Case Of Kpmg As A Public Traded Corporation

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CASE OF KPMG AS A PUBLIC TRADED CORPORATION Analyze the business-level strategies for the corporation you chose to determine the business- level strategy you think is most important to the long-term success of the firm and whether or not you judge this to be a good choice. Justify your opinion. KPMG is an audit, tax and advisory services provider with offices in the U.S and numerous branches spread throughout the world. It is a global network of independent member firms spanning 145 countries worldwide. According to KPMG International Annual Review, (2012), it recently created a central international corporate citizenship function that is meant to unite all the organization members worldwide with a common vision in hope of setting pace…show more content…
Considering this case, a business level strategy that will benefit KPMG’s activities in the long run is the aspect of ensuring expansion of services. In as much as the firm operates in 145 nations, the business environment is currently globalized and several business entities in both developing and developed nations are in need of audit, tax and advisory consultancy services. In support of KPMG’s need to develop expansion of services it is important for the firm to identify and develop countries, regions and cities as prospective locations for relocating or establishing new operations. The firm also has efficient and adequate workforce who are highly talented and thus their knowledge can be applied in support of expansion decisions (Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship, 2012). According to KPMG’s Report (2014), for the past five years, there is a notable stable economic growth despite the recent economic recession that was evident in several countries, especially the developed nations. This is a basis in which we can build fundamental concerns that expansion of services is a viable venture. Consistent growth of businesses despite low growth, low inflations and competitive market environments, most nations are experiencing relative growth in their GDP. It
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