Hypnosis Motivation Inst Apple Pay as A Social Trend in Saudi Arabia Paper


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Implementation and performance (750 - 1000 words approx.)

•This section focuses on your brand or organisation and how it has changed its business practices due to the trends and context outlined in the file.
• How have they embraced this trend?
•What were the challenges they faced? How did they overcome these?
•If they have embarked on any specific marketing campaigns or technological advancements?

•Did they succeed in embracing or overcoming the B&S trend that they encountered? How is this evident?

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Title: Apple Pay as a Social Trend in Saudi Arabia. We choose Apple as a company because of the worldwide influence it has on social trends (like paying in apple wallet) globally in this case, specifically in Saudi. Nowadays, paying with apple pay makes consumers willing to use payment methods such as apple pay due to the changes occurring with the Saudi 2030 vision. Saudi has been able to consume and adapt to fast-paced changes. research this topic using - Academic journals. Company website: Apple. Saudi 2030 vision website. Google scholar Saudi digital library We will talk about: Implementation and performance (750 - 1000 words approx.) This section focuses on your brand or organisation (Apple) and how it has changed its business practices due to the trends and context outlined above. • For the brand or organisation in question – How have they embraced this trend? • Or how have they reinvented themselves on the basis of this trend or on the basis of this context? • What were the challenges they faced? How did they overcome these? • If they have embarked on any specific marketing campaigns or technological advancements – include details of these – what were the successes/failures? A detailed description of the communications platforms used and the rationale for choosing these. • Did they succeed in embracing or overcoming the B&S trend that they encountered? How is this evident? (E.g. Did their campaign work? Have they increased sales? Have they implemented their technology? Have they improved their CSR?) Provide evidence of their performance. For this assignment you should use a number of methods to attain information. Case studies and assignments of this nature usually require a range of references from academic journals, trade publications, national and international reports, newspaper articles. Having multiple sources of information will be seen as advantageous for this assignment. Bearing this in mind there are a number of sources by which you can attain information. • Databases: o Passport is a database which allows you to access market research information internationally. • Academic Journals: o You should reference a wide number of academic articles in your assignment, preferably from reliable and credible journals. Journals such as Business Horizons, Sustainability; the Journal of Business Ethics and the Journal of Business Research may be of use – see extended list in the Appendix. • Books: o Some textbooks may be of use to explain concepts such as sustainability in more detail. Other textbooks which may prove useful are: ▪ Carroll, A. B., & Buchholtz, A. K. (2014). Business and society: Ethics, sustainability, and stakeholder management. Nelson Education. ▪ Burgelman R., Christensen, C et al. (2009). Strategic Management of Technology and Innovation. McGraw Hill, New York ▪ Rugman, A. and Collinson, S. (2013) International Business. Prentice Hall, New York ▪ Willcocks, L. (2014) Global Business Management Foundations. Brookes Publishing, Stratford ▪ Hill, C. (2011) International Business: Competing in the Global Marketplace. McGraw Hill, New York, 8th edition. ▪ Ghemawat, P. (2010) Strategy and the Business Landscape. Pearson, New York. References you may want to read (use Harvard referencing only) • Ahlstrom, D. (2010) Innovation and Growth: How Business Contributes to Society. Academy of Management Perspectives 24(3) 11-24. • Carroll, A. B. & Buchholtz, A.K. (2015) Business & Society. Ethics, Sustainability, and Stakeholder Management (9th Edition) Cengage. • Crane, A. and Dirk, M. (2016) Business Ethics: Managing corporate citizenship and sustainability in the age of globalization. Oxford Press University. • Cudd, A.E. (2015) Is Capitalism Good for Women? Journal of Business Ethics 127(4): 761-770. • Delios, A. (2010), How Can Organisations Be Competitive but Dare to Care? Academy of Management Perspectives 24(3), 25-36. • Demirag, I. (2005) CSR, Responsibility, Accountability & Governance: Global Perspectives. Greenleaf Publishing • Freeman, R., E., Martin, K.E., and Parmar, B.L (2007) Stakeholder Capitalism, Journal of Business Ethics, 74(4) 303-314. • Geva, A. (2006) A Typology of Moral Problems in Business: A Framework for Ethical Management. Journal of Business Ethics 69(2) 133–147. • Goodpaster, K.E (1991) Business Ethics and Stakeholder Analysis. Business Ethics Quarterly 1(1) 53-73. • Heath, J. (2006) Business Ethics without stakeholders, Business Ethics Quarterly, 16(3) 553-557 • Klein, S. (2003) The Natural Roots of Capitalism and Its Virtues and Values. Journal of Business Ethics 45: 387- 401 • Lewis, M.W. (2000) Exploring Paradox: Toward a More Comprehensive Guide. Academy of Management Review, 25(4), 760-776. • Marcoux, A.M. (2003) A Fiduciary Argument against Stakeholder Theory. Business Ethics Quarterly 13(1) 1-24. • Newbert, S.L. (2003) Realizing the Spirit and Impact of Adam Smith's Capitalism through Entrepreneurship. Journal of Business Ethics 46(3), 251-258 • Ogbor (2000) Mythicizing and reification in entrepreneurial discourse: ideologycritique of entrepreneurial studies. Journal of Management Studies 37(5), 605-635. • Sen, A. (1993) Does Business Ethics Make Economic Sense? Business Ethic Quarterly 3(1), 45-54. • Smith, W.K., Besharow, M. Wessels , A.K. and Chertok, M. (2012) A Paradoxical Leadership Model for Social Entrepreneurs: Challenges, Leadership Skills, and Pedagogical Tools for Managing Social and Commercial Demands. Academy of Management Learning and Education 11(3), 463-478 • Smith, W.K. Gonin, M. and Besharov, M. L. (2013) Managing Social-Business Tensions: A Review and Research Agenda for Social Enterprise. Business Ethics Quarterly, 23(3), 407-442. • Sørensen, A. (2002) Value, Business and Globalisation – Sketching a Critical Conceptual Framework. Journal of Business Ethics 39(1), 161-167. • Steurer, R., Langer, M. E., Konrad, A. and Martinuzzi, A. (2005) Corporations, Stakeholders and Sustainable Development I: A Theoretical Exploration of Business–Society Relations.Journal of Business Ethics, 61(3), 263–281. • Vilanova, M., Lozano, J.M. & Arenas, D. (2009) Exploring the Nature of the Relationship Between CSR and Competitiveness. Journal of Business Ethics 87(1), 57-69 • Becker-Olsen, K.L., Cudmore, B.A. and Hill, R.P. 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Apple Pay as A Social Trend in Saudi Arabia
KSA Vision 2030 aims at increasing the technological influence on its economy. This
transition from an economy that has, for a long time, relied on natural resources, especially
petroleum, to drive its major economic activities means that businesses will have to move in
with these changes and integrate more e-business practices (Sayers, 2019). Notably., one
aspect that is crucial for any e-business or transactions in a technology-based economy in the
forms of payments (Odaymat, 2018). Naturally, business is all about sales, money transfers,
and the movement of goods. Focusing on a transaction, the economy of Saudi Arabi has seen
an increase in the number of local e-payment methods such as the SADAD payment portal
(Sayers, 2019). With the global rise in need for a payment method that allows a wide range of
cards and options, Apple Pay may be what e-businesses in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Apple is known to have a trend of venturing in intensive technologies and
sophistication of what other t...

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