- December 19, 2022 at 2:22 pm #674907anniebabeParticipant
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I am looking at unit 4
Select another company that personally inspires or interests you; perhaps your current employer and now perform a PESTEL analysis for that company. (You can choose the company you made a presentation about earlier if you wish).
In the following slide carry out a PESTEL analysis activity on the company of your choice, considering points below, in the free text box provided. Please try to keep points about each PESTEL factor brief and to the point.
Please remember to read the content contained within each of these containers. To reveal the content, simply select the relevant heading
Do I have to actually do a PESTEL? I cannot type anything in the text boxes, or do I just do a random Pestel on paper ?
In the continuing slide it says the following:-
Based on your analysis, what is your conclusion about the future of the company?
Use the area provided to enter your answer. Remember to keep your answer brief and to the point but you also don’t need to rush. Take your time or come back to this question at another time. Remember that your progress is always saved so you don’t need to worry about losing any data.
I have never done a PESTEL, should I look at SBL first ? as this seems to include pestel analysis.
Thank youDecember 19, 2022 at 4:04 pm #674913Kim SmithKeymaster
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Short answer – NO …
EPSM is supposed to help you tackle the SP exams – not vice versa.
In the PESTEL Analysis section there is a slide:
“Considering what you now know of PESTEL analysis, look at the information below and using the drop down menus provided – match the correct heading to the appropriate category.”
The you are GIVEN an PESTEL analysis for Apple – which identifies factors under each of P – E – S – T – E – L … then you’re given a summary.
Based on THIS, you should understand sufficiently what are the PESTEL factors.
If you “Open Editor” where it says “Use the area provided ….” you can summarise factors under each of P – E – S – T – E – L – and draw a conclusion. Using the area has the advantage of saving your work – rather than jotting on a bit of paper that you might easily lose.
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