Analysis and Recommendations Part III: Global Political Trends
Prompt: For this milestone, complete Parts 1 and 2 below:
o Part 1: Worksheet Activity
Using the PESTEL Analysis Worksheet, populate the last three rows: India, Middle East, and France. This is the final time that you are expected to fill out the PESTEL Analysis Worksheet. Filling out these rows will help you visualize global values (such as each countrys cultural and political trends) and will assist you as you work toward completion of your final project.
o Part 2: Composition
Write a 2- to 3-page paper that assesses Nimble Storage, using the PESTEL analysis and Hofstedes four cultural dimensions as a guide.
Business Practice Analysis: In this part of the assessment, you will analyze the current business practices of the organization for how they operate globally. Then you will illustrate the potential benefits and challenges to the organization regarding its adoption of a more geocentric focus.
Recommendations: In this part of the assessment, you will compile a series of recommendations for the leadership of the organization regarding how the organization can adopt a more geocentric focus with its business practices.
Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:
I. PESTEL Analysis Worksheet
a. Populate the last three rows titled India, Middle East, and France as specified in the prompt.
II. Business Practice Analysis
a. Determine critical success factors for the organization for transitioning from an ethnocentric approach to a geocentric focus and achieving potential gains. What critical success factors must be considered when making such a transition? How do those critical success factors help achieve those potential gains?
b. Analyze global political trends for potential risk events regarding human resource management that the organization might have to consider in the future.
a. Recommend strategies for accommodating current and future global political changes that will be managed in the organization. Be sure that
your response addresses previous analysis regarding risk events. You could consider: how should the organization go about operating in an ever- changing political atmosphere?