Business Strategy Of Nissan Renault | Report

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Running head: BUSINESS STRATEGY OF NISSAN RENAULTBusiness Strategy of Nissan RenaultName of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthor note
1BUSINESS STRATEGY OF NISSAN RENAULTHooge S, Le Du L. Collaborative Organizations for Innovation: A Focus on the Management ofSociotechnical Imaginaries to Stimulate Industrial Ecosystems. Creativity and InnovationManagement. 2016 Sep 1;25(3):311-30.The journal actually talks about the reports of the Volkswagen that have been usedneither in the production nor in the sales that exist in a monthly basis that have published thedeliveries. The spokespersons of the Volkswagen have revealed that the delivery of the numberdoes not stand anything for assessing the level of the production and for the sales. In America, there is a system where the cars have the system of picking up the customerswithout any form of preordering1. The Volkswagen have known that what can be helpful andwhat should are to be delivered to the customers and what actually are sold to them. It has beenobserved in the market of Germany that most of the Volkswagen cars are made out of order.However, the deliveries of the Volkswagen are actually understood to be the rising sales due tothe media and both the Financial Times that are associated with the Press. The alliance of the Renault Nissan has contributed to its strong way of showing that have made itthe world’s largest automaker by the halftime of 20172. According to the recent data that aresupplied by the automakers till the results of July, the alliances remains in the first positionbefore any other companies that includes Toyota and the last year’s number one company namedVolkswagen. 1Hooge S, Le Du L. Collaborative Organizations for Innovation: A Focus on the Management of Sociotechnical Imaginaries to StimulateIndustrial Ecosystems. Creativity and Innovation Management. 2016 Sep 1;25(3):311-30.2Hooge S, Le Du L. Collaborative Organizations for Innovation: A Focus on the Management of Sociotechnical Imaginaries to StimulateIndustrial Ecosystems. Creativity and Innovation Management. 2016 Sep 1;25(3):311-30.

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