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BSA0051 Strategic Analysis of Tata Group. Tata Group is one of the most renowned and prominent business groups in India. Tata Group is comprised of 96 functioning enterprises which fall under seven different business sectors. Undoubtedly, this group stands as a giant in the business community of India. Tata Group has now expanded its operations in more than 54 countries. This group has spread its network worldwide catering the needs of consumers everywhere. As a result, this group is gaining more popularity in specific countries where they have started their business, some of which include UK, Bangladesh, Vietnam and USA. After their successful operation in India, Tata group is making every effort to penetrate in the international market. It is imperative to analyze their business strategy which is not possible without conducting a thorough SWOT analysis, PESTEL, reviewing their business model and investigating their strategic position. However, it is important to conduct an in-depth analysis in order to get an idea why Tata group is adopting the trend of acquiring the status of internationalization for their business group [3,000 words]
BSA0052 Vodafone Business and Environmental Analysis. Vodafone Group Plc. is amongst one of the world’s largest mobile communications companies by revenue operating in over 30 countries across the globe providing a range of communications services including mobile voice, messaging, data, and fixed broadband. The company has its operations in the United Kingdom, Continental Europe, The United Stated (under the name Verizon), Asia Pacific, Africa and the Middle East through its subsidiaries, investments, joint ventures and associates. Vodafone was awarded mobile license in the UK in 1982. It is also entitled to make the first ever mobile call in UK in 1985. Today, it serves more than 358 million customers across the globe and providing employment to an average of 89,000 people globally. In UK, Vodafone is the 3rd largest mobile operator after O2 and Everything, Everywhere (Orange and T-Mobile Merger). It remains one of the most recognized brands in the market with a focus on organic service growth. In this report, I aim to analyze the business and management of Vodafone UK with the help of a number of models and theories to understand the internal and external environment of the company [4,000 words]
BSA0053 Case Study Analysis: BHP Billiton and Strategic Choices. BHP Petroleum works in numerous nations all over the world and currently working on oil and gas projects in Australia, The Gulf of Mexico, the UK, Algeria, Trinidad and Tobago and Pakistan with the plan to venture into Fawklands, Canada and Malaysia soon. BHP Billiton are one of the world’s largest producers of major commodities, including aluminium, manganese, coal, copper, iron ore, nickel, uranium and have significant interests in gas and oil sectors. Strategic management is the methodology whereby every single organizational functions and resources are incorporated and facilitated to apply planned procedures which are adjusted to the environment, so as to accomplish the long-term goals of the association and consequently can gain an advantage by adding value for all stakeholders. In other words, strategic management is a process whereby the organization put together plans, actions and executes them to achieve the organization objectives. A competitive advantage therefore is the edge the organization has over competitors, and these could be achieved through strategies like lower costs, a wider range of products and services or a focus on a specific niche market segment [2,300 words]
BSA0054 BMW Operation Management. BMW is the one of the largest and admired care manufacturing company which has strong customer base due to its brand name. BMW is one of the top ten manufacturers which have three strong brands Rolls-Royce, BMW and Mini. BMW`s Strategy one which has four important pillars i.e. “Access to technology and customers” “Profitability” “Growth” and “Shaping the future”. This strategy is aimed at providing guidelines for its operation management to remain focus on the long-term value creation and to achieve quality improvement. BMW has a special approach towards its supply chain management; they have adopted build-to-order supply chain management. BMW however have a good approach to satisfy new customers’ needs through its build-to-order supply chain. But on the other hand manufacturing industries in automobile sector do need to focus on their logistics in supplying `parts` after sale.  Continuous improvement and customer satisfaction are the important concepts of TQM (Roy et al, 2006). BMW has ATLAS program which deals with supplying customers with replacement parts after the issue of supply chain [2,300 words]
BSA0055 What Are Fundamental Ingredients / Factors Governing Effective Cultural Diversity Management In A Workplace? This research is based on the analysis of fundamental factors affecting cultural diversity management in organizations. The study aimed to increase the understanding of diversity by reviewing different theories related to the topic. The study also gathered to review diversity management practices of different organizations. In order to realize aims, secondary data has been gathered from different sources. The research has presented case studies of HP, Dublin Bus, Avon Corporation, and Gannet News Media. The analysis of different theories and case studies has revealed that the key factors affecting diversity management include the perceptions of employees, management practices, and policies. The effective management of diversity allows organizations to improve the satisfaction of employees. It also allows businesses to solve problems in a creative manner [5,500 words]
BSA0056 Strategic Thinking and Strategic Leadership. This report discussed the importance of a strategy in the growth and development of the company. Emphasis was laid on the process, through which the success of the strategy had resulted. The first chapter introduced the topic and explained the necessity of a strategy, change and innovation in a company. In the second chapter, the literature review of the report was discussed, explaining the theoretical framework of the report. The researcher had given emphasis on defining strategy, and the importance of leadership in strategy making and thinking. In order to understand the strategy of a company, the researcher had explained the internal and external environments of the company through different management models; including PESTLE, SWOT and Porter’s five forces [7,000 words]
