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Environmental Pressures in an Organization

Use the organization where you currently work or one where you may have worked as a point of reference for evaluating environmental and organizational pressures.

1/ Create a table where at least three (3) organizational pressures and at least three (3) environmental pressures in the organization are illustrated and rank those pressures according to their influence.
2/ Describe in detail the environmental and organizational pressures that exist in the organization and how they have evolved over time.
3/ Explain how the identified environmental and organizational pressures impact the company from a financial perspective.
4/ Explain how the identified environmental and organizational pressures impact you personally and / or the other employees of the company.
5/ Assess how the organization has reacted to the organizational and environmental pressures identified in Criterion 1.
6/ Propose at least one (1) strategy that could be utilized to reduce one (1) of the environmental pressures identified in Criterion 1 and at least one (1) strategy that could be utilized to reduce one (1) of the organizational pressures identified in Criterion 1.

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1/ Create a table where at least three (3) organizational pressures and at least three (3) environmental pressures in the organization are illustrated and rank those pressures according to their influence.

Try and think of the organizational, such as, a financial institution, where pressures reflect in terms of work team's ability to function as the planned incentive to reaching stability. The workforce is constantly a concern in relieving pressures - to having sufficient labor levels that will support the business continuity objectives and initiatives. In addition, the financial stability can contribute towards the inability in maintaining resources that either supports the work teams or management vision for future project initiatives. While the noted environmental pressures either external in regards to political, legal, or even social-cultural factors can greatly impact the organization's goal for efficiency, such as:

a) The economy - the aim in reaching a profitable level within the organization entails managing possible threats that could relate towards competition, high turnovers of employees, and limited talent pool of highly skill set employees.

b) Socio-Cultural Factors - the challenges in defining the different make-ups of external interactions with core groups that can either support or damage the overall business organization strategy for ...

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The analysis into how organizational and environmental issues can impact the business in moving forward.

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