Ford Motor Company 's Movement

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Ford Motor Company’s movement in a global market is the next frontier in the world of business; its overall objectives are clear and concise. However, the implementation, development, and execution strategy are complicated, consisting of many layers, with the proper performance one can only hope the end result is concise operations, established market share, and profitability. Our company will move forward with a strategy to out preform, produce, and provide a competitive product in global markets. The company will need a working and functional operation plain that will provide the tools necessary to pave a path forward to a successful transition into global markets. “Globalization in terms of mapping can be conventionally observed from…show more content…
With an ultramodern “marketing technique” to a targeted audience, our brand recognition has the capability of being largely profound amongst many diverse customer bases. Our recommended strategy will allow for us to sell goods on a global market with little to none local adjustments to the end product. Therefore, our products will be produced in full prior to embarkation, then two key locations for distribution; all production will take place in one central location. A global strategy in the auto industry drives markets in a uniform fashion; the production of automobiles from region to region is effectively allowing managers to achieve optimal effectiveness and profitable gains within a global market. One of many key objectives is to see the world as one large, diverse market; furthermore, our goals are to implement an extreme cost reduction in production while champing a robust and solid design. “A firm has a good reputation if consumers believe its products/services to be of high quality. Since service attributes cannot be observed prior to purchase, consumers use the perceived quality of services produced by the firm in the past as an indicator of present or future quality. In such cases a firm 's decision to produce high-quality services is a dynamic one” O Farrell,
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