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When an organization remains with its core industry, this is an example of a ________ strategy. (Points : 5) concentration forward integration backward integration
horizontal integration related diversification
When an organization remains with its core industry, this is an example of a concentration strategy.
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User: When an organization remains with its core industry, this is an example of a ________ strategy. (Points : 5) concentration forward integration backward integration horizontal integration related diversification

Weegy: When an organization remains with its core industry, this is an example of a concentration strategy.
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User: The types of renewal strategies include (Points : 5) retrenchment strategy. turnaround strategy. diversification strategy. retrenchment and turnaround strategies. None of the answer choices is correct

User: A concentration strategy (Points : 5) does not enable an organization to become very good at what it does. cannot cause the organization to become vulnerable to industry and other external environmental shifts. allows the firm to diversify into new industries. is a growth strategy in which the organization concentrates on its primary line of business and looks for ways to meet its growth objectives through expanding its activities or operations in its core business. None of the answer choices is correct.

Weegy: D. is a growth strategy in which the organization concentrates on its primary line of business and looks for ways to meet its growth objectives through expanding its activities or operations in its core business.
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User: The ________ strategy is one in which the organization maintains its current size and current level of business operations. (Points : 5) stability concentration diversification backward integration forward integration

Weegy: When an organization remains with its core industry, this is an example of a concentration strategy.
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Diversifying into a completely different industry from the organization's current operations is referred to as (Points : 5) concentric diversification. vertical diversification. conglomerate diversification. horizontal diversification. related diversification.
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Diversifying into a completely different industry from the organization's current operations is congomerate diversification.
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Related diversification is ________ unrelated diversification. (Points : 5) less effective than more effective than just as effective as less profitable than None of the answer choices is cor
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Related diversification is more effective than unrelated diversification.
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