BSA0057 Business Innovation – Netflix Case Study. In this report, the main focus is on the innovational pattern and the capabilities of the selected organization (Netflix), and how this organization can compete with the media industry’s trends which are being faced by the media companies today and in the year 2020. Also, a detailed analysis has also been presented in the report which would suggest that how a connection can be established between the company’s capabilities and the media demands. The report then concludes that how Netflix needs to adapt to the trends, and needs to bring in innovation. It needs new product development, new distribution techniques and new technology to survive in the competitive mode of the industry [4,500 words]
BSA0058 Integration of Business Functions Why Toyota (Japan) Is So Successful. The culture at Toyota is a huge factor for its huge success today. The culture at Toyota has a strong sense of secrecy and hierarchy. The culture at Toyota is based on 4 main factors Teamwork, Improvement through Learning, Quality and Secrecy. Every employee goes through teambuilding training program because Toyota has been using teams in most of the departments. Interaction in the teamwork is the leading factor for the success of Toyota. Teamwork is another strategy used by Toyota to rationalize the use of hand labour. The idea is to group employees into teams, with the guidance of a leader. This works along with other workers, with the task of coordinating the group and replace any that may be lacking [4,000 words]
BSA0059 Two Comparable CRM Products - Security and Procurement Report. This report has been intended to compare the McDonalds and Burger King based on the products of CRM. With the help of this analysis, it could be possible to identify the importance of CRM products in business success. Therefore, a theoretical framework has been constructed by using the exploratory method for case studies of two firms compared through Laudon case study diagram. The results of the report state that the ePowerCenter and POS products are assisting the business success of McDonalds and Burger King respectively. However, it has been concluded that the POS system is relatively ineffective if it is not updated as in the case of Burger King. Thus, the recommendations show that CRM products must be used, but after a proper investigation of the business requirements and need of customers’ satisfaction[ 2,300 words]
BSA0060 Corporate Governance. Corporate governance is substantively described as they system by which an enterprise is directed and controlled. It also accentuates the process by which firms are made to respond to the right and wishes of the stakeholders. The concept of process is ideal because it emphasizes the continuous change of nature the board of an enterprise has to meet (Tricker, 2015). Both definitions heighten that entities and the boards must work within some boundaries. The setting up of the boundaries is done by many sources such as the law and regulations, the providers of funds, the owners of stock in a general meeting, the firm constitution and the opinions of the public. The views of the public primarily encompass advocacy on the social issues such as the environment and human rights. The key point is that the nature of the boundaries within which the entity operates is continuously changing [2,000 words]
BSA0061 Organizational Behavior - Culture, Leadership Styles and Motivational Theories. In wake of technological revolution and phenomenon of globalization the job of HR managers is becoming more and more crucial and challenging. Today’s business organizations cannot think about survival and competitiveness without aggressively embracing the advancements in technology. This is the only way to compete with the adversaries on the basis of innovation, cost and quality. To leverage optimal benefits from heavy investments for acquiring new technologies the importance of well-trained and highly skilled manpower cannot be overemphasized. That is why managing human capital by hiring, training and retaining workforce with essentially required skill sets has become highly critical. Moreover, due to globalization and corporatization HR managers have to cope with challenge of managing diversity at workplace. They have to think and act prudently while managing the people from diverse cultures so as to mitigate conflicts for ensuring maximum output through teamwork. This is because the subject of Organizational Behavior (OB) is regarded as highly critical for effective HR management. The core focus of OB is to study individual and group behavior at workplace so that output of both individuals and groups can be optimized by adopting appropriate management strategies and leadership styles for proper training and motivation of the workforce at various levels [7,500 words]
BSA0062 UK Entrepreneurs Wellbeing – A Study discussing the impact of the EU Referendum on UK entrepreneurship. The beginning of Europe merging into one power was that of Winston Churchill and dates back to as early as 1946 when he in a speech to youngsters in Zurich spoke of the need of a united Europe for the security, peace, and freedom of the land. The dream moved closer to reality when the Council of Europe was formed in 1949 with ten countries: Belgium, Denmark, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom with the objective of fostering the values of freedom, peace, and democracy across Europe. In 1957, Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and West Germany became signatories to a treaty that led to the formation of the European Economic Community (EEC). This led to the formation of a single trade and commerce entity where all barriers were eliminated and thus became what was called as the "common market". In 1958, the Court of Justice of the European Communities was assigned the complete onus of maintaining law and order through European law across the European Coal and Steel Community, the European Atomic Energy Community and the European Economic Community [7,000 words]
