Volkswagen Strategic Management

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Overview: The Volkswagen Group (VW) have two divisions: Automobile and financial services. The activities of Automotives division include the development of vehicles and engines, the production and sale of passenger cars, commercial vehicles, trucks and buses.


VW group have 8 automobile brands with 44 vehicle and component production plants in European countries as well as in six countries in America; Asia & Africa. Sales operations spread around 150 countries across the globe. The group has eight major brands of vehicles namely Volkswagen passenger cars, Audi, Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini SEAT, Skoda and Volkswagen commercial Vehicles- each deal autonomously with their own vehicle business includes development and production to marketing & servicing (Accessed from the website
1. As part of the corporate governance and strategic management, VW group has adopted various strategic choices. Strategic fit is developing strategy by identifying opportunities in the business environment and adopting resources and competences to take advantage of these (Porter, 1980). Strategic choices are concerned with decisions about an organization's future and the way in which it needs to respond to the market pressure and influences. At different level of organization, executives are faced with choices as to how to meet the expectations of stakeholders' whilst satisfying the needs and expectation of the users, often-in competition with other organizations. Hannan & Freeman (1977) suggest that as organizations, adaptor of a particular environment they become less flexible. ...
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