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In our P3 exam when required to analyse about PESTEL framework, do we just mention the key areas affecting the organisation (without mentioning that the political factors are —-,economic factors are —- and so forth)?
This is how I have understood in the learning materials. So is it the right way?
When a question give information about the PESTEL factors they will normally have been designed to be relevant to the organisation in the question. Do not bring in real-life factors that are not in the question or a theoretical list of factors.
Remember to say what the implication of the factor is. So, if you are told that the government has signed a trade agreement with another country to which the company exports, ssy that this will make exporting easier.