BSA0063 Two Comparable CRM Products. This report has been intended to compare the McDonalds and burger King based on the products of CRM. With the help of this analysis, it could be possible to identify the importance of CRM products in business success. Therefore, a theoretical framework has been constructed by using the exploratory method for case studies of two firms compared through Laudon case study diagram. The results of the report state that the ePowerCenter and POS products are assisting the business success of McDonalds and Burger King respectively. However, it has been concluded that the POS system is relatively ineffective if it is not updated as in the case of Burger King. Thus, the recommendations show that CRM products must be used, but after a proper investigation of the business requirements and need of customers’ satisfaction [2,000 words]
BSA0064 Total Quality Management. To ensure high quality of operations in an organization, there are various approaches that organizations take to ensure total quality management. Total quality management (TQM) ensures that all the efforts in an organization are put towards ensuring that an environment where the organization can ensure high quality of services and goods at all the times is ensured. Total quality management ensures that an organization has the ability to deliver the expected level of quality of goods and services. Academics argue that business organizations are expected to have the necessary tools which ensure that quality measures are put in place. One of the approaches of total quality management is the use of statistical process control which ensures that various statistical methods are used to control quality within their operations. This approach also ensures that an organization operates within its full potential levels and hence achieving the desired productivity in terms of production of goods and services which meet the set standards [2,000 words]
BSA0065 Transportation and Distribution Management. Organisations that operate with domestic or international markets are obligated to select an appropriate transportation process to improve control, reduce complexity, and reduce transportation cost. The research will examine how SABMiller, a UK based public company, can incorporate aspects of transport management, including incoterms selection, carrier relationship management, and carrier selection criteria.  Besides, the research will examine key information of the company, conduct an analysis of transportation capability, and recommend the appropriate incoterms, carrier selection criteria, and carrier relationship management. Moreover, the paper will focus on recommending how the company will establish appropriate carrier management relationships with the carriers [2,200 words]
BSA0066 Business Plan for Tango International Fabrics Company. This paper discusses the business plan for a Tango International Fabrics Company. The firm is a newly formed enterprise in Australia focusing on the sportswear segment of the sports industry.  Tango is a prospective entrant and therefore the business plan features the chronological steps that the management of the facility has to pursue in order to realize a successful entry and operation in the nearly monopolistic sportswear market. The policy features the firm’s relative position by exploring the feasibility of the market, finance, technology, and human resource. Moreover, the business model canvas is applied to assess the company’s internal activities relating to various parameters that have an influence on its success. Generally, the company has adequate resources and strategies to enter the market [2,500 words]
BSA0067 Business and Organizational Strategy - Strategic Analysis of GoGet Car Share Company. This analysis has focused on the GoGet Car Share Company and the main strategic issues that are likely to affect it in the years ahead, as the industry continues to grow. The main strategic analysis tools that have been used are Porter’s five forces model and PESTEL. Among the identified issued are the challenge of keeping up with the advancing automotive technology, inadequate transportation infrastructure, and the issues of governance that affect the car sharing industry as a whole. All these issues are critical in the car sharing business, and thus adequate measures need to be put in place to insure the company from any potential hazard [2,500 words]
BSA0068 Business Strategy of Pizza Express. Pizza Express is a reputed pizza brand which is renowned for its exotic mouth watering pizza. This report assesses different strategic ideas that are gauged to select most appropriate strategic ideas. Ansoff Matrix is designed to state different ideas and SWOT and TOWS analysis are conducted to assess major strengths, weakness, opportunities and threat and to evaluate chosen idea. Finally, the report discusses key issues to arise while implementing the Strategic idea and ways to hedge them [2,500 words]
BSA0069 Supporting Change within Organisations – A Case of Emirates Airline. Emirates airline hadbegun its operations in 1985, initially with two aircrafts only. Presently, it has the world’s largest fleet of Airbus a380s and Boeing 777s, with all the facilities and modern state-of-the-art comfort facilities and structure. It is inspiring travellersaround the globe with over 150 destinations in 80 countries with more than 230 aircrafts including, facilities like regional cuisine, in flight entertainment and world class service. Emirates are increasing its network on a consistent basis and it has been estimated that more than 1500 flights depart from Dubai, every week, to six continents globally [2,000 words]
BSA0070 Strategic Management. Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCC) is the second largest cruise company in the world. It is known for manufacturing high quality, elegant, and gigantic cruise ships. Like any other company, its primary objective is to maximize sales and subsequently its net profits. Royal Caribbean Cruises is the manufacturer of The Oasis of Seas and the Allure of the Seas. Evidently, the company is doing quite well in the cruise ship market availing different destinations around the globe (appendix 2). This paper provides the analysis of competitive advantages of the company and its sustainability. Moreover, the paper also recommends a set of corporate goals that the company can set. Finally, the paper establishes a set of corporate strategies –master, business, and alternative - that the company can apply to achieve its objectives [3,000 words]
