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MGMT1001 Lecture%2 - 1 Lecture 3 – The Organisational Environment Semester 1 2010 Semester 1 2010 MGMT1001 2010 s1 The Organisation Environment

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Unformatted text preview: 1 Lecture 3 – The Organisational Environment Semester 1 2010 Semester 1 2010 MGMT1001 2010 s1 The Organisation Environment ¡ … is the set of forces and conditions which affect the way the organisation operates ¡ Forces and conditions can be OUTSIDE the organisation (the external environment) or ‘inside’ Semester 1 2010 2 the organisation (the organisational culture) ¡ assumes an ‘Open Systems’ approach The external environment The ‘general’ environment ¡ Demographic ¡ Social/ cultural ¡ Political/ legal The ‘task’ or ‘specific’ environment ¡ Suppliers ¡ Distribution ¡ Customers/ Clients Semester 1 2010 ¡ Global ¡ Technological ¡ Economic ¡ Competitors 2 Demographic forces ¡ Changes to the characteristics of a population: Semester 1 2010 4 Political / Legal forces ¡ Political processes shape a countries laws ¡ Laws constrain the operations of organisations Global forces ¡ Changes in international relationships eg wars, development of ‘trade arrangements’ between countries: – NAFTA , ASEAN, EU Semester 1 2010 5 Technological forces ¡ Affect the way that organisations design, produce or distribute goods or services...
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This note was uploaded on 07/25/2011 for the course MGMT 1001 taught by Professor Danielellason during the Three '09 term at University of New South Wales.

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MGMT1001 Lecture%2 - 1 Lecture 3 – The Organisational Environment Semester 1 2010 Semester 1 2010 MGMT1001 2010 s1 The Organisation Environment

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