• Decide which competitive advantages Riordan has in common with the companies researched last week,

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• Decide which competitive advantages Riordan has in common with the companies researched last week, and estimate which competitive strategies Riordan could use to improve innovation and sustainability of business operations both in the United States and in the global market. • Explain why you chose these competitive strategies and estimate how they might affect sustainability of long-term organizational performance. • Explain how the global market would affect the business strategy of Riordan. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines. Please look at Environmental Scan Document attached Estimate how these strategies might affect sustainability of long-term organizational performance......... This is the part I need complete and I just need an 250 word essay on this part. Take a look at the uploaded documents for reference.

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1Environmental ScanDavid FurneyMGT/498September 2, 2015Dr. Cynthia Wolfe2Environmental ScanCompanies have to find ways to innovate in the market they are in or they face losing inthat market and can ultimately fail and go out of business. Internal and external environmentalscanning will help much business stay at the competitive edge, which is good for competitionand for the customers. The three companies that will be discussed in this paper are HarleyDavidson, Exxon-Mobil and J. B. Hunt. It will be discussed how these companies usesenvironmental scanning to help with their strategic planning to help the company maintain andgrow in a tough market. These three company has different ways of strategic planning toaccomplish the same goal for all three company. Becoming the best in customer service willensure the growth of the company.Harley-Davidson founded in 1903 by William S. Harley and Arthur Davidson, theydesigned an engine and installed it on a bike frame and Harley-Davidson is born, (HarleyDavidson Museum, 2015). Harley-Davidson is given a big boost in 1918 when half of allHarleys are sold to the US. Army, (Harley-Davidson Museum, 2015). Harley-Davidson wasalready in to racing motorcycles from the beginning and continues to race to this day. Thecompany was not without its struggles at one point the company almost closed its doors.Purchased by AMF in 1969 the company entered a period of time that many people would like toforget. The company was pur

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