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Porters Five Forces of Google 2019

Using Google’s Porter’s five forces analysis, this report helps us analyze the nature of competition Google faces and how search engine industry five forces including bargaining power of buyers, suppliers, and the rest of the five forces are affecting the search engine industry and Google in particular. The report goes on to show that Googles dominance of the search engine industry is partly down to the power it wields over some of the five forces. For instance, Google wields considerable power of its suppliers and buyers, a situation compounded by the low threat posed by Google substitutes or new entrants in the search engine industry.

Pestle and Swot Analysis of Google 2019

Google has become the biggest search engine globally commanding 86.02% of the market followed by Bing, Yahoo and Baidu with 6.55%, 3.27% and 1.08% respectively as of 2018. The tech giant has created a near monopoly in the global search market commanding the biggest market share in UK, USA and across many European countries.
However, a macro environmental analysis of Google’s business environment using Pestel reveals several factors that may hinder future growth of the tech giant. One of the major political issues likely to further hinder Google is continued trade tensions between USA and China. 
Using PESTLE, this report thus discusses how trade tensions between China and USA will impact the company. The report will also examines threats from economic, social, technological, legal and environmental issues while also identifying the available growth opportunities in Google’s business environment Using Google’s SWOT analysis, the report looks at the search giants key strengths and weaknesses and how it can use these strengths to mitigate threats and take advantage of arising external opportunities. 

Porters Five Forces of Google 2019

Using Google’s Porter’s five forces analysis, this report helps us analyze the nature of competition Google faces and how search engine industry five forces including bargaining power of buyers, suppliers, and the rest of the five forces are affecting the search engine industry and Google in particular. The report goes on to show that Googles dominance of the search engine industry is partly down to the power it wields over some of the five forces. For instance, Google wields considerable power of its suppliers and buyers, a situation compounded by the low threat posed by Google substitutes or new entrants in the search engine industry.

Pestle and Swot Analysis of Google 2019

Google has become the biggest search engine globally, commanding 86% of the search market, followed by Bing, Yahoo and Baidu with 6.55%, 3.27% and 1.08% respectively as of 2018. The US tech giant has created a near monopoly in the global search market commanding the biggest market share in UK, USA and across many European countries.
However, a macro environmental analysis of Google’s business environment using Pestel reveals several factors that may hinder future growth of the tech giant. One of the major political issues likely to further hinder Google is continued trade tensions between USA and China. 
Using PESTLE, this report discusses how trade tensions between China and USA will impact the company. The report will also examines threats from economic, social, technological, legal and environmental issues while also identifying the available growth opportunities in Google’s business environment Using Google’s SWOT analysis, the report looks at the search giants key strengths and weaknesses and how it can use these strengths to mitigate threats and take advantage of arising external opportunities. 

Pestle and Swot Analysis of Xiaomi 2020-2021

The year 2020 wasnt a good year for Xiaomi. The US Department of Defence added Xiaomi to a list of Chinese companies that are not allowed to receive any American investment and are to be faced with tough restrictions to their businesses. The US accuses the companies of having ties to the Chinese military and/or being Communist Chinese Military companies. Xiaomi also faces intense competition from both high-end smartphone manufacturers like Apple and Samsung who unlike Xiaomi, charge premium prices but have managed to command a large market share due to their quality and strong brand names. It also faces intense competition from its fellow low price smartphone category competitors like Huawei, Vivo and Oppo who have achieved dominance in markets like China. Infact, Oppo rose for the first time in January 2021 to become the leading smartphone in China with a market share of 21%, followed closely by Vivo with 20% while Xiaomi, Apple and Huawei ranked third each with 16%. 

In this comprehensive strategy analysis, we analyse Xiaomi's external and internal business environment using Pestle and Swot in order to understand the existing and future trends in the smartphone industry and their effect on Xiaomi, that is to say, whether they present opportunities that can be harnessed or threats that need to be mitigated.   

