General Growht Properties

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Executive Summary (JS) 5 Introduction 6 Background / History of the Company(CD) 6 Mission Statement(CD) 7 Business(CD) 7 Major Goals(CD) 7 Corporate Philosophy(CD) 7 Strategic Evolution (KH) 8 Intended Strategies (KH) 8 Emergent Strategies (KH) 8 Stakeholders (AB) 9 Internal (AB) 9 External (AB) 9 General Growth Properties Organizational Structure (KM) 9 Purpose of the Report (CD) 10
External Analysis (KM) 11 Basic Industry Information (AB/KM) 11 Industry Growth (KM) 12 Industry Profits 12 Industry Segments (AB/KM) 13 External/ General (Macro) Environment (AB/CD) 13 General Economic Conditions and Global (CD) 13 Population Demographics(CD) 14 Societal Values and Lifestyles (Sociocultural) (CD) 14 Political, Regulatory and Legal (AB) 15 Technological (AB/CD) 15 Summary of Analysis and Impact (AB/CD) 16 Industry Analysis/Porter’s Five Forces (CD) 16 Threat of New Entrants (CD) 16 Current Rivalry Among Existing Firms (CD) 17 Supplier Power (CD) 17 Bargaining Power of Buyers (CD) 18 Threat of Substitute Services (CD) 18 Industry Attractiveness/Profitability (CD) 18 porters five forces model (JS) 19 Strategic Groups (KH) 19
Internal Analysis (AB) 20 Value Chain Analysis (AB 20 Primary Activities (AB) 20 Inbound Logistics (AB) 20 Strength: 20 Weakness: 20 Operations (AB) 20 Strength: 20 Weakness: 21 Outbound Logistics (AB) 21 Strength: 21 Weakness: 21 Marketing & Sales (AB) 21 Strength: 21 Weakness: 21 Customer Service (AB) 21 Strength: 21 Weakness: 21 Support Activities (KH) 21 Procurement (KH) 22 Strength: 22 Weakness: 22 Technological Development (KH) 22 Strength: 22 Weakness: 22 Human Resource Management (KH) 22 Strength: 23 Weakness: 23 Firm Infrastructure (General Administration) (KH) 23 Strength: 23 Weakness: 24…...

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