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  1. 1. ETOP
  2. 2. Environmental Threat and Opportunity Profile (ETOP)  An environmental threat and opportunity profile is a description of the structure of external factors.  Multiple Reasons for an ETOP 1. It helps the organization to identify opportunities and threats 2. Consolidates and strengthens an organization’s position 3. Provides strategists information on which sectors have a favorable impact on the organization 4. The organization gains knowledge of its standing with respect to its environment 5. Helps formulate strategies.
  3. 3. Steps in an ETOP 1. Identify major Environmental factors such as: economic, political, social, technological, competitive, geographical, etc. 2. Environmental factors are then sub-divided into subsectors of each factor. 3. These factors are then analyzed to determine major weaknesses and strengths in each of the subsectors. 4. The impact of each factor is then accessed as being either favorable, unfavorable, or neutral.
  4. 4. Economic Factors  Economic factors affect the purchasing power of potential customers and the firm’s cost of capital.  These factors include: business cycle, inflationary trends, consumption, employment, investment, monetary, legal and fiscal policies.
  5. 5. Political Factors  Political factors are how and to what degree government intervenes in the economy.  Political factors include: political power, ideologies, interest groups, social stability, legislation, and regulation.
  6. 6. Social Factors  Social factors impact an organization due to the social, cultural, demographic, and environmental profiles in the industry.  Social factors include: age distribution, geographic distribution, income distribution, mobility, education, family values, and business attitudes.
  7. 7. Technological Factors  Technological factors impact how an organization or company operates in relation to equipment used in the company’s environment.  Technological Factors include: rate of technological change, future raw material availability, raw material cost, technological developments, and product life cycle.
  8. 8. Geographical Factors  Geographical Factors are important to the overall analysis of a company.  Geographical factors include: plant/warehouse location, relocation of facilities, headquarters, and foreign markets.
  9. 9. Managerial Factors  The Scientific Method  Teams  Diversity
  10. 10. Technical Factors  Manufacturing  Facilities  Collaboration
  11. 11. Senior Management  Robert A. Bradway: Chairman and Chief Executive Officer  Madhavan Balachandran: Executive Vice President, Operations  Victoria H. Blatter: Senior Vice President, U.S. Government Affairs  Suzanne Blaug: Senior Vice President, Global Marketing and Commercial Development
  12. 12. Senior Management Cont.  Paul R. Eisenberg: Senior Vice President, Global Regulatory Affairs and Safety  Sean E. Harper: Executive Vice President, Research and Development  Rolf K. Hoffmann: Senior Vice President, U.S. Commercial Operations  Anthony C. Hooper: Executive Vice President, Global Commercial Operations
  13. 13. Senior Management Cont.  Raymond C. Jordan: Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs  Diana L. McKenzie: Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer  Brian M. McNamee: Senior Vice President, Human Resources  Joshua J. Ofman: Senior Vice President, Global Value and Access  Cynthia M. Patton: Senior Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer
  14. 14. Senior Management Cont.  Jonathan M. Peacock: Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer  David J. Scott: Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary  Michael Severino: Senior Vice President, Global Development and Corporate Chief Medical Officer
  15. 15. Board of Directors  David Baltimore: President Emeritus and Robert Andrews Millikan Professor of Biology, California Institute of Technology  Frank J. Biondi, Jr.: Senior Managing Director, WaterView Advisors LLC  Robert A. Bradway: Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Amgen Inc.  François de Carbonnel: Former Chairman of the Board and Director, Thomson S.A. and Director of Corporations
  16. 16. Board of Directors  Vance D. Coffman (Lead Independent Director): Retired Chairman of the Board and CEO, Lockheed Martin Corporation  Robert A. Eckert: Former CEO and Chairman of the Board, Mattel, Inc  Rebecca M. Henderson, Ph.D: John and Natty McArthur University Professor, Harvard University  Frank C. Herringer: Chairman and Retired CEO, Transamerica Corporation
  17. 17. Board of Directors  Tyler Jacks: David H. Koch Professor of Biology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and director of the David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research  Gilbert S. Omenn: Professor of Internal Medicine, Human Genetics & Public Health and Director of the Center for Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics, University of Michigan, and former CEO, University of Michigan Health System  Judith C. Pelham: President Emeritus, Trinity Health
  18. 18. Board of Directors  Adm. J. Paul Reason, USN (Retired): Former Vice Chairman and President, Metro Machine Corporation  Leonard D. Schaeffer: Senior Advisor, TPG Capital  Ronald D. Sugar: Chairman Emeritus, Northrop Grumman Corporation
  19. 19. Assessment  Importance of Culture  Compatibility with Strategic Change