BSA0071 Business Plan Covte. This report intends to draw a business plan for Covte in establishing a food truck business in the US marketplace. The fundamental factors that have been taken into concern for the proposed business include its key success factors, mission, marketing strategy, industry analysis, competitive comparison and finance among others. It is projected that the start-up food truck business may attain satisfactory results in the initial years of its operations through considering the above discussed important factors effectively [2,000 words]
BSA0072 Company Analysis and Evaluation of Starbucks Corporation. Starbucks Corporation is a business enterprise that operates as Starbuck Coffee. This is an American global coffee producing company as well as a coffeehouse chain. The company is located in Seattle, Washington. Starbuck is the largest coffee producing company in the entire world, with over 21,536 outlets in 64 nations as well as territories. Out of this store, 12,218 of them are located in the United States, 1,716 located in China, 1,330 stores located in Canada, 1,079 stores located in Japan and 808 stores in the United Kingdom [1,500 words]
BSA0073 Strategic Management at QVC. QVC is an American broadcasting network that offers televised shopping services where potential buyers get detailed information on a particular product. It roots can be traced in 1986 where it was founded by Joseph Segel. Joseph identified the gaps in the way Home Shopping Network one its competitor was handling its programming. He was convinced that the gaps were exploitable and immediately looked for capital to start a brand new shopping television. The first thing Joseph looked for were directors who were full of experience to ensure that his television channel offered quality, unlike its competitor at the moment. In the first year of its inception, QVC managed to serve a total of 1.3 million viewers under the cable and satellite platforms. Its current CEO is Mike George, who saw the company attain a turnover of 7.3 billion dollars in 2010. The company has continuously progressed in terms of quality and market control making it the most successful home shopping network [1,200 words]
BSA0074 Project Management. In order to determine the critical path, it is first essential to calculate forward pass (earliest start, earliest finish), backward pass (latest start, latest finish) and slack or float time for each activity. Table 1 represented below depicts the result of the calculation forward pass, backward pass and slack/float of the listed activities. It can be observed from the table below that the estimated project completion time has been calculated as 280 days [3,000 words]
BSA0075 Transportation and Distribution Management. Organisations that operate with domestic or international markets are obligated to select an appropriate transportation process to improve control, reduce complexity, and reduce transportation cost. The research will examine how SABMiller, a UK based public company, can incorporate aspects of transport management, including incoterms selection, carrier relationship management, and carrier selection criteria. Besides, the research will examine key information of the company, conduct an analysis of transportation capability, and recommend the appropriate incoterms, carrier selection criteria, and carrier relationship management. Moreover, the paper will focus on recommending how the company will establish appropriate carrier management relationships with the carriers [2,200 words]
BSA0076 Five Forces and External Environment industry analysis for Harley Davidson Company. Harley-Davidson is an American Company that founded in 1903 and manufactures motorcycles. The company was founded by William, Arthur and Davidson in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in U.S.A. The company started by manufacturing bicycles and traditional cruiser bicycles which used an air cooled double engines (Davidson and William Harley 78). Harley and Davidson Company produced the first bicycle in 1903 and later on stated manufacturing small motorcycle before springing up across the United States. Harley-Davidson brand spread all over the US and intertwines with US history. The motorcycle company was incorporated in 1907 by William Davidson with his two brothers Harley and was established in Milwaukee. The company began hiring employees and by the end of the decade it had produced many bicycles with its signature 45 degree. SWOT, PESTEL and Porters Five Force Analyses.[2,500 words]
BSA0077 Impact of Government Involvement in International Trade. Government intervention in international trade has had a significant impact on trade patterns. Unfair government intervention practices thus have had lasting negative lasing impacts on global economics. This paper looks at the global political economy, reasons for governments to intervene in international trade, consequences of government involvement and ways to prompt the global economy despite the political influence. Though free trade implies the pattern of exports and imports without any barriers, most governments impose controls on trade for cultural, economic and political reasons. While political motivations include protection of jobs, preservation of national security, response to apparently unfair trade practices of other nations and the quest for influence over other countries, the economic motives include the protection of infant industries and pursuance of strategic trade policy [2,800 words]
BSA0078 E-commerce and Business. As one of the widely accepted revolutions globally, e-commerce is believed to have that potential that is desired to oversee a great transformation in the manner in which businesses are conducted and the entire structure in which the businesses are operating. With the global mass consumption of internet, e-commerce has consequently experienced a growth which is dynamic. More applications that are aimed at driving innovations in the various businesses have also been developed in the proceeds. This sudden rise in the number of user’s is attributed to the fact that the use of ecommerce has enabled the various players to remain at the competitive edge when we look at the market segmentation [2,800 words]
