5. An organization's external environment consists of the general or macro environment and:
a) The internal environment
b) The competitive environment
c) The specific environment
d) The micro-environment
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6. The term 'corporate strategy' concerns strategy and strategic decisions
a) In the private sector only.
b) Developed by the senior management in an organization.
c) In certain types of organizations.
d) At all levels in an organization.
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7. A key characteristic of strategic decisions is:
a) They are normally definite decisions about the future of the organization.
b) They identify specific areas of strategic interest for the management of an organization.
c) They result in better organizational performance.
d) They are likely to be concerned with, or affect, the long-term direction of an organization.
The answer is "They are likely to be concerned with, or affect, the long-term direction of an organisation, letter D. [smile] Do you need further assistance?
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8. It is possible to identify different levels of strategy in an organization, these are:
a) Corporate and functional.
b) Corporate and Business
c) Strategic and tactical.
d) Corporate; strategic business unit; operational.
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9. An organisation's mission can be defined as:
a) The overriding purpose in line with the values or expectations of stakeholders.
b) The overriding purpose regardless of the values or expectations of stakeholders.
c) The organisation's business plan.
d) The desired future state of the organisation.
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10. Strategic choices require an understanding of:
a) the business environment, the competition and the strategic capability of the organisation.
b) The key drivers of change.
c) The organisational strengths and weaknesses.
d) The underlying bases for future strategy at business unit and corporate levels; the options for developing strategy in terms of directions and methods of development.
Strategic choices require an understanding of:
d) the underlying bases for future strategy at business unit and corporate levels; the options for developing strategy in terms of directions and methods of development. [
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11. In Porter's Five Forces, the 'threat of new entrants' relates to:
b) Switching costs
c) Buyer power
d) Barriers to entry
d) Barriers to entry
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