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  1. Introduction
  2. Role of External Environmental Factors Influencing the ALDI Operations
  3. Role Of The Internal Environment (IE) On ALDI's Performance
  4. Business Level Strategy
  5. Recommendations and Conclusion

Over the years, most firms have committed substantial portions of their resources to uncover why some organizations fail while others flourish despite operating under similar business environmental elements. The driving factor explaining such motive involves the need to continually review the firm's operations as organizations of all nature and sizes are endlessly facing changing situations. However, coping effectively with the uncertainties in both micro and macro environment and attaining desired performance levels remains a real challenge for most enterprises. This calls for strategic management in the organization. Strategic management involves the deliberate structures in organizational units to systematically examine all vital variables in the determination of what is appropriate for them to do and how to undertake such corporate policies (Ireland, Hoskisson, & Hitt, 2010, p. 7). This yields alignment of business policies and creating priorities to enhance firm's performance. In pursuit, strategic competitiveness is accomplished when an organization successfully formulates and adopts a value-creating approach deriving sustained competitive benefits which current and prospective competitors cannot duplicate and simultaneously implement. Organizations of ALDI nature, must therefore pay attention to external strategies and relate them to organizational capabilities in the determination of long-range direction in relation to the existing and potential challenges and opportunities.

[...] Lowe, M., & Neely, A. (2005, November 14). ALDI Case Study. Retrieved April from http://www.pages.drexel.edu/~arn23/projects.html Speedy, B. ( 2013, March 30). Aldi Eyes $2bn Expansion as Chain Outperforms Rivals . Retrieved April from http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/aldi-eyes2bn-expansion-as-chain-outperforms-rivals/story-e6frg8zx-1226609203004 Tucker, J. (2010, April 21). ALDI Effect, the new ALDI stores. Retrieved April from http://www.examiner.com/article/aldi-effect-the-new-aldi-stores . [...]


[...] Just - Food Global News. Clifford, S. (2011, March 29). Where Wal-Mart Failed, Aldi Succeeds. Retrieved April from http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/30/business/30aldi.html?pagewanted=all&_r=1& David. (2011, January 25). ALDI - How Do they Do it? Retrieved April from http://www.dragoncollege.edu.au/blog/2011/aldi-how-do-they-do-it/ Delforce, R., Dickson, A., & Hogan, J. (2005). Australian's Food Industry Recent Changes and Challenges. Australian Commodities, 379-390. Hitt, M. [...]


[...] ALDI Australia Opportunities and Future Challenges Introduction Over the years, most firms have committed substantial portions of their resources to uncover why some organizations fail while others flourish despite operating under similar business environmental elements. The driving factor explaining such motive involves the need to continually review the firm's operations as organizations of all nature and sizes are endlessly facing changing situations. However, coping effectively with the uncertainties in both micro and macro environment and attaining desired performance levels remains a real challenge for most enterprises. [...]


[...] Role Of The Internal Environment On ALDI's Performance Like most successful firms, ALDI internal environment presents the outlet with an acquired comparative advantage obtained from its depth in financial resources, efficient labour force, alignment of its corporate policies, as well as its strategic management. To begin with, ALDI strategic management relies to a great extent on strategic alliances created by its vendors. In particular, the alliances assist in inducing marketing search, product design, product oversight, quality , logistics, and improve after-sale service delivery (Lowe & Neely, 2005). This has freed the outlets from managing complex operations given its huge market. [...]

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