BSA0079 E-Business Plan for Calco Communication. Based in the UK, Calco Communications which is based in UK, its nature of business is to sell mobile phones. The organization has planned to start selling their products on internet in order to achieve their business goals and objectives. The goals include creating a marketing presence on internet by making plans for preparing the online catalogue. Furthermore, Calco is planning to transmit their sensitive data from remote areas or sites to their corporate office through internet. The main motive is that the company is looking forward to allow their customers for online purchasing directly by using their website [3,500 words]
BSA0080 Volkswagen Emission Scandal. After the emission scandal at Volkswagen in 2015, the company was in dire need for sustainable CSR reporting. What strategies did the company undertake as a move to strengthen more corporate social responsibilities and be competitive in the automobile market? The qualitative analysis in this study was employed on to explore VW’s influence on the global scale. This was so because it is asserted that corporations such as Volkswagen utilize annual reports, corporate social reports, and sustainability reports not only with the aim of showcasing their superiority, but also to emphasize on their image in the global corporate world. Volkswagen Corporation is considered a CSR star and had published CSR reports from 2011 through 2014, to the point it was named as the 2015 Automotive Industry Leader in its Dow Jones Sustainability Index; it became the leader in auto Manufacturer Company, surpassing Toyota October 6, 2015, the Dow Jones removed VW from all of its Sustainability index reports because of the eruption of its emission scandal. Includes SWOT, PESTLE and PORTER analyses [5,000 words]
BSA0081 Strategic and Performance Analysis of BASF. Badische Anilin-und Soda-Fabrik Company (BASF) is ranked as the leading firm in the global chemical industry. The firm is specialized in a wide range of products that are categorized into six distinct segments; Functional Materials & Solutions, Agricultural Solutions, Performance Products, Chemicals, Plastics, and Oil and Gas. Despite being the leading firm in its industry with a strong international brand, BASF has its fair share of concerns. This paper presents a comprehensive analysis of BASF's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. The report establishes that most of BASF's concerns can be adequately categorized into two; increasing competition from emerging market players and uncertainty pertaining to industry trends. Essentially, the report observes that with appropriate strategic approaches, BASF can overcome these challenges, thereby, maintaining its position as a world leader. Following an in-depth analysis of the firm’s major concerns, the report proposes three distinct strategies; (1) localization of BASF’s R&D and marketing operations to promote the development of products that are tailored to the needs and wants of its local customers, (2) train managers to equip them with apt forecasting capabilities, (3) increase its focus on environmental issues [5,000 words]
BSA0082 External Strategic Analysis of Walmart. External organization analysis is a detailed look at the opportunities as well as threats that exist in an organizations environment. It helps firms stay ahead of events which may impact it, but which it has no control over. Opportunities are promising opportunities which have a high likelihood of success for an enterprise. Threats, on the other hand, are inhibitors to the enterprise’s achievement of set goals. Walmart Inc. is a leading American retail corporation with operations in various nations. The company, which is headquartered in Bonteville, Arkansas, owes its existence to Sam Walton, who founded the company in 1962. The company has grown significantly in the recent past and was recently ranked as the largest private employer. Besides, it was ranked as the world’s largest company with regard to revenue. Operating in an ever-changing highly competitive business environment, Walmart has had its share of challenges and opportunities for growth. In this paper, I will perform an eternal case analysis of Walmart and strategic analysis. Includes SWOT, PESTLE and PORTER analyses [4,000 words]
BSA0083 Management of Technology Intensive Projects. Traditional project management used a functional matrix instead of the project based methods used by the current organizations. The project based organization (PBO) is a complex and innovative form of management that provides a means to define and redefine the organization structures surrounding the demand of each CoPS project and the customer. Project-based management is flexible and therefore able to adapt to the emerging changes in production procedures and customer requirements. The PBO also integrates different types of knowledge and skills to respond appropriately to the project risks and uncertainties that are common with CoPS projects [4,000 words]
BSA0084 Global Contemporary Business Issues. Corporate social responsibility encourages a visualization of company accountability to an extensive range of stakeholders, also to investors and shareholders. The vital areas of consideration are the wellbeing of workforces and environmental protection, the civil society and community in overall, both in the future and now. The idea of corporate social responsibility is reinforced by the notion that businesses can no longer behave as remote economic entities working in detachment from wider society. Christensen, Mackey, and Whetten point out that the traditional opinions concerning profitability, survival and competitiveness are being removed away. In this paper, the main concern CSR of the Coca-Cola Company [3,500 words]
