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Situational Analysis and Problem Statement: Global Communications 1 Running head: SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS: GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS Situational Analysis and Problem Statement: Global Communications Deanna Ali MBA 500- University of Phoenix
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Situational Analysis and Problem Statement: Global Communications 2 Situational Analysis and Problem Statement: Global Communications New technologies are introducing are various forms and modalities being offered. The competition in the telecommunications industry continues to increase. Global Communications is a telephone company that has been struggling- in the past three years; their stock has depreciated by more than half. Global Communications in seeking stabilization and growth for the company, they will attempt to alleviate some of the concerns by integrating new technologies, developing partnerships, identifying areas to decrease costs, and expanding internationally. One consideration to reduce costs is to decrease labor costs by outsourcing to other countries. Global Communication will expect to regain profit by
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2008 for the course BUSINESS MBA500 taught by Professor Test during the Spring '08 term at Uni. Westminster.

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