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Present a current critical strategic analysis of One Business Unit within General Electric (Example)

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General Electric Analysis Name: Affiliate: Code: Date: Introduction General Electric abbreviated as GE is an American corporation. It is headquartered in Fairfield Connecticut (Sarwar 2017). The firm is a competitor in diverse industries globally. GE operates in four diverse business segments; Technology Infrastructure Home and Business Solutions Energy Infrastructure and finally GE Capital. Under the energy infrastructure the firm invests heavily in green energy that is renewable energy. Renewable energy entails the energy which is sourced from renewable sources such as solar energy geothermal waves wind and hydro-energy amongst others. In contrast to nonrenewable energy sources the renewable sources cannot be depleted hence are replenished from time to time (Twidell & Weir 2015). GE Company has focused most of its operations in renewable energy. With the rising demand “to go green ” GE has gained competitive against its competitors. As a financial energy and technology service provider company GE G. Kotler P. Harker M. and Brennan R. 2015. Marketing: an introduction. Pearson Education. Conte A. and Vivarelli M. 2014. Succeeding in innovation: key insights on the role of R&D and technological acquisition drawn from company data. Empirical economics  47(4) pp.1317-1340. Ge Website 2018. General Electric Company General Electric 2011 Annual report Gerenewableenergy.com. 2018. Wind Hydro and Solar Power | GE Renewable Energy. [online] Available at: gerenewableenergy.com [Accessed 29 Jan. 2018]. Jurevicius O. 2014. How to Invest in a Great Portfolio with GE-McKinsey. [online] Strategic Management Insight. Available at: www.strategicmanagementinsight.com [Accessed 29 Jan. 2018]. Porter M. 2012. Summary of the Value Chain Framework by Porter. Abstract. [online] Valuebasedmanagement.net. Available at: http: [Accessed 29 Jan. 2018]. Pyzdek T. and Keller P.A. 2014. The six sigma handbook (Vol. 4). New York: McGraw-Hill Education. Sarwar H. 2017. Implications of Performance Appraisal at General Electric Company. Archives of Business Research  4(4). Twidell J. & Weir T. 2015. Renewable energy resources. Routledge. [...]

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You are required to cover the following topics covered in the module: Resource Audit Value Systems Product/Service portfolio (BCG Matrix) Potential future strategic growth Identification of options Evaluation of options

Subject Area: Management

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Very detailed in analysis, and leaves little or nothing to be proof-read. Nice job!

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02.04.2018

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