General motors strategic management and strategic competitiveness
Business operations of general motors have been remarkably impacted by the change in technology and globalization. Due to the competition that is as a result of globalization, the business has been forced to change its business plans for it to retain its customers and also add more. The companies have expanded its businesses into 37 more countries with the aim remaining competitive and reaching more customer (Volberda, 2011). This has been made possible by emergence of new markets in India, Eastern Europe and china.
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The mission inspires the company to continue its dedication in provision of high-quality products and also maintaining high standards for employees and stakeholders. Employees and stakeholders are expected to share the success of the company together and also work together to ensure that superior returns on investments are realized and maintained. The supply chain management strategy guides The Company to providing high-quality products and services with the latest technology in a competitive price, the reason that has helped it to remain in competitive.
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