1. How does strategic analysis at the corporate level differ from strategic analysis at the business unit level? How are they related?
2. What are three types of opportunities through which a corporate parent could add value beyond the sum of its separate businesses?
Strategic analysis at the corporate level differs from strategic analysis at the business unit level, largely due to the larger scale and the macro level of strategic analysis at the corporate level. Corporate level strategic analysis will be of an all-encompassing nature, due to the fact that the information that is gained from this analysis will be used in a manner that will affect the business units that make up the corporation, as well as the ...
The solution answers the questions in 282 words, outlining the different kinds of strategic analysis in businesses and how they relate to each other as well as explaining three opportunities for adding value to child businesses.