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“It is used to organize information, identify issues, determine solutions, and suggest opportunities” (Harmon, 2015). SWOT analysis show presents the company’s strengths and weaknesses, which are internal factors, as well as threats and opportunities, which are external factors (Harmon, 2015). Figure 1 SWOT analysis (Mandersheild, 2010; Shumsky, 2006; LinkedIn Corporation, n.d.). Recommendations to Address Issues According to Pearson Education, Inc. (2009), Merger success rates are increased when HR is involved (Pearson
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Franchising and decision variables The article in Franchising versus company-run operations: Modal choice in the global hotel sector discusses the various aspects considered by well-established hotels when they face the dilemma of whether to franchise a new hotel in a new geography or actually own the hotel themselves. The article is helpful in drawing the parallels for franchising decisions in service industry and especially pretty apt for the services which include high initial capital investment. The authors (F J Contractor & S K Kundu) borrow the definition of franchising from Caves & Murphy 1976 at the onset of the article and visualize the prospective franchisee as the sales agent or distributor of the brand owner.
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Tesco has 6,784 stores in different parts of UK and US (Myers, 2004, p. 1). In 1994, the company starts Tesco, which is a chain of small-size stores. They have a traditional operation style and are located in small towns, city centres and fuel stations. In this report, the focus is on Tesco Express and its
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