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Which forces in the environment are most difficult for FMC Green River to manage? Why? In what way does the need to manage these forces influence the organization's structure and culture?

I have searched the web, cybrary, and text books assigned to me for this class. I am still having problems find information on the questions below:

"Which forces in the environment are most difficult for FMC Green River to manage? Why? In what way does the need to manage these forces influence the organization's structure and culture?"

These are the questions in which I must answer, but am unable to find the information in which I need to proceed with. I have been unsuccessful in finding any information on the environmental issues for FMC Green River, so that is making it hard for me to answer the questions on the organization's structure and culture.

Can you please assist me with some information? The case study book and text book did not help me. And I kept striking out on the web too.

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"Which forces in the environment are most difficult for FMC Green River to manage? Why? In what way does the need to manage these forces influence the organization's structure and culture?"

The first force in the environment that is most difficult for FMC Green River to manage is the union United Steel Workers of America. This is because any changes that Dailey may make to the terms of employment especially those relating to remuneration and promotion will come under the sharp scrutiny of the Union and any 'spontaneous' gesture on part of the management will be criticized and objected to by the union. The union ...

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