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  • Global Communications

    Global Communications

    Introduction Competition in telecommunications has caused confidence on Wall Street to fall. Three years ago, Global Communications (GC) was trading shares at 28 dollars per share. The stock today is valued at only 11 dollars, more than 50% depreciation (University of Phoenix, 2008). In an attempt to remain competitive in

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  • Global Communications

    Global Communications

    Global Communications Corporation Problem Solution: Global Communications Corporation Global Communications faces a situation that is not unlike many companies face and certainly in the telecommunications industry. In a three year period, Global has seen its stock fall by more than 50% while the competition has become fiercer and more

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  • Global Communications

    Global Communications

    Situation Analysis and Problem Statement The competitive nature of the business world we live in has driven many telecommunication companies into making less than desirable profits. These companies face competition from all over the globe. All these companies are competing for the local and long distance markets, as well as

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  • Global Communications

    Global Communications

    Introduction The feature of the global economy is not the flow of goods, but the flow of capital, people, and information worldwide. With Globalization, time and space is no longer a barrier to making deals in the world. Computer networks permit instant transactions. Along with the increasing speed of

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  • Global Communications

    Global Communications

    Problem Solution: Global Communications In today's world stakeholder communication and employee development place a severe test on organizational development. When proper communication avenues are not maintained, the problems that surface while manageable in the beginning can become disastrous in the long-term. Senior Management of Global Communications looked out for only

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  • Global Communications

    Global Communications

    Running head: SITUATION ANALYSIS AND PROBLEM STATEMENT: GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION Situation Analysis and Problem Statement: Global Communications Corporation Sarah Brown University of Phoenix Situation Analysis and Problem Statement In business, companies are always competing with each other to remain the leader in the industry. Companies want to have a

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  • Global Communications

    Global Communications

    Running Head: ETHICAL FILTER WORKSHEET Running Head: ETHICAL FILTER WORKSHEET Ethical Filter Worksheet University of Phoenix Value Personal Source with Examples Justify the Value's Position in the List. Include any challenges to employing these values consistently when making personal and organizational decisions. Integrity First I always strive to do

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  • Global Communications

    Global Communications

    Masters in Business Administration: How an MBA program will help me in reaching my professional goals Two years into my undergraduate study, I had determined that the field of Economics was not what I aspired to pursue as a career. At the time however, I had no idea where

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  • Global Communications

    Global Communications

    Situation Analysis and Problem Statement: Global Communications A well established body of evidence now shows that the confidence in the telecommunication industry is waning. Stockholders are bemoaning diminishing returns and doubting the ability of the telecommunication industry to grow again. The economic pressure working against them was very noticeable in

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  • Global Communications

    Global Communications

    Global Communications is a corporation that is in a transitional period in its life. The industry is changing and Global Communications needs to rise above the rest and become a leader as they have in the past. Many problems arise with becoming an industry leader, but with analysis and hard

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  • Global Communications

    Global Communications

    Running head: PROBLEM SOLUTION: GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS Problem Solution: Global Communications Vanessa Lovell University of Phoenix Problem Solution: Global Communications Global Communications is in the midst of what they see as problems. They have had a decrease in profits and are discussing possible opportunities that can arise, such as outsourcing. Global

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  • Global Communications

    Global Communications

    Problem Solution: Global Communications Kathy E. Wagner University of Phoenix Problem Solution: Global Communications Well-known on Wall Street, Global Communications is a confident telecommunication corporation with obligations to its employees and stockholders to remain a competitive market leader in the communications industry and increase profits. To meet the obligations of

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  • Global Communications

    Global Communications

    Problem Solution: Global Communications [Unnecessary space] The following is an analysis of the problems evident in the Global Communications scenario. The management team within Global Communications is weak in many areas including internal communication, critical thinking, and problem solving skills. The lack of effective communication could easily be held to

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  • Global Communications

    Global Communications

    Essentially, benchmarking is a tool. This tool can be employed in several areas as an indicator of business profit margins, investment returns, market cycles, sales, and costs. Benchmarking can also be used to access product development, services, customer responsiveness and even in how a business might improve products and

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  • Global Communications

    Global Communications

    Running head: PROBLEM SOLUTION: GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS Problem Solution: Global Communications University of Phoenix MBA 500 Problem Solution: Global Communications Global communications has been under pressure. Its stock value has declined by more than 50% in the last two years. Shareholders are not happy. Competition has taken a bite out of

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  • Global Communications

    Global Communications

    An industry-wide trend of declining confidence has adversely affected the telecommunications industry. Global Communications (GC) is no exception. GC has experience a decrease in stock value over the last three years from $28 per share to $11 per share. Market saturation and competitive ingenuity have stunted GC's growth domestically. GC's

