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How to do a market analysis?

***************************************PROJECT OVERVIEW****************************** 2.3 Project The Market Analysis When looking at your company and the international venture, you must look at the market and make an analysis based on what you know. You will want to open the template you turned in last week, make the updates and edits provided to you by the professor, and then fill out the Products and Services and Marketing Analysis and Plan part of the template. How to do a market analysis? When a market analysis is completed, you will be able to show the board of directors that you know the market and there is either enough or a lack thereof to expand the business. In order to do that, make sure you include the following areas: Demographic: Does it match who you are currently serving? If not, will it fit the product and/or service? Market Need: Is there a need for the product and/or service? Competition: Who is the competition? Barriers to Entry: Are there any considerations when coming into the country? Regulation: Some countries require certain government or regulatory matters, are there any? ****************************************HELPFUL HINTS********************************* What is a market analysis? A market analysis takes into consideration all variables of a market. You will want to review the size of the market both in how big it is and in who interested people will be in the product, the competition, and the cultural environment in terms of barriers to entry and regulation. ****************************************GRADING RUBRIC******************************* The Marketing Analysis The Marketing Analysis Criteria Ratings Pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganization’s product line and services section include a detailed description with appropriate discussion of market differentiators, obstacles, and potential for international growth. 25 pts Full Marks 0 pts No Marks 25 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThe proposed marketing strategies are sound and strongly supported with evidence and reasoning. Including items such as the size of the market both in how big it is and in who interested people will be in the product, the competition, and the cultural environment in terms of barriers to entry and regulation. 35 pts Full Marks 0 pts No Marks 35 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeThe marketing analysis addresses the international venture in the following: Demographic – does it match who you are currently serving? If not will it fit the product and/or service? Market Need – is there a need for the product and/or service? Competition – who is the competition? Barriers to Entry – are there any considerations when coming into the country? Regulation – some countries require certain government or regulatory matters, are there any? 30 pts Full Marks 0 pts No Marks 30 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSummarizes the position of the international venture based on the marketing analysis to either support or not support the international venture. 10 pts Full Marks 0 pts No Marks 10 pts Total Points: 100

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Describe the composition of its workforce, and the challenges you think it may face due to various types of diversity.

Minimum 500 words MLA Format Please cite sources
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M.B. Skaggs, an ambitious young man in the small Idaho town of American Falls, purchased a grocery store from his father in 1915. Skaggs’s business strategy was to give his customers a good value, and to expand by keeping a narrow profit margin. Safeway was the first to introduce produce pricing by the pound, open dating on perishables to assure freshness, nutritional labeling, even some of the first parking lots, all in the 1930s. Today, Safeway is established throughout many parts of the United States, and is continuing to grow.
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As you read the Safeway story and examine the company’s accolades on its website, consider how the company manages diversity. How does it use diversity to achieve competitive advantage? How large is Safeway’s workforce? Describe the composition of its workforce, and the challenges you think it may face due to various types of diversity. Do you think top management is committed to cultivating diversity at the company?

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The reference number should be excess the 10 resources.

I have explain in the attached file what part I need the research about ONLY THE HIGH LIGHTED PART IS REQUIRED. the organisation will be KFC, the language level should be intermediate level not advance. the reference number should be excess the 10 resources. the reference style mentionbcied in the file APA 7th edition.

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Literature review with the following sections

Literature review with the following sections
1- History of Servitization
2- Barriers of servitization
3- Drivebcirs of Servitization
4- De-Servitization Trend

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Include a cover page and five relevant citations and references listed at the end in apa bibliographic format.

. The case study is to be 7 – 9 pages, double spaced. Include a cover page and five relevant citations and references listed at the end in APA bibliographic format. Use APA style.Due Nov 15
University and Professor focbcius is on servant leadership.

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What are some of the strategies an organization can implement to gain a competitive advantage?

