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Analysis of Marks and Spencer
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16 pages. This analysis of Marks and Spencer includes the internal and external factors necessary to keep an organization such as this a successful one. Some of the internal and external models used in this analysis include the SWOT analysis, PEST analysis, Porter's five forces model, Porter's national diamond model as well as strategic group analyses. This well-researched paper gives excellent explanations of all of these models that can be applied to any organization. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Analysis Of Nokia Corporation
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A 16 page paper. The writer begins with a very brief introduction to Nokia Corporation. The first section of the paper reports and discusses the historical growth of the company and relates the stages of growth to two specific sets of years – 1992 to 1997 and 1998 to 2001. There were significant changes in Nokia's performance between 1997 and 1998. The second section discusses the challenges Nokia has and is facing and how they have responded to those challenges. The last section discusses the business strategies of each Motorola and Nokia over the last several years. Market share data are included. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
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Analysis of Process Within an Organization
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10 pages in length. This professional analysis describes an organization, Ford Motor Company, in which process is part of the management structure. Topics include how process fits and contributes to the firm, the current process of a flow chart, problem identification and improvement opportunities within an organization, as well as implementation steps and action plans. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Analysis of the Microsoft Corporation in Relation to Morgan’s Organizational Metaphors
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This is an 8 page paper discussing the Microsoft Corporation in relation to four of Morgan’s organizational metaphors. The multi-billion dollar Microsoft Corporation reflects many of the organizational metaphors as outlined by Gareth Morgan in his 1986 text “Images of Organization”. Four of Morgan’s metaphors (organization as culture, machine, organism and brain) are used in relation to the Microsoft Corporation. The Microsoft Corporation has developed in its mission and action elements which include a powerful value statement for its employees in which they share similar commitment, values, and characteristics considered important to the corporation (culture). At the same time, Microsoft exhibits elements of a goal-oriented machine in which its dedication to innovation and excellence is balanced with its need for control. From a biological organism perspective, Microsoft is able to adapt to change within the market including the anti-trust decision against Microsoft in which they had to allow manufacturers to include competitor software with Windows. Lastly, Microsoft well exemplifies the metaphor of the brain in which it has throughout its history and continues to today, respond and predict future trends in the market and intends to continue being the major innovator in regards to future demands. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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