BSA0085 Balanced Scorecard – Hilton Worldwide. The balanced scorecard is the methodology that enables organizations to implement strategies and achieve their vision and mission. In this paper Balanced Scorecard for Hilton Worldwide is discussed and every perspective is discussed. Hilton Worldwide is a global leader in the business of Hotel and Resorts which was established in 1919 by its founder Conrad Hilton. In the 96 years of journey the Hilton Hotel went through several Mergers and Acquisitions and today it is operating successfully in 92 countries. Hilton Worldwide is one of the organizations which adopted Balanced Scorecard Methodology as the Strategic Management System and in 2 years have astonishing results in customer satisfaction and Market Revenue Index. In this paper, focus is given to the organization’s objectives and how successfully Hilton Worldwide has adopted Balanced Scorecard to bring changes and achieved its primary and secondary objectives. Quantitative metrics analysis is provided for better understanding of the targets achieved and sections which need improvement in a long run [1,500 words]
BSA0086 Knowledge, Learning and Innovation. The manner in which innovation takes places follows a systematic manner. Scholars have over the years developed models to explain the manner in which innovation takes place. They have identified two models which they refer to as modes of innovation i.e. the STI mode of innovation and the DUI mode of innovation. These two modes of innovation draw from the four types of knowledge i.e. the know-what, know-why, know-how and know-who. Understanding these two modes of innovation, their strengths and weaknesses, is important to development of the national system of innovation. From this analysis the government can establish which mode is the most suitable for a particular sector of the economy. Organizations can also identify the suitable mode for innovation and knowledge management. For example, performance-oriented organizations would be suited to innovate using the STI mode of innovation while learning organizations will be more suited with DUI mode of innovation. This essay, therefore, presents an analysis of the STI and DUI modes of innovation, the merits and demerits they accrue to the UK System of Innovation [3,000 words]
BSA0087 E-Commerce and China’s Economy. The perspective of electronic commerce or e-commerce concerns business transactions that involve the transfer of information through the internet. In this sense, e-commerce covers different types of transactions that range from consumer based retailing, auction of products, as well as the exchange of product and service offerings by international corporations. The emergence of e-commerce activities is regarded as the most important aspect of the internet as it allows consumers and organizations to facilitate the exchange of goods and services electronically without influencing barriers such as distance and time. E-commerce has played an influential role in the development and growth of global economies through measures such as information technology and the promotion of globalization of markets. The growth and adoption of electronic commerce into organizational business operations has been rapid as states and corporations seek to maximize on revenue generation through manipulating the vast customer base brought forth by internet platforms such as Facebook, Google, and other website databases [8,000 words]
BSA0088 Leadership - A Critical Assessment on Leader-Member Exchange (LMX). Leadership is the key to ensuring the desired efforts by different parties within a firm to achieve the goals and visions whereby the stakeholders are inspired and motivated for the achievement of individual goals as well as organisational goals. As the application of proper leadership theory can ensure the growth of a firm, the choice of leadership theory is often described as a complex decision to make. Considering the vision and mission of a firm, the leaders must choose to implement a leadership theory that can truly contribute to the organisational growth as well as employees’ professional development. Through innate qualities and hard work, leaders make a firm competitive in the industry. On the other hand, by showing flexibility; leaders transform their leadership style based on the opportunities and threats from the internal and external environment. In this paper, by focusing on a single approach different theories of leadership are assessed comprehensively. These theories of leadership are the benchmark for leaders to reinforce their control throughout the organisation. Leader-Member Exchange (LMX) theory of leadership is critically assessed in this paper to comprehend the development and implication of the theory in organisational framework [5,000 words]
BSA0089 Professional and Personal Development - Leadership Theories. To be a successful leader in any organization, leadership theories help to give guidance of skills and character to people. Several leadership theories like trait theories, contingency theories, behavioral theory and Leader–Member Exchange theory will be described here that helps to give different guidance in different situations. Among all these leadership theories, trait theories are one of the effective theories. In this study, Trait theories significance and empirical reviews are determined properly that helps to determine habitual pattern of behavior. Traits are different in different situations in different types of people that influence behavior. Leaders should be transforming their leadership styles in different situation to adjust with market demand and to enhance leadership qualities and approaches. When leaders can get effective leadership skills and attributes, then they can handle any type of situation easily and enhance organizations well-beings as well as individual development [4,500 words]
BSA0090 Strategic Management - British Airways Business Environment. Strategic management deals for better arrangement of corporate strategies and strategic significances to maintain optimum administration practices. Any business strategy gives the guidelines and ways of enhancing company’s profitability and achieving competitive advantages. This report will be described several terms and concepts of strategic management based on British Airways Company. As a consultant of British Airways, I have to suggest business new or incremental strategy for business resilience and sustainability. At the very first part of this report, internal and external environmental factors will be described by using SWOT analysis and Porters five forces model. A new or incremental strategy will be recommended based on company’s strategic capabilities, competitive analysis and organizational structure. Recommended strategy will be critically analyzed and developed a relationship with human resource capital, financial conditions, operational conditions and technological conditions in the second part. Change management programme will be determined in the last part of this report and factors to be determined that may hamper or enhance change management programme here [3,000 words]
