REPORT IN BUSINESS POLICY AND STRATEGY (MITCH)

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Unformatted text preview: rriers s Bypass cost of new product development: s Increased speed to market s Increased diversification s Avoiding excessive competition Strategy Formulation: Corporate Strategy Strategy Formulation: Corporate Strategy Mergers & Acquisitions Problems with Achieving M & A Success s Integration difficulties s Inadequate evaluation of target s Large or extraordinary debt s Inability to achieve synergy s Too much diversification s Managers overly focused on acquisition/merger s Too large (bureaucratic) Strategy Formulation: Corporate Strategy Strategy Formulation: Corporate Strategy International Entry Options s Exporting s Licensing s Franchising s Joint Ventures s Acquisitions s Green – Field Development s Production Sharing s Turnkey Operations Strategy Formulation: Corporate Strategy Strategy Formulation: Corporate Strategy Stability Strategies A corporation may choose stability over by continuing its current activities without any significant change in direction. Strategy Formulation: Corporate Strategy...
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2013 for the course ECON 312 taught by Professor None during the Spring '05 term at Amrita University.

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