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Gap Analysis: Global Communications
MBA 500
University of Phoenix

Gap Analysis: Global Communications When making decisions in business, questions of ethics, communication, and open minds, should always be considered. However, with so many decisions that are made from day-to-day, there is no surprise that the thought of what is considered ethical, usually ends up taking a back seat in major decisions, and that problems occur when two groups who are attempting to persuade and individual to see it their way will end up closing their minds and ears, simply to get the point across.

Situation Analysis
Issue and Opportunity Identification Global Communications stock has been plummeting and has dropped by nearly 50%, other factors such as strong competition and changes of trends in the market is keeping Global Communications from increasing its business. More competitive and innovative solutions need to be sought out to prevent the possibility of Global Communications of becoming nonexistent. The new plan that has been suggested by Global Communications is not being accepted by the union and even worse the union feels the neglect of not being included in the decisions that have transpired.
Stakeholder Perspectives/Ethical Dilemmas The union contains values of respect, equality, and human rights for all their employees.
They also possess the rights of representing their members, and to inform and be properly informed in a timely manner, when major changes that may affect their members will be taking place; the interest that the unions possess usually would be to eliminate social exclusion within a workplace, while providing the best working atmosphere for their members. The employees value ethical integrity, commitment to global communications to meet the goals that are set. They…...

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