| **Environmental Analysis** |
| An organization’s external environment has three components: the remote environment (macroeconomic), the industry environment, and the operating environment (in the organization itself). Conduct an environmental analysis using your organization or an organization with which you are familiar. |
| should include the following: |
| a. Identify the industry in which your organization operates. |
| b. Identify key macroeconomic variables that affect your industry. |
| c. Choose two macroeconomic variables from item b. Identify and locate in the Library and government databases the corresponding industry variable. For the last five years, create two charts. Each chart will include the macroeconomic variable and the corresponding industry variable. |
| d. Based on the environmental scan completed in items b. and c. above, what challenges and opportunities exist for your firm in the operating environment? |
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