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The aims of BUSS1002 are to: Develop an understanding of the external environment of business through an analysis of the opportunities and threats (risks) presented by the economic, political and regulatory, socio- cultural, and technological environments.

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Ethics Applied ethics Economy Euthenics Social ethics Corporate social responsibility Law of obligations Social enterprise Social responsibility Stakeholder CSR Evolution of corporate social responsibility in India
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Ethics Applied ethics Economy Euthenics Social ethics Corporate social responsibility Law of obligations Social enterprise Social responsibility Stakeholder CSR Evolution of corporate social responsibility in India
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Understanding change 3. Type of environment: a. The number of variables that affect the company i. Complexity of the environment ii. Dynamism of the environment (quick versus slow change) iii. Uncertainty of the environment (predictability of the change) 4. Different forms of risk a. Strategic (predictable) risk b. Uncontrollable (unpredictable) risk ________________ 5. Opportunities & risks: managing outcomes a. There are two side to risk i. The potential for loss (downside) ii. The opportunity for higher profit and growth (upside) b. An opportunity can turn to risk - or visa versa - at slow or at great speed 6. ‘3D’ conceptual framework – interpret the global business context a. Spatial domain: local, national, international i. Opportunity and risk b. Temporal domain: past, present, future i. Change and disruption c. PEST model of analysis i. Political en...
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