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BUSS1000 Future of Business Complete Notes

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High quality notes that clearly and comprehensively outline the entire course. Complied from the textbook, lecture notes, tutorials, readings and additional Women's College tutorials. Ideal supplement or replacement for the textbook as it concisely covers the entire course. Includes examples discussed in lectures, as well as some additional research. Color coded too easily differentiate between examples and notes.

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Economy Business Management Strategic management Michael Porter Value proposition Marketing Customer relationship management Business model Value chain Market segmentation Corporate social responsibility
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Economy Business Management Strategic management Michael Porter Value proposition Marketing Customer relationship management Business model Value chain Market segmentation Corporate social responsibility
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g. water and food shortages, youth UE, pop growth, poverty, climate change, inequality, global security etc. • Many orgs look to solve these problems o Climate Action Network of Australia → advocate for a better climate change awareness o Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation → curing easily preventable diseases o Tesla → electric motor vehicles to reduce carbon emissions • Limitations: o Complex o Stakeholders/shareholders o Manifestations of bigger social trends and shifts MEGATRENDS John Naisbitt: large, transformative processes with global reach, broad scope, and a fundamental and dramatic impact → direct link to Wicked problems • Evolving communities o World pop 7.5b 2016 → 10b 2050 o 2015-2100 growth generation from Asia to Africa o Millennials are largest generation in history → will continue to happen o 8% world pop over 65 in 2015 → 13% by ...
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