Question – Strategy Consultant For a Stated Client Organisation.
In your confirmed role as a Strategy Consultant for a stated client organisation, you have to report to the CEO upon your findings and recommendations for future competitive sustainability.
The tasks to be completed in your report are
Produce an industry background statement with an assessment of your client’s current competitive position. [10 marks 400 words]
2. STRATEGIC ANALYSIS
Using established conventions submit a carefully evaluated environmental analysis from which to propose justified strategic re-direction for the business to be achieved over the next 3-5 years. [20 marks 800 words]
3. STRATEGIC PURPOSE
Critically evaluate the relevance of the client’s Vision and Mission statements as well as their current Core Values for future alignment of these statements of strategic intent with your business re-direction proposals.[15 marks 600 words]
4. STRATEGY OPTIONS FOR GROWTH
Using authoritative methodologies, provide a framework for growth within which your proposed strategic direction can be achieved. Set growth targets over the next 3 years. [20 marks 800 words].
FURTHER GUIDELINES For Question – Strategy Consultant For a Stated Client Organisation
•The submission of your work assessment should be organized and clearly structured in a report format.
•Maximum word length allowed is 4000 words, excluding words in charts & tables and in the appendixes section of your assignment.
•This assignment is worth 100% of the final assessment of the module.
•Student is required to submit a type-written document in Microsoft Word format with Times New Roman font type, size 12 and line spacing 1.5.
•Indicate the sources of information and literature review by including all the necessary citations and references adopting the Harvard Referencing System.
•Students who have been found to have committed acts of Plagiarism are automatically considered to have failed the entire module. If found to have breached the regulation for the second time, you will be asked to leave the course.