What are the major challenges GE faces in adopting a green strategy while keeping all of its stakeholders happy?
Learning Goal: I’m working on a macro economics multi-part question and need support to help me learn.1. After reading the closing case in chapter ten, Does the Devil Really Wear Prada, respond to the following question. Do you agree with the decision to list an IPO, or should Prada have borrowed more money, possibly floating a dim um bond or a Eurobond in London or elsewhere?2. After reading the opening case in chapter eleven, Ecomagination and the Global Greening of GE, respond to the following question. What are the major challenges GE faces in adopting a green strategy while keeping all of its stakeholders happy?3. After reading the opening case in chapter twelve, Value Creation in the Global Apparel Industry, respond to the following question. From the beginning, Zara’s business model differed from the norm. Today, its strategy depends on managing the connections between its various activities, notably design, sourcing production, and store operations. What do Zara’s managers, working out of “The Cube,” see as the most effective way to manage the relationships among these activities?4. As the phenomenon of economic integration progresses, the process of country selection takes on new dimensions. Compare and contrast the opportunities and risks associated with establishing operations in the European Union to those in the NAFTA/USMCA region. Would such investments be primarily resource or market seeking? Be sure to explain and provide an example to support your idea(s).
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