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Unformatted text preview: Wm. Dustin Powell MGNT 323 1pm Human Resource Management Assignment 2 Doing class we discuses that the Corporate-level strategy is where the C.E.O. and all the top executives does the business. They mainly focus on the different businesses and diversities of all the products and services that are within that company. Now, the Business-level strategy is how the company or any organization competes with other companies and organizations in the related field or area. Now, for the most interesting part, the Cost leadership strategy is where the organization seeks and to produce goods and all the services cheaply. This does not mean that the price is low; it means that the company has to seek a way to produce the services and products at a low cost to them so the price will make the profit. By buying parts to make the products or raw materials effiencely, they can use the profit to invest in more technology to develop even more materials at a low cost for the company. There is only one problem with this strategy and that is that only one a low cost for the company....
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2011 for the course BUSINESS 323 taught by Professor Anderson during the Spring '11 term at Radford.
- Spring '11
- Human Resource Management