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The environmental analysis is carried out to determine various environmental factors and their potential impact on a company. On the basis of a corresponding environmental analysis, companies are better able to assess their future market opportunities and risks. Overall, an environmental analysis may also serve to assess market attractiveness. The creation of an environmental analysis is generally carried out considering several areas of the environment - for example, it is first possible to differentiate between influencing factors to be analyzed, which emanate from the global environment and those that bring about the competitive environment of a company. A common method for the investigation of influencing factors in the field of the global environment is the so-called PESC analysis — the letters P, E, S and T stand for the terms 'political', 'economic', 'socio-cultural' and 'cultural'. With regard to political factors influencing the global environment, for example, the current legislation and the political stability of a country may affect the processes of a company located there. Economic factors that influence a company or industry include current unemployment, the availability of resources and the success of a given economy.
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: The study aimed to measure the impact of Environmental analysis on the competitive Capabilities of the commercial banks operating in Jordan. The study population consisted of the general managers, and their assistant of the commercial banks operating in Jordan that amount 10 banks that estimated 93 managers.
Industry analysis is a tool that many businesses use to assess the market. It is used by market analysts, as well as by business owners, to figure out how the industry dynamics work for the specific industry studied. Industry analysis helps the analyst develop strong sense of what is going on in the industry. When it comes to business, industry analysis involves such things as assessing the competition in the industry; the interplay of supply and demand in the industry; how the industry holds up against other industries that are emerging and providing competitions; the likely future of the industry, especially in light of technological developments; how credit works in the industry; and the exact extent of the impact that external factors have on the industry. The importance of industry analysis is manifold. As an entrepreneur trying to find your way in the industry of your choice, you can use industry analysis to understand what your position is, relative to the position that other players in the industry have.
In business, being good is not good enough unless it comes from your customers and is supported by sales and market growth sustainability. Factors in the macro environment and the competitive nature of business, means that your business and market position can easily be affected should you not predict the trends and movements within the economy, global community and your own industry and market segment. It is impossible for an organisation to develop strong competitive positioning strategies without a good understanding of the environment and its competitors and their strengths and weaknesses. This topic will look at: Industry Analysis Competitive Analysis Competitor Analysis Industry Analysis In analysing the industry and market sector, we are interested in answering two questions: What are the major trends affecting the growth of the industry in the future?
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Features (1)Industry analysis features include a review of the economic and political underpinnings of the business environment. Economic reviews often.