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1. Conduct Organization Evaluation By Using Any One (1) Of Appropriate Analysis Tools ( Porter 5 Forces Or Pest Analysis ( Political, Economic, So

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PEST Analysis is very important in an organization. In addition. there are also factors that can influence the performance of an organization of the company. As such, there are several factors that play an important role in a business that can bring success. There is analysis that can influence the development of an organization or company. It is the analysis of PEST analysis that include Political, Economic, Social and Technology. A PEST analysis looks how those external factors can be effect in a business or organization activities performance. Other than that, it can be used in a combination with the are the tolls like, Porter five forces and the SWOT analysis, which determine an ...view middle of the document...

with production facility in Mukim Batu, creating the originally of Ramly brands products from its original state of origin. In order to produce high quality product of ‘Meat’, along the process we have developed and invested in our state of the art GMP standard Cow Meat processing facility in Kuala Lumpur of which the first in Malaysia.
Taking the challenges and determination to make ‘RAMLY’ as the world food and being accepted as good as the French fries or nugget, we believe continuous research and development, collaborative efforts and synergizing are the keys to success in presenting Ramly, the ‘Fast Food’ to the world.
Second, PEST analysis is economic. The economy is very important in the economic growth of a country. Economic include economic growth, interest rates, exchange rates and the inflation rate. These factors have major impacts on how business operate and make a decisions. Economic factors are of concern to Ramly Product, because they are likely to influence demand, costs, prices and profits. One of the most influential factors on the economy is high unemployment levels, which decreases the effective demand for many goods, adversely affecting the demand required to produce such goods. These economic factors are largely outside the control of the company, but...

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