ASSIGNMENT ID
367790
SUBJECT AREA Management
DOCUMENT TYPE Reports
CREATED ON 24th January 2018
COMPLETED ON 30th January 2018
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Present a current critical strategic analysis of ONE Business Unit within General Electric

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
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