Business Acquisition and Strategy Formulation Quiz

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Acquisition- purchase of a company Strategy Formulation - strategic/ long-range planning; developing objectives Integration- managing the culture of an acquired firm; give and take Transaction Economies- proposes vertical integration Power Distance- society accept an unequal distribution TOWS- external opportunities and threats Strategic Window- unique market opportunity; available for a particular time Stars- BCG Matrix ; peak of the product life cycle Horizontal Strategy- views a corp in terms of resources; corporate strategy Organizational Life Cycle- organizational equivalent of Product life in Marketing Offshoring- The outsourcing of an activity or function to a provider in another country. ______- Strategies sometimes followed by managers who have made a poor analysis or lack creativity. Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is a corporatewide, integrated process for managing the uncertainties that could negatively or positively influence the achievement of the corporation’s objectives benchmarking is “the continual process of measuring products, services, and practices against the toughest competitors or those companies recognized as industry leaders.” Performance is the end result of activity. Shareholder value can be defined as the present value of the anticipated future stream of cash flows from the business plus the value of the company if liquidated.

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______- The continual process of measuring products, services, and practices against the toughest competitors or those companies recognized as industry leaders.

benchmarking

Performance is the end result of ______.

activity

______- The outsourcing of an activity or function to a provider in another country.

Offshoring

Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is a corporatewide, integrated process for managing the uncertainties that could negatively or positively influence the achievement of the corporation’s objectives ______.

ERM

Shareholder value can be defined as the present value of the anticipated future stream of cash flows from the business plus the value of the company if ______.

liquidated

Test your knowledge of business acquisition and strategy formulation with this quiz. Explore concepts such as integration, transaction economies, power distance, TOWS analysis, and strategic window. Sharpen your understanding of these key business terms and concepts in this quiz.

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