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GOVT. INTERFERENCE CHANGE BIGNESS

BUSINESS DIVERSIFICATION
COMPETITION

INFORMATION SCIENCE GLOBALISATION


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½Moving beyond the political boundaries of the
country is known as Globalisationµ
½Globalisation is a borderless world where there is free
exchange of money, business , labour etc.
 In the modern business world production facilities are
being set-up in different countries and products are
being sold through a global network.
 Globalisation is becoming imperative for modern
business due to technological innovations, information
explosion, changing life styles, global flow of capital
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Formulation of Evaluation
Mission and and
Objectives Control

SWOT Implementation
Analysis

Identifying
strategic
alternatives
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 To formulate the clear objectives, it is essential to
get answers to certain questions like
â What is the company is in?
â What should the company·s business be?
â What will the company's business be?
 Objectives help define the organization in its
environment
2. SWOT Analysis
 Analysis of company·s Strengths, weaknesses,
opportunities, and threats is known as SWOT
analysis.
 It is a cornerstone of business planning
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