Dubai Port World

Dubai Port World

Write a research paper on (Dubai Port World Company)and make sure the following are fully covered in details.
•    carry out an environmental analysis for the company:
?    Build a brief profile of the company (products, markets, etc.)
?    Description of main trends affecting the company
?    Which international institutions affect this company? Illustrate with examples.
?    Carry out PESTLE analysis on the company
?    SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats)
•    What are the key success factors for the industry in which this company operates?
•    Develop strategic recommendations for the company’s global strategy, including:
?    Product markets
?    Geographic markets
?    Functional strategies
?    Entry mode
?    Establishment mode

Dubai Port world is based in Middle east but it runs its business in other areas too.  So the following Topics actually the same which means the main trends affecting the company are PESTLE analysis therefore the paper should describe the PESTLE factors that affect the company in most of its operation region.
?    Description of main trends affecting the company
?    Carry out PESTLE analysis on the company

Dubai Port World PESTLE analysis is very important to cover all regions it is operating but  the bellow is an example about DP world PESTLE in Middle East.
The bellow is only an example about this requirement as a guide line :
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The main trends that can affect DP are Political, Economic, and Environmental Factors …..and so on. These trends are driven by many factors which are clarified in detail afterward.

Political factors:
There are so many changes in political issues in the region lately which could affect future strategy of the company such as following:
•    Political is relatively instable due to region conflicts in surrounding countries which is not promising to expand at this time.
•    Iran sanction seems to come to end and Iran is the 3rd top trading partners (export) (the emerging markets of the Middle East, Tim Rogmans).
•    UAE government is stable and UAE has good political though its Federal government and each emirate has its own local laws and regulations especially in business.

However some changes can be considered positively for example Iran sanction seems to come to end and Iran is the 3rd top trading partners (export) (the emerging markets of the Middle East, Tim Rogmans).

Economic factors:

•    The trend of Growth rate of UAE is increasing since last 5 years and GCC countries as well excluding some countries that still facing difficulties because of instability.
Based on the growth rate which is also expected to rise in future, DP world business would have great chance to grow more and maximize their operation. DP can be part of market growth as a main supply to raw materials and be part of supply chain system. For example, steel and construction materials such as some equipment which is imported from overseas. Another example on how growth can affect DP is normal products which are used by growth in population as a result of economic growth.

Environmental Factors:
Global warming awareness and concern have become lately on of the most external factor which affects any business and as DP world operation can be considered very critical to water pollution and there is new water protection regulation is under process can affect DP world operation. DP world has to follow the new regulations by adopt new system and new disposal procedure and practices which could be a concern and challenge.

A Question – that requires an answer
or
A Problem – that requires a solution

2.    Referencing

Harvard Referencing must be used in all project options.

3.    The Structure of the Assessments
The proposed structures include the following sections:
Business Plan
•    Executive summary
•    The business overview
•    Markets and competitors
•    Sales and marketing
•    Management
•    Operations
•    Financial requirements
•    Financial forecasts
•    Assessment of risks

Business Case Study or Report –
The module recognises that there is a range of approaches that can be used by students in order to execute an effective report, depending on the objectives. It can also include primary as well as secondary research if appropriate.
1.    Title Page
2.    Executive Summary (maximum 1 side of A4)
3.    Contents Page
a.    Headings and sub-headings
b.    List of Appendices
c.    Numbered Tables, graphs and figures
d.    Summary of abbreviations
4.    Written Content
a.    Introduction and clarification of aims and objectives
b.    Clarification of theoretical context. This can take the form of a literary review (if applicable), but should in any case review current learning or understanding of the issue.
c.    Narrowing down to the specific context of the question
d.    Justification of primary research (if used). If only secondary research is used, then this is not required.
e.    Evaluation and analysis
f.    Conclusion – revisit your aims and objectives; clarify your answer or solution
g.    Recommendations (if applicable)
5.    Reference List
a.    To include all work and author’s mentioned in the text
6.    Appendices
a.    These should be an interesting extra which add further information a reader may like to refer to – they are not a necessity.
b.    Your work should make sense without these being read
c.    Appendices should be presented in a numerical order that follows their reference in your written work (e.g. see appendix A)

General
All assignments should use font size of 12, “normal” page margins (default A4 margins) and a minimum of 1.5-line spacing. In addition, page numbers should be included (both in the main part and the appendices).
There are templates for all these options on the VLE for students to download.

BIP MARKING CRITERIA

These criteria reflect the bespoke nature of student submission, ranging from business plans, case studies and research projects.

