The paper provides a detailed analysis of the business strategy of TNT and its delivery to customers. Business Values. The values put forward by TNT support the way the organization is run since they make the basis over which TNT conducts its business (TNT, 2011). Business strategies and plans usually change according to the prevailing market situation but the core values of a business organization remain intact. The values of TNT include: i. Honesty ii. Every activity should be aimed at satisfying the customer iii. Show passion to our customers iv. Teamwork v. Evaluate success via sustainable profits vi. Work for the globe. All aspects of business strategy at TNT put emphasis on delivering or providing its customers with a ‘superior experience,’ for instance the use of complex technology to help customers keep track their deliveries. Delivery through People. In one week, TNT handles over an estimated 3.5 million deliveries globally (TNT, 2011). In Britain, it is listed as one of the top providers of the service providing its employees with care and a quality working environment. Being in an industry with huge competitors like DHL, the company has to employ a labor force that is high-skilled covering a range of functionalities, among them sales and marketing, distribution, HR, customer services, and finance. In order to attract such a labor force, TNT provides its employees with remarkable careers as well as chances to progress their careers. MISSION, OBJECTIVES AND AIMS A mission statement reflects the major purpose and key business aims i.e. it is a statement of what a business is, its direction, and what the organization does. All those directly affiliated to the organization have an obligatory duty to understand an organization’s missio
Name Professor Module Date Business Strategy in a Global Environment: TNT Express (UK) In the courier industry, TNT Express (from here on otherwise referred to as TNT) plays a vital role in delivering express services from business to business. TNT express handles the secure delivery of parcels, documents and freight between businesses via road and air transport…
Many companies simply modify their domestic business strategies by translating promotional brochures and product – use instructions in to the language of the host nations. A global marketing perspective can be appropriate for some goods and services and certain market segments that are common to may nations.
Structure 9 4.2. Cultural Factors 11 4.2.1. Local Culture Analysis 13 4.2.2. Organisational Cultural Analysis 14 4.3. Leadership and Strategic Change 15 5. CONCLUSION 16 List of References 17 Appendix 19 1. STRATEGIC CHOICE Based on the SWOT analysis, strategic choices available to TNT Express have been developed.
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UPS and TNT Express business model
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