PESTLE and SWOT analysis of Huawei 2020-2021

After facing multiple bans in some of its most critical markets in the West such as the United States, and UK, Huawei has also been contending with total bans in markets from other core Asian markets including Taiwan, Japan, Australia, New Zealand etc. Many of the western countries mentioned have security concerns about China and the possibility that it could use it’s 5G network equipment to spy on other countries. Such bans have posed grave obstacles to Huawei’s production capacity so much that even with the technology giant developing its own operating system, finding good quality and original components will still be challenging. In addition, Huawei has lost market share of the 5G network in crucial European markets including the core UK market, leaving alternative suppliers like Nokia and Ericsson to quickly jump in to claim it. This is an example of political factors from the external business environment that can severely impact the operations of a business.

Using key strategic frameworks including PESTLE, and SWOT, the report will identify the major drivers of change behind Huawei’s external global environment looking at the general trends and shifts driving the global mobile and telecommunications industry in general. This will help us understand not just how Huawei is being impacted by its external environment, but also how can it can utilise its brand competencies to help it take advantage of ever changing environmental opportunities while at the same time neutralising fatal threats that are continually threatening its very survival.

Huawei Porters Five Forces Analysis 2020-2021

Huawei is a globally recognized telecommunications, equipment and service company majorly dealing in the design, manufacture and marketing of processors, smartphones and tablets. This report mainly examines the smartphone market, one of the most prominent global oligopolies over the last 5-6 years with both high end (Apple and Samsung) and low-end market players (Huawei and Xiaomi). In the smartphone market, Huawei is a low-cost producer, the most fiercely competitive hence it faces extreme competition from especially fellow low cost Chinese rivals including Xiaomi, OPPO, Lenovo, ZTE among others who produce similar products. This report analyzes how industry competition has affected Huawei and examines the various opportunities through which Huawei can grow and develop its brand name amidst challenges. Nevertheless, Huawei still faces major threats such as major competitors who have greatly hindered its growth and development. This analysis concludes by showing major points (factors) where competition is intense and some strategies Huawei can use to overcome them. 

Spotify Porters Five Forces Analysis 2020-2021

In this case study report, we leverage the Porters five forces framework to help us to recognize and analyze the important forces that are determining the profitability of the global music streaming industry. Using Porters five forces, we will evaluate the nature of competitiveness in the global music streaming industry and the impact of the five forces on Spotify, and its competitors as well as the entire industry structure and help us understand strategies Spotify is using to stay competitive, accordingly.

Demonstrate the importance of Employee Wellbeing as a function of HRM in organisations

Employee wellbeing as a topic has gained more traction in recent years, becoming central in the HR agenda. Work intensification and negative consequences for employee’s moral have become a common issue. In recent years, there has been an explosion in stress-related illness and work place absence, bringing to light the need to refocus on employee well-being. On top of this, growing interest in corporate social responsibility within organizations has forced organizations to create healthy workplaces not just for general performance, but also as a responsibility to society to ensure employees are well treated and healthy. In this HRM case study, we are going to define and explain the concept of Employee Wellbeing, and what physical processes/activities/initiatives might indicate whether an organisation is investing in the wellbeing of its people. The case study will further analyse any limitations on how much an employer should interfere with an individual employee’s lifestyle, considering the legal perspective of ‘Duty of Care’ that organisations have for their employees.

Define resourcing and outline at least two central HRM objectives that resourcing facilitates

Employee resourcing is a segment of human resource management that deals with the recruitment or hiring and releasing of employees as well as managing their potential and performance while working for an organization. It is an essential part of the success of every business irrespective of size because it ensures that the company employs the right people. Effective hiring and firing is essential in attracting the best candidates which in turn reduces staff turnover and improves employee performance. Resourcing answers a number of organizational questions including whether a given individual is the right person to employ, while on the side of the employee, it answers the question of whether the give job and situation are right for him/her. In this case study, we look at resourcing, outlining atleast two central HRM objectives that
resourcing facilitates. Further, we outline the various alternative recruitment methods, critically evaluating one 
of the methods outlined, highlighting the merits and demerits of the methods chosen from both employer’s and employees’ perspectives.

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