Strategic Analysis Of P & G's Strategic Diamond

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Register to read the introduction… P&G does substantial investments globally, and uses acquisitions, joint ventures, and alliances to expand their market expertise. We can mention 3 key competencies P&G has developed: 1) understanding of the foreign marketplace, 2) ability to manage people in foreign markets, and 3) skills at managing foreign subsidiaries. Their global strategy includes innovation, increasing market share on core businesses while focusing on each business as well as on each industry, and investing in the developing segments. * Economic logic - explains how all the facets of the Diamond tie together to achieve business’ goals and satisfy key stakeholders.

The results of the analysis of P&G’s current strategy do not uncover any evident drawbacks. In order to assess the quality of current strategy we can use the questionnaire provided by authors of Strategic Diamond which consist from the following questions: * Does the strategy fit what’s going on in the environment? * Does the strategy exploit key
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Leaders should hold an impact on subordinates’ capability to accomplish tasks, not only through rewards offered while achieving objectives and but also through worth of objectives. Leader can motivate people by giving them satisfaction, motivating them to attempt job objectives, providing workers with appropriate working. The function of effective leader is to clearly reveal and explain paths to worker’s personal goals so that motivation to perform or job satisfaction is produced. The leader also has to not only understand the results over which he has certain power, enhance personal payoffs to employees on behalf of goal achievement, but also give direction and coaching, elucidate subordinates’ expectations, and increase opportunities for personal satisfactions dependent on performance. In order to achieve these goals path-goal theory suggests four style of leadership: Directive leadership, Supportive Leadership, Participative Leadership and Achievement-Oriented Leadership.
Directive style leadership must be applied when the task is difficult and unstructured. In this case, workers know what is expected from them and required guidance should be clarified by the leader regarding objectives and how these objectives will be

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