Business Scenanario on Parrent Company Thesis

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It is as such necessary to assess it in light of the negative consequences it might generate, the resources available to the company so that it reduces the threat of the problem and finally, the criteria which need to be satisfied in order to state that the problem has been resolved (Principia Cybernetica Web).

a) Problem components: different views manifested primarily in cultural barriers (such as language barriers); lack of experience in the field of delivery services; the role of women in the workplace is still decreased and it has only improved recently as a result of the epidemics and the necessity for more labor force; gender discrimination could raise problems and it must be limited, if not at all eliminated. Bribery is also a growing problem in the region and the efforts of the delivery subsidiary could be easily compromised -- these problem components also represent the reasons as to why PacEx would find it difficult to acquire and adequately train its manpower. The existence and high relevance of these issues translates into a necessity to align the FedEx culture to the local views and find a common ground that will lead to the development of both parties and sustain them in reaching their pre-established desiderates. In terms of the local employees, it is necessary to include them in the company's culture of "integrity and
...In terms of the local employees, these will on the one hand be forced to align to new organizational values, but on the other hand, they will be on the path to professional formation and will be better able to provide for their families. In terms of the authorities, these will have set the basis for fruitful commercial relations with the American organization, which could bring several future gains.

References:

Canwell, D., 1998, Marketing Campaigns, Cengage Learning EMEA

Wherther, W.B., Chandler, D., 2005, Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility: Stakeholders in a Global Environment, SAGE

2009, Our Company -- Mission, Strategy, Values, FedEx Website, http://about.FedEx.designcdt.com/our_company/company_information/mission_statement last accessed on August 10, 2009

2009, Our Customers, FedEx Multimedia Center, http://mediacenter.FedEx.designcdt.com/video/our_customers last accessed on August 10, 2009

Problem Formulation, Principia Cybernetica Web, http://pespmc1.vub.ac.be/ASC/PROBLEM-for.html last accessed on August 10, 2009

FedEx Corporation Code of Business Conduct and Ethics, 2003-2007

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References:

Canwell, D., 1998, Marketing Campaigns, Cengage Learning EMEA

Wherther, W.B., Chandler, D., 2005, Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility: Stakeholders in a Global Environment, SAGE

2009, Our Company -- Mission, Strategy, Values, FedEx Website, http://about.FedEx.designcdt.com/our_company/company_information/mission_statement last accessed on August 10, 2009

2009, Our Customers, FedEx Multimedia Center, http://mediacenter.FedEx.designcdt.com/video/our_customers last accessed on August 10, 2009

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