Internal And External Environment Of Atlas Copco AB Company

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The purpose of this report is to evaluate the internal and external environment of Atlas Copco AB Company and understand how the internal strategic plan works for the organization, following the analysis of external and internal business environments. I will study what is currently working or what could be done different; I will discuss the various strategies in details including management level. The Internal environmental scan helps identifying various opportunities and threats that exist in the environment. It is important to take a step back regularly to reflect on how your organization behaves internally and in the relationships with external stakeholders. The ambition is to have close relationships with customers and to help them increase…show more content…
3.0 SWOT Analysis……………………………………………………………………. 4.0 Balance Strategy Scorecard…………………………………..………………….. 5.0 Organizational Assessment……………………………….……………………… 6.0 External Environmental Scan and Five-forces Analysis…..………………….. 7.0 Market Position Analysis………………………………….……………………… Presentation of Strategy Audit Findings Introduction to Company 1.0 Introduction Atlas Copco is a Swedish manufacturing company that was established in 1873. Today Atlas Copco Organization is a main world brand that makes mechanical equipment, air compressors development and mining hardware, for example, rock drills, get together frameworks and offer the related administration and gear rental. The products are sold and leased under diverse brands through overall deals and administration system coming to more than 180 nations. For over 140 years, Atlas Copco has given the absolute best in mining and development arrangements. Our organization stores offer deals, rentals, parts, and administration, including full- administration focuses with profoundly prepared field…show more content…
In additional to complying with all laws, Atlas Copco has enhanced its efforts to safeguard its commitment to the Business Code of Practice and the United Nation Guiding Principles on Business & Human Rights. In 2013, stakeholders raised valid issues surrounding sales to projects in occupied Non-Self- Governing territories that did not comply with Atlas Copco’s commitments. International Law states that an occupier may not use the occupied resources solely for the benefit of its own citizens. (Atlas

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