Document on General Electric

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Running head: GE CAPITAL AND FINANCIAL CRISIS OF 2008GE CAPITAL AND FINANCIAL CRISIS OF 2008Name of the student:Name of the University:Author’s note:
1GE CAPITAL AND FINANCIAL CRISIS OF 2008Table of ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................2Current scenario...............................................................................................................................2Organizational structure...................................................................................................................2Mission vision statement.................................................................................................................3External analysis..............................................................................................................................3Porter’s 5 Force Analysis.................................................................................................................3Opportunity......................................................................................................................................3Threat...............................................................................................................................................4Internal analysis...............................................................................................................................4Marketing.........................................................................................................................................4Finance.............................................................................................................................................5Strength............................................................................................................................................5Weakness.........................................................................................................................................6Analysis of General Electric............................................................................................................6Conclusion.......................................................................................................................................6Reference list...................................................................................................................................8
2GE CAPITAL AND FINANCIAL CRISIS OF 2008IntroductionGeneral Electric is termed as the global leader and the most ironic brand in the world.General Electric is known for their innovative idea and leadership to achieve something. Theydeal in energy, technology, infrastructure, capital and various business solutions. They started tooperate from 1878, and the founder was Thomas Edison. General Electric is formed by themerger of two companies. The products which they are offering are medicine, aviation, andtransportation. The General Electric capital serves as a great tool for the use of householdappliances which will lead them to the extension of payments for the consumers throughinnovation. In this study, several uses of analytical tools are being used to analyze theperformance of General Electric.Current scenarioGeneral Electric is ranked as the most innovative company which is listed in the fortuneas the 15thmost admired company in the world. General Electric is termed as the 5thmostglobally trusted brand in the 19thcentury. They are operating in more than 100 countries andhave employee strength of 30,000. They are the 14thmost profitable company till date.Organizational structureGeneral Electric is operating in various sectors of America and other countries toestablish their business through various innovative ideas which they are famous for. GeneralElectric is flexible enough to change their organizational structure according to the change in thedynamics of the business. Mainly the laboratory products were turned in to marketable goods.
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