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People and Events Identify: Rachel Carson, Kyoto Protocol, Neil Armstrong, World Trade

World History: Modern Times | 3rd Edition | ISBN: 9780078678554 | Authors: Jackson S. Spielvogel ISBN: 9780078678554 494

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People and Events Identify: Rachel Carson, Kyoto Protocol, Neil Armstrong, World Trade Organization.

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Name:__________________________________________________________Class time:____________ 1) Define strategic planning. 2) List two companies/institutions we used as a case study to investigate strategic planning. 3) McDonald’s mission is to be “____________________________________________________.” 4) Draw the 4 steps of strategic planning (see figure 2.1). Label which steps are Corporate level. 5) Do you think Leonard Berry is right (see slide 9) Explain. 6) Fill-in the blank: (Mission Statements) Hint: see table 2.1 Company Product-Oriented Definition Market-Oriented Definition Hulu Wal-Mart Do you understand the difference between product and market oriented Be sure y

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Textbook: World History: Modern Times
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Author: Jackson S. Spielvogel
ISBN: 9780078678554

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