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  • Global Communications

    Global Communications

    Gap Analysis: Global Communications Global Communications is facing significant competition in the technology industry. In an effort to remain competitive the company has implemented strategies that may result in undesired consequences. The following analysis will summarize the gaps between the company's current state and the company's desired state. The analysis

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  • Global Communications

    Global Communications

    Gap Analysis: Global Communications This paper will discuss the results of the research in association with the scenario of Global Communications. The paper will identify the issues and opportunities, stakeholder perspectives and ethical dilemmas, create an end state vision, and perform a gap analysis. Situation Analysis Issue and Opportunity Identification

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  • Global Communications

    Global Communications

    Global Communications Paper This paper will begin with an overview of Global Communications present situation. This will be followed by Global Communications Leadership team’s plan for economic recovery. The author will then present a situation analysis that will include issues and opportunities identification and stakeholder’s perspectives. Then Global Communications end

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  • Global Communications

    Global Communications

    Running head: GAP ANALYSIS: GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS Gap Analysis: Global Communications Life lived to the utmost, with a business that fulfills all the expectations to its small business and consumer customers would ideally be the exceptional choice. Although easier said than done, it is not impossible. Why not customize a business

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  • Global Communications

    Global Communications

    Problem Solving Based Scenarios: An Approach to Identify Opportunities to Create Value for the Business Introduction Today’s realities of leadership include increasing competition and intensity, reducing cycle times and costs, and improving productivity while at the same time growing the business and meeting increasing customer and Wall Street expectations. These

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  • Global Communications

    Global Communications

    Global Communications is a telecommunications company that is feeling the frustration of its stockholders due to the falling price of its stock. In the last three years the stock has fallen from $28 to $11. Due to the competitive nature of the telecommunication business Global Communications, like many other companies

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  • Global Communications Benchmarking

    Global Communications Benchmarking

    RUNNING HEAD: GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS BENCHMARKING Global Communications Benchmarking Global Communications Benchmarking It has been said that the real test of leadership comes not during the good times when there are no challenges but instead during the times of greatest challenge and adversity. It would be difficult to be in business

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  • Global Communications Benchmarking

    Global Communications Benchmarking

    Global Communications Benchmarking Team A Jill Alesia, Dawn Becker, Daren Hughes, Dee Quattllebaum, Jennifer Williamson University of Phoenix MBA500 Sandra Payne April 23, 2007 Global Communications Benchmarking For the purpose of this paper, Team A conducted generic benchmarking in order to identify solutions to issues faced by Global Communications. Federal

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  • Global Communications Benchmarking

    Global Communications Benchmarking

    Running head: GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS BENCHMARKING Global Communications Benchmarking University of Phoenix Abstract Team-B has addressed the mind maps by observing the benchmarking elements to the scenario put forth by Global Communications. Using the material gathered in this scenario the team reviewed, Dell, Google, Xerox, Yahoo, General Electric Refrigeration, Hanesbrands, Inc.,

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  • Global Communications Benchmarking

    Global Communications Benchmarking

    Global Communications Benchmarking Introduction The following paper will discuss how AT&T and Bell South faced specific issues related to those identified with Global Communications and connected with the organizational communication, emotional intelligence, and organizational commitment course concepts. Furthermore, the paper will discuss an issue identified in the Global Communications scenario

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  • Global Communications Benchmarking

    Global Communications Benchmarking

    GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS: BENCHMARKING Global Communications: Benchmarking University of Phoenix Global Communications: Benchmarking The purpose of the Global Communications Benchmarking Research Paper is to assist students in the development of alternative solutions for Global Communications. First, each student selected two companies that were faced with issues that were similar to the

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  • Global Communications Benchmarking

    Global Communications Benchmarking

    Global Communications Benchmarking Global Communications has several problems facing it due to their outsourcing project and the accompanying layoffs. Team A focused on four issues facing Global Communications and used generic benchmarking to find possible solutions. The issues faced were not unique to Global Communications and in fact are common

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  • Global Communications Benchmarking

    Global Communications Benchmarking

    Global Communications Benchmarking -Team A Research The traditional telecommunications industry has fallen on some hard times. The industry has lost market share and financial value. Global Communications has not been spared in this downturn. It has lost market share to the cable television industry and other telecommunications companies, and it

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  • Global Communications Benchmarking And Gap Analysis

    Global Communications Benchmarking And Gap Analysis

    Global Communications Benchmarking Research The leadership of Global Communication lost their vision for the company and the employees. In an attempt to remain competitive, the leaders missed the mark in looking for the best solutions to their problems of decreased revenue and productivity. Staying in touch with the strategies that

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