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Analyzing several factors of a major corporation

1.Pick a major corporation and incorporate all of the items from the first three papers.

2.Identify the current CEO and describe tenure, compensation, background and organizational impact. Also identify the members and positions of the board of directors.

3.Analyze a recent real world business issue and decision that had a significant impact on the company and especially their global market.

4.Identify any and all ethical concerns that are presented by this issue and what steps by leadership were made to mitigate the ethical concerns.

5.Highlight the current markets, countries, or companies that may have benefited or suffered a strategic loss as a result of this issue.

6.What strategic management principles were created, shaped, or developed as a result of the analysis of this issue.

7.Analyze the results of this decision.

8.Make a prediction about the long term impart of this decision and impact on the prospects of the company.

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1. Pick a major corporation and incorporate all of the items from the first three papers.

Try and select a major corporation where their financial or background information is available for public review as well as analysis. In the selection of a major corporation the longer in operation the better to assure a sufficient analysis can entail a conclusion on management decision making and global market position. Some major corporations have limited public disclosures, such as, Apple Corporation but more openly ranging from Costco's to Disney Corporation.

2. Identify the current CEO and describe tenure, compensation, background and organizational impact. Also identify the members and positions of the board of directors.

In the selection of Costco's, the senior leadership Craig Jelinek, as CEO total compensation is at $2.2 million with an annual salary of $350,000 and impressive strategic decision making (MoneyCnn.com, 2013). The Costco's corporation is second ranking to Wal-Mart as retailer provider for the general public and varies products prices as well as employees compensation. Thus, the objective is in a strategic position within the targeted marketplace as either a leader to both managing salaries as well as profitability. In recent years, the Costco Corporation continued to demonstrate a functional operation that hones on investing in their human capital model than the competitors focusing on profitability only. Furthermore, the Costco investor profile offers an outlook to the type of stakeholders and board of directors for creating a sufficient understand towards making appropriate decisions on the company's behalf, such as, wages, product selections, and pricing matrix.

3.Analyze a recent real world business issue and decision that had a significant impact on the company and especially their global market.

Try and connect the debate on fair compensation with companies, especially, the fast food restaurants or mega-retail department stores policies for salary frameworks strategies. In the competitive global marketplace the challenges to effectively competitive grows stronger as the time progresses and new strategic alliances (third party venders, opening more global offices, increasing consumer base) that impact business decisions. For instance, the Wal-mart and fast restaurants struggle to keep employees from striking due to low salary wages compared to ...

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The expert analyzes the several factors of a major corporation. The current CEO and tenures are described.

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