Block 2 - Competing in a global context

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1. Marketing

1.1. Branding

1.1.1. Global

1.1.2. Innovation

1.1.3. Brand tribes/communities

1.1.4. Mass/Niche

1.1.5. Reputation

1.1.6. Logo/Name

1.2. Marketplace

1.2.1. Expansion Triggers

1.2.1.1. Competition/cost

1.2.1.2. Saturation/small

1.2.1.3. Customers

1.2.1.4. Low Growth

1.2.1.5. Portfolio balance

1.2.2. Macro Environment

1.2.2.1. STEEPLE

1.2.3. Micro Environment

1.2.3.1. Market size

1.2.3.2. Competition

1.2.3.3. Costs

1.2.3.4. Profit Potential

1.2.3.5. Market Access

2. Finance & Economics

2.1. Balance of payments

2.1.1. Current

2.1.2. Capital

2.1.3. Financial

2.2. Foreign Direct Investment

2.2.1. Operational control

2.3. Differing Jurisdictions

2.3.1. Financial Reporting

2.3.2. Accounting Change

2.3.3. Regulations

2.4. Governing bodies

2.4.1. IFRS

2.4.2. IASB

2.4.3. G20

2.4.4. IMF

2.4.5. IFAC

2.5. Evolving Regulation

2.5.1. Stewardship

2.5.2. Imperialism

2.5.3. Taxation

2.5.4. Borrowed Finery

3. Exchange Rates & Taxation

3.1. Tax

3.1.1. Arm's Length

3.1.2. Transfer mispricing

3.1.3. Unitary

3.2. Exchange Rates

3.2.1. Fluctuations of value

3.2.2. Supply

3.2.2.1. Demand

3.2.3. Equilibrium

3.2.4. McBurger

3.2.4.1. Comparable

3.2.5. Currency

3.2.5.1. Country

3.2.6. Intervention

3.2.6.1. Government

3.2.6.1.1. Increase Interest Rates

3.2.6.1.2. Buy own Currency

4. Cities

4.1. Sustainability

4.1.1. Autonomy

4.1.2. Participation

4.1.3. Sharing

4.1.4. Transformation

4.2. Comparable to Countries

4.2.1. Large Population

4.2.2. Challenges

4.2.2.1. Transport

4.2.2.2. Security

4.2.2.3. Education

4.3. Leadership

4.3.1. Civic

4.3.2. Political

4.3.3. Managerial

4.3.4. Business

4.3.5. Elements

4.3.5.1. Actors

4.3.5.2. Structures

4.3.5.3. Processes

5. Supply Chain

5.1. Outsourcing

5.1.1. Loss of Control

5.1.2. Cheaper

5.2. Efficencey

5.2.1. Bullwhip

5.3. Suppliers

5.3.1. Partnership

5.3.1.1. Lamberts 3 category's

5.4. Vertically integrated

5.4.1. Direction

5.4.2. Extent

5.4.3. Balance

6. Human Resource Management

6.1. Challenges

6.1.1. Race to the Bottom

6.1.2. Stakeholders

6.1.3. Progression

6.2. Employer Relations

6.2.1. Finding talent

6.2.2. Create Opportunities

6.3. Employment

6.3.1. Technology

6.3.2. Competition

6.3.3. Legislation

6.4. Labour Market

6.4.1. Outsourcing

6.4.2. Multiculturism

7. Culture

7.1. Convergence

7.2. Divergence

7.3. Crossvergence

7.4. Innovation/Comparison

7.5. Ethics

7.5.1. Target lower income consumers

7.5.2. Geographical segregation

7.5.3. Consumer protection

7.6. Corporate Social Responsibilities

8. Competition

8.1. Environment

8.1.1. World Trade Organisation

8.2. Comparative Advantage

8.2.1. Relative (Ricardo)

8.2.1.1. Specialism

8.2.2. Absolute (Smith)

8.2.2.1. Price

8.3. Diamond Model (Porter)

8.3.1. Firms & Rivalry

8.3.2. Demand Conditions

8.3.3. Related & Supporting Industries

8.3.4. Factor Conditions

8.4. Five Forces (Porter)

8.4.1. Direct Industry Competitors

8.4.2. Suppliers

8.4.3. Buyers

8.4.4. Potential Entrants

8.4.5. Substitute goods/services

9. Operations

9.1. Strategy

9.1.1. Home country with exports

9.1.2. Multi Domestic

9.1.3. Regional Operations

9.1.4. Global Coordination

9.2. Off shoring and Re shoring

9.2.1. Domestic

9.2.2. Reactive

9.2.3. Proactive

9.2.4. Global sourcing