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Environmental Threat Opportunity Profile

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  • 2. * Helps organization to identify Opportunities and Threats* To consolidate and strengthen organization’s position* Provides the strategists of which sectors have a favourable impact on the organization* Organization knows where its stands with respect to its environment* Helps in formulating appropriate strategy * 2 27-11-2010
  • 3. * “Surroundings, external objects, influences or circumstances under which someone or something exits” * 3 27-11-2010
  • 4. * Socio-cultural factors * Demographic characteristics * Social attitudes * Educational level, awareness and consciousness of rights * 4 27-11-2010
  • 5. * Environmental Factors * Weather change * Climatic change * Demand related factors * Supplier related factors * 5 27-11-2010
  • 6. * Political factors * Political system * Political structure, its stability * Government policy and its intervention * 6 27-11-2010
  • 7. * Legal Factors * Policies related to licensing , monopolies * Policies related to export and import * Policies related to distribution and pricing * 7 27-11-2010
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  • 9. * Dividing the environment into different sectors.* Analysing the impact of each sector on the organization.* Subdividing each environmental sector into sub factor.* Impact of each sub sector on organization in form of a statement. * 9 27-11-2010
  • 10. +Help to determine the key threats and opportunities.+Good tool to qualify the factors related to company’s strategy.+Can consider many factors for each special case. * 10 27-11-2010
  • 11. - It doesn’t show the interaction between the factors.- It can’t reflect the dynamic environment.- It’s a subjective analysis tool. * 11 27-11-2010
  • 12. Marketing Intermediaries Availability of skilled Suppliers workersIndustrial Market relation Types climate Micro Environment Regulatory Market Provisions Demand Financial Competition Institutions 12 27-11-2010
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  • 15. Probability Impact on strategies Trends of Occurrences S1 S2 S3 T1 T2 . .+2 Extremely favorable impact Degree of quality+1 Moderately favorable impact of impact on each 0 No impact-1 Moderately unfavorable impact trend on different-2 Extremely unfavorable impact strategies * 15 27-11-2010
  • 16. Macro Environment Micro Environment Relevant Environment Internal Environment Firm* 16 27-11-2010
  • 17. * 17 27-11-2010
  • 18. •Sales of Passenger Cars in India is likely to grow at anaverage of 14.9% each year to touch the 2.1 million markby 2011 (Source: Frost n Sullivan) * 18 27-11-2010
  • 19. * 19 27-11-2010
  • 20. S. Environmental Factors Opportunity Reasons/RemarksNo. /Threat1. Macro-Economic Factors -Per capita Income ↑ Rising PCI means more affordability. (Sixth Pay Commission) -Loans Availability ↓ Banks are not sceptical in giving - Interest Rates loans. ↑ People can’t pay easy instalments2. Social/ Demographics Factors ↑ Demand for Passenger cars -Urbanization Sales are increasing at a YOY of ( 28% to 40% by 2020 ) over 60 % in the long run. Middle Class Increasing ↑ LOW (10 per 1000) -Penetration Levels ↑ India has one of the cheapest -Labor (JV’s) labour available hence many foreign companies are eyeing to merge with Indian players. Resulted in more no of cabs. -Growing Working Class ↑ With an advent of projects like (Ex. BPO) Delhi Metro . -Improving Public Transport ↓ 20 27-11-2010
  • 21. S. Environmental Factors Opportunity Reasons/RemarksNo /Threat.3. Policy -Import Duty ↑ Currently import duty is -Excise Duties 100%. ↑ Excise duty has been -FDI reduced from 16 %to 14%. -Regulatory Issues like ↑ 100 % FDI is allowed . Acts, Safety Standards etc. MVA 1988 and MVR 1989 ↓ which promotes use capital intensive technology4. Technology -Emission Standards ↓ Bharat III resulting in dependence on other -Hybrid Cars ↑ countries for technology Excise duty has been -Fuels ↑ reduced from 24 % to 12 %. With upcoming Bio- fuels -IT (CAD/CAM, Design and ↑ ,LPG & CNG. Automation) 21 India has one of the 27-11-2010 cheapest IT Resources.
  • 22. S. Environmental Factors Opportunity Reasons/RemarksNo. /Threat5. Industrial Factors ↓ Steel Prices have touched -Raw material price Rs 5000 since May 20106. Business Environment -ROCE ↓ With players like Hyundai and TATA having ROCE of 9% and 32%. -Expansion Plans of Incumbent ↓ players In future has huge capacity plans which will give the incumbent companies a cost advantage. 22 27-11-2010
  • 23. *Presented By, >Deval Naik >Ashley T >Tushar Sharma >Rohit Kulkarni * 23 27-11-2010