What can be done to achieve organizational objectives

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4. What can be done to achieve organizational objectives moreeffectively in the future? This result on the formulation of astrategy for the organization. It goes beyondenvironmentalanalysis and addresses the issue of planning and selection ofstrategy formulation process.
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1. Threats of new entrants. 2. Bargaining power of suppliers 3. Bargaining power of buyers. 4. Rates of substitute products. 5. Rivalry among existing competitors. 6.7 Threats of new entrants There is the fear of new companies commonly referred to as new entrants invading an industry or a market. The new companies are usually endowed with capacity to change market dealings and fight the market barriers. In the process, they acquire a sizeable market and gain entry into market share and profit. The determinants of entry, barriers include capital requirements, which capital effects i.e. their accumulate experience in production and commodity prices below the prices of the new entrants. Generally, 57 NEW ENTRANTS Threats of New Entrants SUPPLLIERS Bargaining Power of Suppliers INDUSTRY COMPETITORS FIRM Intensity of Rivalry BUYER Bargaining Power of Buyers SUBSTITUTES
higher market barriers block new entrants from invading the market and industry 6.8 Bargaining power of suppliers The increased bargaining power by suppliers usually brings an upsurge in the market and industry. The bargaining power if not positively competitive and if skewed towards the suppliers can be a major threat to strategic goals and objectives. Profitability in an industry can be scaled down by the economic aggressiveness of suppliers.

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