Corporate Level Strategy
Corporate-level strategies address the entire strategic scope of the enterprise. This is the "big picture" view of the organization and includes deciding in which product or service markets to compete and in which geographic regions to operate. It is fundamentally concerned with the selection of businesses in which the company should compete and with the development and coordination of that portfolio if businesses. In short, it is concerned with reach, competitive contact, managing ...
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I need to understand what is this assignment is seeking? Assignment: Review the web sites of the following companies participating in the power tool industry: Black and Decker, Makita, Bosch, Porter Cable.List as many corporate, business, functional, and operating strategies for each company as you can glean from the posted literature.
What is meant by: "List as many corporate, business, functional, and operating strategies for each company (like Black and Decker) as you can glean from the posted literature."
Should this be broken down into:
"The book covers that there are "competitive strategies" and that competitive strategies are considered "functional strategies" such as production processes and then it includes marketing strategies where they describe differentiation and positioning. Would then every strategy fall under functional strategies?
Where would R&D's strategies fit amongst strategies...business or operating? This assigment is unclear as the text and assignment poorly intertwine.