Mprl E&P Pte Company's Strategic Analysis

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Table of Contents Chapter 1 INRODUCTION 1.1 Company Background, Geographical area 1.2 Overall investment in Oil and gas production 1.3 Vision, Mission statements, goal, objective 1.4 Competitive advantages Chapter 2 Strategic Management process 2.1 Competitive advantages 2.2 External Analysis ( PESTEL, Industry analysis using Poters five forces) 2.3 Internal Analysis (Resources and capabilities of the company) 2.4 SWOT Analysis Chapter 3 Strategy Formulation. 3.1 Business level strategies 3.2 Corporate level strategies Chapter 4 Strategy Implementation 4.1 Structure, control, corporate governance, culture, business ethics, 4.2 Decision making structure, CSR

Chapter 5 Conclusion & Recommendation 5.1 Conclusion 5.2 Recommendation 5.3 References 5.4 Appendices ( Appendix A,B,C,D)

Chapter 1
INRODUCTION

I had an interview with U Soe Thura who is an HR assistant manager at MPRL E&P Pte Ltd on 28th of April. He answered all my questions that I want to know about his company and its strategic management. I would like not only to introduce but also to analyze about the company and its strategic management.
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