Level 6 Assessment Criteria

PASS    FAIL
Criterion    80-100%    70-79%    60-69%    50-59%    40-49%    30-39%    0-29%
Knowledge & Understanding
a) Systematic Understanding
b) Emerging Thought    (a) Very deep knowledge of the topic, explicitly related to extremely comprehensive knowledge of the discipline(s).  Evaluation and contribution to current knowledge
(b) Excellent usage of recent emerging thought and/or practices from a range of appropriate disciplines    (a) Deep knowledge of the topic, explicitly related to comprehensive knowledge of the discipline(s).  Evaluation of current knowledge
(b) Application of recent emerging thought or practices from the discipline    (a) Very good, thorough and explicit knowledge & understanding of the topic.
An appreciation of and explicit links to a wider field.
(b) Some clear evidence of the application of thoughts and practices at the forefront of the discipline    (a) Good knowledge and understanding of central topic issues, some explicitly identified.
Some appreciation of a wider field.
(b) Clear evidence of an understanding of thoughts and practices at the forefront of the discipline.    (a) Some knowledge and understanding of central topic issues.
(b) Some evidence of the understanding of the thoughts and practices related to the discipline indicated.    (a) Inadequate, poor or very poor knowledge or understanding of central topic issues.
(b) Not clear or precise understanding of thoughts and practices related to the required discipline indicated     (a) Little or no knowledge or understanding of central topic issues.
(b) Significant gaps in the understanding of practices related to the discipline indicated
Argument
a) Analysis, Synthesis & Evaluation
b) Numerical Analysis
c) Argumentation
d) Independent Research    (a) Consistently high levels of ability to analyse critically using a wide range of appropriate criteria, sources and perspectives.  Excellent synthesis of elements of the argument including contrary views.
(b) Numeric analysis that is complete and free from errors with application of methods that may be insightful or original
(c) Extremely strong and consistent argument making a convincing whole with evidence of originality. Impressive ability in the use of information gathered to support the argument.
(d) Evidence of an innovative or original use of extensive personal research which has been thoroughly evaluated conceptually    (a) A high level of ability to analyse critically using a range of perspectives.  Excellent synthesis of elements of the argument including contrary views.
(b) Numeric analysis that is complete and mostly free from errors with fluent and appropriate application of methods.
(c) Extremely strong and consistent argument that convincingly addresses issues including uncertainties and conflicts. Excellent use of information gathered which to support and further the argument
(d) Substantial research and evidence of an innovative use of a wide range of personal research with clear and consistent evaluation conceptual    (a) Presentation of a coherent critical argument demonstrating the ability to analyse, synthesise and evaluate to form a balanced and supportable judgement.  Use of contrasting perspectives.
(b) Numeric analysis that is complete and mostly free from errors with relevant and effective application of methods.
(c) Evidence of an argument that is generally convincing with a good internal consistency and addresses most issues. Very good use of information gathered to support the argument.
(d) Clear evidence of considerable personal research and the use of a diverse range of appropriate sources but may contain problems with consistency in the conceptual evaluation    (a) The development of a critical analysis without guidance.  Some ability to synthesise concepts, theories and practice.  Application of a range of analytical methods appropriate to the task.
(b) Numeric analysis that is complete and mostly free from significant or critical errors with appropriate application of methods.
(c) Evidence of an overall convincing argument but may have weaknesses, gaps or inconsistencies.  Clear use of information gathered but may have some weaknesses in the integration into the argument.
(d) Appropriate use of a wide range of personal research which is critically evaluated for key conceptual issues although this may not be consistent throughout    (a) Evidence of some critical awareness.
There is analysis which is structured within guidelines.
Some difficulty in balancing and substantiating points made.
(b) Numeric analysis that is mostly complete but contains errors with significant effect, or methods that are applied inappropriately
(c) Evidence of a consistent argument but may have weaknesses, significant gaps or be unconvincing.  Clear use of information gathered but may not be sufficient to sustain the argument.
(d) Evidence of a consistent argument but may have weaknesses or be unconvincing.  Clear use of information gathered but may not be sufficient to sustain    (a) Work is descriptive and uncritical.
Generalisations, unsubstantiated assertions and exaggeration.
(b) Numeric analysis that is incomplete or contains errors which have critical effect, or methods that are applied inappropriately
(c) Lack of consistency or structure in the argument. Serious weaknesses in the integration of evidence and/or no awareness of the limitations or weaknesses of the research.
(d) Over reliance on very restricted range of personal or secondary research much of which may not be evaluated and may not be directly related to the question    (a) Work is wholly descriptive and uncritical.  Contains numerous generalisations, unsubstantiated assertions and exaggeration.
(b) Numeric analysis is almost non-existent and also incorrect
(c) Total lack of consistency or structure in the argument.  Nil or limited integration of evidence and no awareness of the limitations or weakness of research
(d) Generally only a very restricted range of personal research which is not  evaluated and is not directly related to the question
Presentation
a) Structure
b) Referencing
c)Use of Language    (a) Excellent structure and presentation
(b) Precise, full and appropriate references and notes.
(c) Subtle use of language expressing a high degree of thought with clarity and precision to a level appropriate for submission for publication.    (a) Excellent structure and presentation
(b) Precise, full and appropriate references and notes.
(c) Precise use of language expressing complex thought with clarity, accuracy and precision which furthers and enhances the argument     (a) Good structure and presentation
(b) Full and appropriate references and notes with minor or insignificant errors
(c) Clear and precise use of language allowing a complex argument to be easily understood and followed     (a) Adequate structure and presentation
(b) Good references and notes with minor or insignificant errors or omissions
(c) Generally clear use of language sufficient for arguments to be readily understood and followed    (a) Adequate structure and presentation
(b) Competent references and notes but may contain inconsistencies, errors or omissions
(c) Generally understandable use of language but significant errors in expression affecting overall clarity    (a) Poor structure and presentation
(b) Poor references and notes with multiple inconsistencies, errors or omissions
(c) Serious errors in the use of language which makes meaning unclear or imprecise    (a) Extremely poor structure and presentation
(b) Very limited or nil referencing with numerous errors and omissions
(c) Extreme errors in use of language and an extreme lack of clarity

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