Report on Strategic Information Theory

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Running head: STRATEGIC INFORMATION THEORYStrategic Information Theory[Name of the Student][Name of the University][Author note]
STRATEGIC INFORMATION THEORY1Table of ContentsIntroduction:...............................................................................................................................2Discussion:.................................................................................................................................2Current process in Nestle:..........................................................................................................2Gap in the Industry: Nestle........................................................................................................3Overcoming of specific issues by the use of the new system:...................................................4Strategy regarding Information System:....................................................................................5Need for such kind of strategy:..................................................................................................7Conclusion:................................................................................................................................8References:.................................................................................................................................9
STRATEGIC INFORMATION THEORY2Introduction:Nestle is a company which is having an organised board of structure which is led bythe Chairman of the company named Paul Bulcke, former CEO, Nestle. The management ofthe business is done on a daily basis by the Executive board. A diverge portion of thebusiness is managed by these designated board members(Ahlemann et al. 2012). Nestle wasestablished in the year of 1975 which initially evolved to nestle professional in the year of2008. Nestle is having different partners who are associated with different types of foodservicing operations in and out the whole management. Various nestle food and beverages arepresent in the market and this includes thigs like the Maggi, nestle Milkmaid, nestle everydayand many more items. This report mainly discusses about the current processes in nestlealong with discussing about the current gaps in the present system after identifying them inthe country of Australia. The identification of the issues that will arise due to the adaptationof the new system has also been done along with providing the definitions about the issues.Discussion:Current process in Nestle:Nestle is a manufacturing company which includes various processes. The processgenerally involves the turning of the raw material into various products which are not onlybut also nutritious for the customers. The manufactured products are delivered to variousparts of the world(Bente Bombosch and Langade 2012). Environment Management System(EMS) has been greatly favoured by Nestle than in turn helps in the improvement of theproduct. This is followed by the providing of certain methods which is done by an initiativethat is termed as the Nestle Continuous Excellence(NCE).The concept of Nestle is mainly based upon the 3C’s and this 3C’s are listed below:
STRATEGIC INFORMATION THEORY3Excellence in the compliance which is based upon the terms of the legal as well as theinternal factors.Better services and products are to be provided helping in the better communicationfor the brand and this can be done by proper sharing of the company’s aim regardingsustainability along with the objectives.Competitive advantage is to be provided which can be done by making use of the zerowaste along with improving the efficiency in terms of water and energy.The company is having an aim and objective of having a zero impact on theenvironment. One of the critical factor which is involved in achievement of the ambition isthe efficiency in the domain associated with manufacturing of the products(Bernard 2012).The life cycle of the various assets also helps in understanding of the facts. This factsgenerally includes things like the amount of the energy that is generally used for the purposeof manufacturing of the various products of the company. By the use of the five crucialfactors the greatest efficiency has been achieved and this includes the “Sustainability”,“Availability”, “Safety” and finally the “Cost”.Gap in the Industry: NestleThe quality of the product of the company is considered to be having a premiumvalue. Therefor it can be concluded that the products of Nestle are much more expensive thanthe other manufacturing companies which are locally available in the market. The company ismainly a Switzerland based company which is having a lot of customer’s form Australia aswell as from parts of the world(Bernus Nemes and Schmidt 2012). It has been seen thatmany of the customers of Australia are not at all aware of the various products of Nestle.Along with this it has also been seen that the demand for the products of nestle are very muchless in Australia as Nestle is a foreign company in Australia. Besides this the right of using
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