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Ambienti di business

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    Shadreck B.
    ZM
    Shadreck B.

    The Business Environment is always changing because the external factor or environment beyond the organizational reach such as the economy whether its gains or losses they organization is affected in same way. Managers should be at a look out for external factors or environmental changes that could cause a shift in the environment that the firm operates in, so that a decision can be made proactively in order to overcome the challenge from external forces from reaching the internal factors or environment.

    Rodgers C.
    ZM
    Rodgers C.

    The employees may impact on the organisation through the tasks that they perform and the way that they execute those tasks.

    Bill Tehaitanata K.
    PG
    Bill Tehaitanata K.

    Culture do has an impact on any organisation .

    Comfort N.
    NG
    Comfort N.

    Large Scale Organization

    Tashika B.
    US
    Tashika B.

    Business environments are internal and external. You have to know your area of expertise in order to maintain. Also be able to adapt.

    Tashika B.
    US
    Tashika B.

    Business environmens can very from stage to stage.

    Fatuma Said N.
    KE
    Fatuma Said N.

    amazing to learn how business environments operates internal and external, commercial and non- commercial environments. managers should understand the environment within which they operate. Good information to the managers if only taken seriously and observed.

    Benedict A.
    NG
    Benedict A.

    Business environment determines to a large extent the success of large scale organizations.

    Mbulaheni J M.
    ZA
    Mbulaheni J M.

    Each an every employee of the organization must know or be more familiar about the culture of his or own organization. Its dignify the leadership of such organization

    John C.
    SG
    John C.

    Business environment is defined as the sum total of all individuals, institutions and other forces that are outside the control of a business enterprise but that may affect its performance. As one author has succinctly explained it– “Just take the universe, subtract from it the subset that represents the organisation, and the remainder is environment”. Thus, operating outside a business enterprise are the economic, social, political, technological and other forces which operate outside a business enterprise. So also, the individual consumers or competing enterprises as well as the governments, consumer groups, competitors, courts, media and other institutions working outside an enterprise forms its environment. The important point is that these individuals, institutions and forces are likely to impact the performance of a business activity although they happen to exist outside its boundaries. For example, changes in government’s economic policies, rapid technological developments, political uncertainty, changes in fashions and tastes of consumers and increased competition in the market — all influence the working of a business enterprise in important ways. Increase in taxes by government can make things expensive to buy. Technological improvements may render existing products obsolete. Political instability and uncertainty may create fear in the minds of investors. Changes in fashions and tastes of consumers may shift demand in the market from existing products to new ones. Increased competition in the market may reduce revenue of firms. It can be saidthat business environment has the following features: (i) Totality of external forces: Business environment is the sum total of all things external to business firms and, as such, is aggregative in nature. (ii) Specific and general forces: Business environment includes both specific and general forces. Specific forces (such as investors, customers, competitors and suppliers).

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