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    Development of a Research Question Having picked my topic of interest “The Harley Davidson Biker” I needed to explore options for the question. I started out with “What is the culture of the Harley Davidson biker?”. That was too small; there was very little information. I expanded the question to “What is the biker culture?” and that returned more results. I then narrowed it down to “How has the biker culture changed over the years?”. This seems to be a more valid question that readers would have an interest in, may already have an opinion about, and that could enlighten their perspective. The Six Steps The first step was to come up with a topic that I was interested in and that would be of interest to others. The biker culture has been a fascination for a vast majority of the public. They have an image created by one perspective of the culture and not the reality of the whole community of bikers. A study of the biker culture and how it has changed over the years could be one way to change the public position. Changing the stance that the public has regarding the biker culture will be an eye-opening challenge that could reveal a greater acceptance of the biker…

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    With the production of a complicated machine, such as a motorcycle, the manufacturing and distribution process can quickly diminish revenue. Harley Davidson has adopted a system in which, the motorcycle parts, are built at various locations and eventually become assembled in only two manufacturing plants within the United States. After the motorcycles are built, they are shipped to independently owned and operated Harley Davidson stores nationwide. This provides many benefits to Harley Davidson…

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    The company of Harley-Davidson, Inc. (Harley-Davidson) is known to be an organization that fabricates cruisers. The company does a lot of things. They produce, outline, make parts, frill, market bikes and also general stock on wholesale premises. They also do a thing such as offer people financing in wholesale and they offer protection projects to clients within not only the USA but in Canada too. They also conduct business within the e commerce world. In this they offer parts for cruisers.…

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    Factors Affecting H-D Harley-Davidson is motivated to expand some markets, and to enter in others. Harley-Davidson has seen growth with Baby Boomers and Generation X. Now that these generations are aging, their motorcycle purchases are on the decline. Overall, it is said the motorcycles are being traded in recreational vehicles (RV). This has brought attention to the new open market of Millennials, as well as the opportunity to retain current customers with electric vehicles. A major…

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    imperative. It drives growth and future success for companies. Most companies are trapped competing in red oceans because they define their industry similarly, focus on the same buyer group, define the scope of the products and services offered by their industry similarly and they focus on the same point in time and often on current competitive threats in formulating strategies. However, Harley-Davidson has not followed these same guidelines, so they are not currently trapped in the red…

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    Harley Davidson Motor Company is an American motorcycle manufacture of Harley Davidson motorbike since 1903 and most recently Buell. Harley Davidson up until 2006 had reported record sales and market share. However, the company is struggling to maintain its market share because of competition from other motorcycle company who are manufacturing affordable lightweight motorcycle targeting a younger population. Harley Davidson brand resonate well with an older more mature younger generation that is…

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    Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Company As we all may or do know, there are a variety cars and motorcycles available to the American consumers to purchase, however, when it comes to touring motorcycles, the Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Company, (H-D.M.C.), has been the forerunner among all of the motorcycle companies, thereby, achieving the status of Cadillac of Motorcycles. In 1901, William “Bill” Harley was twenty one when he designed, in a small shed in his back yard, a blueprint of a small engine…

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    The organization’s mission, vision, and values. What does it tell you about the company, their culture, their direction? Does it convey the purpose and primary objectives of the company? If so, how, if not what is missing? Based on the Harley Davidson’s mission, vision, and value statements the message is clear and not complex. H-D is committed to fulfilling dreams and creating memorable experiences for their customers and their core values define the manner in which that should happen from a…

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    Harley-Davidson, Inc. was founded in 1903 by William Harley and the Davidson Brothers, William, Arthur, and Walter. The first model motorcycle was built in the Davidson’s garage, and was a three-horsepower engine. In 1969, Harley-Davidson saw its first glimpse of competition from Honda, when Honda introduced a four-cylinder motorcycle, which was more advanced than anything Harley-Davidson made. Harley was acquisitioned by AMF around 1969, and that brought more problems for the company. The…

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    Harley Davidson’s goal is to make the Harley Davidson culture an integrated part of the youth culture in India as said by Sanjay Tripathi, The Marketing Director. The company has 15 dealership facilities across India: New Delhi, Gurgaon, Chandigarh, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Kochi, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Indore, Pune, Goa, Jaipur and Navi Mumbai. Harley Rock Riders and Harley Owners Group (HOG) are part of the lifestyle marketing done by Harley Davidson. Digital media is also a part…

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