1. What is the relationship between strategy and competitive advantage?
2. Why is vision such an important component of leadership?
3. How do external competitive forces impact strategic management?
4. How does internal analysis influence the management strategy in dealing with its competition?
5. What are some of the strategies an organization can implement to gain a competitive advantage?
The typical response for each question would be two (2) paragraphs of 4-6 sentences each. The first sentence MUST answer the question in a general way so that the reader understands the response, even if the reader doesn’t have an in-depth background in the specific topic. You don’t want the reader to find the broad answer to the topic in the third or fourth sentence. Answer the question immediately and follow that with specific content that leads the reader down the path to further understanding. The supporting content must be in alignment with the first sentence and needs to be provided in order of importance and relevance. When you have exhausted all information that is important and relevant, then you should STOP. IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU PERFECT YOUR FIRST SENTENCE FOR EACH QUESTION BEFORE YOU PROCEED WITH THE SUPPORTING CONTENT AS PART OF YOUR PREPARATION.
As a suggestion, I would look at each question with a separate plan for each and think about all the concepts and terms that are related and relevant to the question. Make a diagram or some visionary outline that will provide guidance on how you would structure your response. Everyone has their own way of doing this, but you must SEE what you want to do to do it properly.
My approach to an essay exam is to search for all related concepts and terms that are related to the question being asked and the first sentence that I have constructed. I always look at my first sentence and stay in alignment with any concepts and terms I want to use. I also try to remember that I want to address the requirement to demonstrate my command of the content, my critical thinking skills, my reasoning that leads to problem-solving/decision-making, and my ever-dominant communication ability. I need to have command of this knowledge to the point that my ownership of it is reflected in my ability to communicate in an academic conversational manner. While conversational, it is still academic, and that takes work.
As I have mentioned many times before, my goal is to have you learn so that you are prepared for what is to come. I know this is important to you as well, but it is also important that this is reflected in how we measure that level of learning. I always look at your vision of what is expected as the “big picture” to a successful outcome. I also believe that “creating an urge to know” removes the pain of learning and motivates people to achieve in situations where they have not done so in the past. What we do now and in the future is what really matters, and the process we are doing currentbcily is part of it.

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A mix of practitioner and scholarly journals may be helpful in providing evidence to support your analysis and subsequent recommendations.

5.1. Case summary: Provide a brief general overview/synopsis of the whole case study. Make sure to describe the situation clearly but keep this section short.
5.2. Case analysis: In this section you should analyse the main issues from the case study as related to any 3 topics/themes (from the topics/themes of employee motivation, decision-making, power, influence, conflict & negotiation, and leadership in organisational settings). Use any relevant OB theories and concepts related to the 3 topics/themes you choose.
In writing this section, it is important that your arguments are supported by evidence obtained through your research. A mix of practitioner and scholarly journals may be helpful in providing evidence to support your analysis and subsequent recommendations.
5.3. Recommendations: Generate ideas and solutions to the problems identified in the critical analysis section. Several possible options should be suggested and evaluated. All recommendations need to be evidence based and draw from relevant OB concepts and theories. The recommendations need to be aligned with the problems identified in the previous section.
Formatting guidelines: Times New Roman/ Arial font, size 12 for the text and 14 for headings; normal margin (2.5-3 cm all around); double or 1.5 space for all paragraphs; number the pages and page numbers should be in line with the right margbciin at the bottom of each page.

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When refer any information from the text book please do apa citations.

Hi. Please help me do a case analysis on “Conflict and Negotiations” from the “Case Book” PDF File by using any theoretical theories from Chapter 12: Conflict, Negotiation, Power, and Politics Page 436-466 “Text Book” PDF File to analyze the case.
The “Case Book” PDF File refers to: Buller,P. and Schuller, R.; Managing Organizations & People: Cases in Management, Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management 7th Edition. Case: Pearl Jam’s Dispute with Ticketmaster. I also provided a link to the case book, just in case: https://archive.org/details/managingorganiza00bull/mode/2up.
The “Text Book” PDF File referes to: Hitt, Miller, and Colella; OB: Organizational Behavior 3rd Edition. Chapter 12: Communication Page 436-466.
There are so many pages, any theories would do, but please apply several theories to the paper since my professor wants a lot of our utilization of knowledge from the “Text Book” to the case to earn good grades. First paragraph I must write a brief introduction addressing major facts, players of the case (Case Book PDF File: Pearl Jam’s Dispute with Ticketmaster). (PLEASE DO NOT FOCUS MUCH ON THIS, NOT MAJORLY GRADED) For other paragraphs, I must provide a written discussion with an analysis of the issues in the case (Case Book PDF File: Pearl Jam’s Dispute with Ticketmaster). Also, I must try and offer SEVERAL advises/recommendations to the analysis by applying theories from the assigned reading (Text Book PDF File Chapter 12) since it is an assignment to take theory and put it into practice. I have to try reference as much as I can from the reading. (MAJORLY GRADED) When referring the theory to the case analysis, please also provide reference (APA), whether it’s from which part of “Text Book PDF File Chapter 12” or said by which experts from the text book. Do those experts support the theory or disagree with the theory etc.
DO NOT USE OUTSIDE SOURCES AT ALL. ONLY APPLY THEORIES FROM THE TEXT BOOK CHAPTER 12. WHEN REFER ANY INFORMATION FROM THE TEXT BOOK PLEASE DO APA CITATIONS.
Other requirements – U.S. writing style, Double-spaced with one-inch margins. Use a serif font; Times New Roman, 12-point. APA citations. Correbcict use of italics.
Thank You.

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2- barriers of servitization

Literature review with the following sections
1- History of Servitization
2- Barriers of servitization
3- Drivebcirs of Servitization
4- De-Servitization Trend