BSA0091 Consultancy Report – GlaxoSmithKline (GSK). This report has focused on the need for strategic change within GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) a UK based global pharmaceutical manufacturer and distributor. The report has identified the strategic need of change within the international value delivery system of GSK. This report has identified that GSK is facing problem with its current hierarchical organisational culture which has been resulted in interrupted organisational communication and inefficiency in the value delivery process. The factors driving the change process are volatile financial performance, changing customer buying behaviour and the intensity of the market rivalry. McKinsey’s 7S Change Model has been suggested to bring the strategic change within GSK. The challenges to the change process that have been identified are employee resistances to change, resource constraints and ideological resistances to change. The change process is aimed at enhancing organisational efficiency, organisational value, uninterrupted organisational communication and employee engagement [3,000 words]
BSA0092 Supply Chain Management at IKEA. The purpose of the paper is to evaluate three dimensions of supply chain management at IKEA. The supply chain management is wide concept and IKEA retail business is familiar with it. The IKEA business is being evaluated in its first dimension the structure adopted by it. Logistics structure, supply chain structure and product development structure are being studied in this report. The second dimension of report has showed that what kind of issues and problems in its current logistics structure. Lastly, it has showed that how structure is recommended so that it can meet challenges in future while adopting business in most competitive business. The first part of report also showed that what is uniqueness of business and show it has adopted that uniqueness ideally. The business nature of business and retailing process development are core elements of report. The main concern of report is to identify that how much IKEA is responsible towards society and its customer and even with its suppliers. This is only possible with low cost production, just time model n supply chain management and cost effective supplier selection. The report has ensured with several mindsets about supply chain management that how IKEA is leading in retail industry [3,000 words]
BSA0093 Unilever Case Study – Unilever’s 2020 Stretch Goal. This study is aimed at analyzing Unilever’s 2020 Stretch Goal which is developed to attain a competitive edge in the global market by aligning business trends of the company with the globalization. Unilever is a renowned company operating in the sector of consumer’s goods at global level. And its growth rate increase at a higher rate due to use of business strategies which can manage business goals and mission with the business operations along with the use of innovation. Force Field analysis is used to find out driving and restraining forces as well as internal and external forces which can affect business growth. PEST analysis is also conducted to identify macro-environmental factors which are providing opportunities and threats for the growth of business. Role of the Polman as an effective leader is also analyzed in this study. And strategies used by him to improve growth of the Unilever are also effective and these played a vital role in the expansion of business at global level. Corporate culture and behavior of the employees at Unilever is capable of promoting cooperation and participative style of the management. And it has also helped in the achievement of targets of business in an efficient way. Recommendations are also provided for the achievement of goals related to sustainability by focusing on the change management strategies [3,000 words]
BSA0094 Innovation and Technology Management. Evidence is emerging that society is on the brink of a third industrial revolution that will have digitalization and globalization as its main characteristics. In this context, it is important to understand what defines an industrial revolution and what should businesses and individuals expect from this process, typically spanning the course of a few decades. We are limited in our predictions of the course and full consequences of this change. Society has previously been affected by two more industrial revolutions that were different in terms of process and applicability, but not in terms of large scale consequences. We will argue that while we know that the transition will impact many lives and companies and it should result in the emergence of a newly structured economical world, it is impossible to make accurate predictions regarding the small scale of single businesses, individuals or limited geographical regions [4,000 words]
BSA0095 Globalization and Outsourcing. Globalization is a phenomenon that has swept across most sectors of the globe leaving firms to adjust to the changes that are occurring. The rise of competition Is one example of an aspect that has emerged within the twenty-first century, especially due to a dissolution in trade barrier that marked numerous markets as impenetrable. With globalization escalating gradually, businesses have gained an exposure opportunity to learn more as well as share tips on better ways of approaching futuristic growth. The following report will expound on globalization as a phenomenon, as well as its associated impacts within the modern day era [3,500 words]
