The Implementation of Nadler-Tushman Congruence Model to Assess an Organizations Output

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THE IMPLEMENTATION OF NADLER-TUSHMAN CONGRUENCE MODEL TO ASSESS AN ORGANIZATIONS OUTPUT CASE: OUTPUTS DIAGNOSIS, SLP: TIME WARP 3 TRIDENT UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL AVIE MARIE JOHNSTONE MBA INTEGRATIVE PROJECT BUS 599 MODULE 4 SESSION LONG PROJECT …show more content…
With this in mind, we can analyze how the products evolved when Mr. Schmoe was in charge. The following table depicts the price and R&D percentage for each tablet over the preceding four years (since the last run) and whether or not the particular tablet production was discontinued or not. The graphs also depict the revenue generated and profit from the different tablets over the time period I was in charge of making the decisions instead of Mr. Schmoe.
Annual Pricing & R&D Allocations |
| 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 |
X5 | Price: $300 | Price: $300 | Price: $275 | Price: $260 |
| R&D: 5% | R&D: 1% | R&D: 0% | R&D: 0% |
| Discontinue? No | Discontinue? No | Discontinue? No | Discontinue? No |
X6 | Price: $375 | Price: $380 | Price: $385 | Price: $390 |
| R&D: 40% | R&D: 39% | R&D: 35% | R&D: 35% |
| Discontinue? No | Discontinue? No | Discontinue? No | Discontinue? No |
X7 | Price: $120 | Price: $125 | Price: $130 | Price: $135 |
| R&D: 55 % | R&D: 60 % | R&D: 65% | R&D: 65% |
| Discontinue? No | Discontinue? No | Discontinue? No | Discontinue? No |
Revenue
Profit
2014-2105 Financial Data
| This Year | Last Year | % Change |
Revenue | | | |
Total Sales | 7,685,514 | 5,712,453 | 26% |
Revenue | 1,396,749,808 | 1,308,121,078 | 6% |
Cost | | | |
Variable Costs | 715,848,398 | 739,090,570 | -3 |
Fixed Costs |

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