General Environment Analysis

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General Environment

Short summary, factors and conditions (such as economic, legal , political, and social circumstances) that generally affect everyone in an industry or market in more or less similar manner. general environment is in the Banking, Commerce & Finance, Decision Making, Problem Solving, & Strategy and Entrepreneurship, Management, & Leadership subjects.

Larger summary, the forces within the general environment, including politico legal, economic, technological, socio cultural and international forces, have a broad general impact on the organization. Although these forces do not always have a direct influence on the organization's daily activities, they are important for several reasons. First, forces in
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