BSA0096 Project Management. Preparing network diagram is considered s an imperative element for project manager prior to the commencement of the project work. Network diagram is further noted to be an important tool for managers as it facility in better understanding of the activities that would be executed by the project managers. Precisely stating preparing network diagram for a project is essential element for ensuring the successful accomplishment of the project goals. With respect to the given case below depicts the network diagram for the various phases that would be undertaken by the company to complete each activity. The figure below, each node (boxes) represents an activity and is duly labelled with the activity abbreviation and the associated completion time [3,000 words]
BSA0097 International Business Environment. Brazil and Russia are two different countries when it comes to the issue of economy. Brazil is classified as one of the developing countries across the world while Russia is an already developed state. When it comes to fairing in international business, the two countries show a difference between them. Since competition in the global market keep on going high every day, the various countries always fight to remain on top of the others. Brazil and Russia in this case are not exclusion as each country wants to be in the competition for dominance. International business does not only represent exporting and importing of goods and services but also foreign investment. The paper will address political economy in the countries as well as ethics and sustainability. Foreign Direct Investment and exporting trends for both countries will be looked at. Of paramount importance is the monetary system in each country and the Regional economic integration [4,000 words]
BSA0098 Creating Competitive Advantage through the Application of Reverse Logistics in the Supply. In every company, it is very important to attract new customers and retain the current customers on viable conditions. These actions cannot be accomplished in any single company without creating a competitive advantage. The main technique of creating a competitive advantage that a company can adopt is creating quality products or services than their competitors. They can also create products that the target customers would prefer than their alternatives. Many companies across the world have adopted reverse logistics as a strategy to increase competitive advantage. This is because this technique lowers supply cost in the supply chain. Companies using reverse logistics can also reduce the opportunity cost of outdated products. Companies can also gain additional revenue and finally reduce the cost of operation. This is due to the fact that companies can be able to manage the flow of their products through the supply chain. Reverse logistics is also advantageous as it expands the global economy. Thus reverse logistics can be defined as a process of controlling the flow of finished goods from their final destination back to the manufacturer for value addition so as to enable recycling or reuse or for proper disposal. Reverse logistics can be used to explain environmental externalities resulting from increased production and supply. The following essay will be on the theories that have been put in place in regard to creating competitive advantage through reverse logistics and evidence of the theories [4,500 words]
BSA0099 Strategy Management and Leadership at Apple Inc. Apple Inc. designs, manufactures, and markets; media devices, mobile communication devices, personal computers, software, accessories, services, networking solutions, and various other third-party content and applications. The company owns the famous iPhone, iPad, iOS, Mac, Apple TV, Apple Watch, Apple Music, iBook Store, TV App stores, and Mac App Store. The company operates its operations by geography. The legendary founder Steve Jobs is the founder of the company and is still considered responsible for the strategic vision as it has been following in these days as well. Includes: Balanced Scorecard, Porter’s Five Forces and PEST Analysis [5,000 words]
BSA0100 Creating a Start-Up Company-Retail Chain Business Plan. Starting a new retail business in the United States of America is a good idea.  The retail industry is growing in different parts of the world. Both Brick & Mortar and online retail businesses are successful in this region. The name of the new retail chain is Fine Retail Corporation. The company intends to come up with a good product line. In the competitive retail market, the management of the company is looking to streamline some creative ideas and innovative approaches to develop the finest retail products and enhance the visibility of customer satisfaction and assertiveness. The company will be using the Brick and Mortar business model, as it is still in the limelight in the competitive retail industry [5,500 words]
BSA0101 Strategic Management at Samsung PLC. To make decisions that are well-informed, the management of a company gleans information from different sources including financial statements. Therefore, financial statements are official documentation of the activities of finance of a company, individual, or other entity. Financial statements are also recognized as financial reports. Information on the financial statement is presented in an organized way and in a manner easy to comprehend. Provided the significance of financial statements in decisions of investment, a larger part of the strategy focuses on how a business is obligated to present its financial information and utilize such data to become victorious in the economic rivalry. Mostly, the objective of financial statements is to guide the senior officers in integrating their business insight to discover the best methods to steer the organization towards profitability. When making decisions concerning business, accurate financial information is vital. Bigger companies typically have a complete department of accounting that carries out daily functions of accounting, along with reconciling every account, reviewing the information for accuracy, and analyzing the information. Nevertheless, this can be difficult for small businesses. Cash is vital in a small business. Money is needed to make payroll, pay bills, as well as achieve other short term requirements of the business. Perceptibly, profit is also important [3,000 words]
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