Resources, capabilities and core competencies. The learning objectives for this chapter include: Explain the need for firms to study and understand their internal environment, define value and discuss its importance, describe the differences between tangible and intangible resources,...
The Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) is "an English language test designed specifically to measure the everyday English skills of people working in an international environment."The TOEIC Speaking & Writing Test was introduced in 2006. Test takers receive separate scores for each of the two tests, or can take the Speaking test without taking the Writing test. The Speaking test assesses pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar, and fluency, while the Writing test examines vocabulary, grammar, and overall coherence and organization.
BEING CONSCIOUS of the need to preserve the human environment in general and the marine
environment in particular,
RECOGNIZING that deliberate, negligent or accidental release of oil and other harmful substances
from ships constitutes a serious source of pollution,
RECOGNIZING ALSO the importance of the International Convention for the Prevention of
Pollution of the Sea by Oil, 1954, as being the first multilateral instrument to be concluded with the
prime objective of protecting the environment, and appreciating the significant contribution which
that Convention has made in preserving the ...
This document contains practical suggestions for teaching strategies that will assist the University’s
international students. Some of the suggestions may seem self-evident as they represent widely
accepted principles of effective teaching in higher education. Nonetheless they are worth reiterating.
The University of Melbourne endeavours to create environments which foster academic excellence
and which encourage all students to engage with their learning communities.
A concise account of international law by an experienced practitioner, this book explains how states
and international organisations, especially the United Nations, make and use international law. The
nature of international law and its fundamental concepts and principles are described. The difference
and relationship between various areas of international law which are often misunderstood (such as
diplomatic and state immunity, and human rights and international humanitarian law) are clearly
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The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) in 1992 issued
Internal Control – Integrated Framework to help businesses and other entities assess and enhance
their internal control systems. Since that time the Framework has been recognized by executives,
board members, regulators, standard setters, professional organizations and others as an appropriate
comprehensive Framework for internal control.
Also, changes have taken place in the financial reporting and related legal and regulatory
Explain the internal context of strategy. Identify a firm’s resources and capabilities and explain
their role in its performance. Define dynamic capabilities and explain their role in both
strategic change and a firm’s performance. Explain how value‑chain activities are related to firm
performance and competitive advantage. Explain the role of managers with respect to resources,
capabilities, and value‑chain activities.