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      • Business environment includes the ‘climate’ or set of conditions: economic, social, political or institutional which have a direct or indirect bearing on the functioning of business
      • It signifies external forces, factors and institutions that are beyond the control of the business and they affect the functioning of a business enterprise .
      • Business environment is the sum total of all factors internal & external to the business firm that greatly influence their functioning
      • It covers factors and forces like customers, competitors, suppliers, government , and the social, cultural, political, technological and legal conditions.
      • The changes in business environment are unpredictable.
      • Business Environment differs from place to place, region to region and country to country. Ex: Political conditions in India differ from those in Pakistan. Taste and values cherished by people in India and China vary considerably.
      • Business environment is complicated and active in nature and has a far-reaching impact on the survival and growth of the business.
      • Determining Opportunities and Threats
      • Giving Direction for Growth
      • Continuous Learning
      • Image Building
      • Meeting Competition
      • Identifying Firm’s Strength and Weakness: Business environment helps to identify
    • Types of environment Internal environment External environment Micro environment Macro environment ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS
      • Important internal factors which have a bearing on the decisions of a business firm and which are generally controllable because the company has control over these factors :
      • Value system
      • Vision, mission and objectives
      • Management structure and nature
      • Internal power relationship
      • Human resources
      • Company image
      The internal environment is the environment that has a direct impact on the business.
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    • Ranbaxy’s mission : “ to become a research based international pharmaceutical company ”- has driven it to enter the foreign markets and development. Thus the business domain of the company, priorities, direction of development, business philosophy, business policy etc, are guided by the vision, mission and objectives of the company.
    • Organizational structure, composition of board of directors, extent of professionalisation of management sometime delay decision making while some others facilitate quick decision making. Board of directors is the highest decision making body and it overseas performance of the organization and so its quality is very important. The share holding pattern can also have important managerial implications.
    • The amount of support the top management enjoys from different levels of employees, shareholders and board of directors have important influence on the decisions and their implementation. For example: relationship between the members of the board of director and between CEO.
    • The characteristics of human resources like skill, quality, morale, commitment, attitude etc. could contribute to the strength and weakness of an organization Ex: Some organizations find it difficult to carry out restructuring or modernization because of resistance by employees whereas they are smoothly done in some others.
    • While raising finance, forming joint ventures or other alliances, soliciting marketing intermediaries, entering purchase or sale contracts, launching new products etc. the image of the company matters the most.
      • Micro environment consists of the actors in the company’s immediate environment that affect the performance of the company. They are more intimately linked with the company.
      • Macro environment consists of larger societal forces that affect all the actors in the company’s micro environment.
      • Micro environment
      • Suppliers
      • Customers
      • Competitors
      • Marketing intermedia ries
      • Financiers
      • Public
      • Suppliers:
      • An important force in the micro environment of a company is the suppliers, i.e., those
      • who supply the inputs like raw materials and components to the company. The importance of reliable source/sources of supply to the smooth functioning of the business is obvious.
      • Customers :
      • The major task of a business is to create and sustain customers. A business exists
      • only because of its customers. The choice of customer segments should be made by considering a number of factors including the relative profitability, dependability,
      • stability of demand, growth prospects and the extent of competition.
      • The business firm should not be dependent on a single customer
      • Competitors :
      • Competition not only include the other firms that produce same product but also those firms which compete for the income of the consumers the competition here among these products may be said as desire competition as the primary task here is to fulfill the desire of the customers.
      • Marketing Intermediaries
      • The marketing intermediaries include middlemen such as agents and merchants that help the company find customers or close sales with them. The marketing intermediaries are vital links between the company and the final consumers .
      • Financiers:
      • The financiers are also important factors of internal environment. Along with financing
      • capabilities of the company their policies and strategies, attitudes towards risk , ability to
      • provide non-financial assistance etc. are very important.
      • Public :
      • A public is any group that has an actual or potential interest in or impact on an organization’s ability to achieve its interests. Ex-media, citizens, local public etc.
      • NGOs have been protesting against child labour, cruelty against animals, environmental problems, deindustrialization resulting from imports etc .
    • Input suppliers Workers & their unions Public Competitors Marketing intermediaries Customers BUSINESS
      • Macro environment
      • Economic environment
      • Political environment
      • Technological environment
      • Social environment
      • Global environment
      • Economic environment refers to the aggregate of the nature of economic system of the country, business cycles, the socio-economic infrastructure etc.
      • The successful businessman visualizes the external factors affecting the business, anticipating prospective market situations and makes suitable to get the maximum with minimize cost.
      • It includes factors such as characteristics and policies of the political parties, nature of Constitution and government system relating to business policies and regulations.
      • Important economic policies such as industrial policy, policy towards foreign capital and technology, fiscal policy and foreign trade policy are often political decisions.
      • The business in a country is greatly influenced by the technological development.
      • The technology adopted by the industries determines the type and quality of goods and
      • services to be produced and the type and quality of plant and equipment to be used.
      • Technological environment influences the business in terms of investment in technology,consistent application of technology and the effects of technology on markets.
      • The social dimension or environment of a nation determines the value system of the society which, in turn affects the functioning of the business.
      • Sociological factors such as costs structure, customs and conventions, mobility of labour etc. have farreaching impact on the business. These factors determine the work culture and mobility of labour, work groups etc.
      • The global environment refers to those factors which are relevant to business such as:
      • WTO principles and agreements
      • International conventions
      • Treaties, agreements, declarations, protocols, economic
      • Sentiments in other countries, hike in crude oil prices etc.
    • BUSINESS Macro environment
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