Suppliers and competitors

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Name the two conditions that assess whether someone is a stakeholder
Whether they impact the organisation and whether they are affected by the organisation.
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Name the two extreme types of problematic competition
Overly aggressive competition and overly cosy competition (insufficient competition.)
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Name the 2 issues in the overly aggressive context
Intelligence gathering and dirty tricks
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Name the 6 issues under intelligence gathering
Breaking into competitor's offices, installing tapping devices, stealing IP, misrepresentation, searching in their rubbish and hiring former employees.
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Name the 4 issues under dirty tricks
Sabotage, stealing customers, predatory pricing and negative advertising.
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Name the issue in overly cosy competition and 2 means these can be founded upon
Collusion and cartels. Means = price fix or dividing territories.
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Name the 2 key supplier problems
Imbalance of power and conflict of interests.
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Name the 4 areas under suppliers and globalisation
Different ways of doing business, different labour and environmental standards, extended chain of responsibility and ethical sourcing and fair trade.
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Name the 3 conditions that set out whether something is a gift or bribe
Intention of the gift-giver, impact on receiver and perception of other parties.
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How can a firm deal with different ways of doing business?
Establishing a code of conduct that will guide employees when they operate in those countries that have different approaches to business.
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Define ethical sourcing
The inclusion of explicit social, ethical and/ or environmental CRITERIA into supply chain management.
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Name two ways this can be implemented
Certification programs and independent auditing
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Define fair trade
A system for offering the most disadvantaged producers in developing countries a chance to move out of poverty through creating market access through benefitical rather than exploitative terms.
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Name 2 main aims of the fair trade movement
To foster the protection and enhancement of growers and ecnourage community development by guranteeing them a minimum price and conditions
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Name the two extreme types of problematic competition

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Overly aggressive competition and overly cosy competition (insufficient competition.)

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Name the 2 issues in the overly aggressive context

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Name the 6 issues under intelligence gathering

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Name the 4 issues under dirty tricks

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