External And Internal Environmental Analysis

  • External and Internal Environmental Analysis

    External and Internal Environmental Analysis STR 581 August 27, 2012 Barbara Fuller External and Internal Environmental Analysis Apple Inc. was first launched into the technology market as a computer company. In 1976, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak launched Apple Inc. with the mission of reaching a diverse community globally to market its products. Since that time, there have been changes in the external environment of the company that has an impact on the decisions the organization

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  • External and Internal Environment Analysis

    Running head: EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL ENVIRONEMNT External and Internal Environment Analysis Bharti Gupta University of Phoenix External and Internal Environment Analysis: Mayo Clinic The purpose of this paper is to analyze the External and Internal environmental factors of Mayo Clinic (MC). Mayo Clinic is a nonprofit worldwide leader in medical care, research and education for people from all walks of life (Mayo Clinic, 2011). Various types of external and internal factors affect the

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  • External and Internal

    Internal and External Factors Internal and External Factors Introduction Capital One is a successful business. The bank has applied the four functions of management which are planning, organization, leading, and control to aid in their success. Each component is important and it is hard for one to function without the other. There are internal and external factors that affect these four functions of management. The following will explain how these factors affect the functions of management in

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  • Internal and External Environmental Analysis Apple Inc

    found to have significant environmental violations, including 129 factories in 80 countries last year haven't proper disposed dangerous chemicals; 41 factories have not recycled or disposed hazardous wastes; 37 factories failed to monitor and control emissions, more than 10 factories wastewater problems; 63 factories without government departments to request for the license, without the approval of the environmental impact assessment. So, Apple should improve environmental awareness, can’t only

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  • Environmental Analysis

    RUNNING HEADER: ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS Environmental Analysis Strategies for Competitive Advantage MMPBL/590 April 30, 2012 Professor Adeline Boomgaard Wilson began as a private distribution company in 1921. In April 1998, Wilson was purchased by Smith International, Inc. and has since executed major acquisitions on its own accord, purchasing Continental Emsco in 1999, Texas Mill Supply in 2000, and Van Leeuwen (USA) in 2001, as well as a number of smaller acquisitions along the way. These

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  • Building Internal and External Hospitality

    Building Internal and External Hospitality LaKeisha Sanderlin Keller Graduate School of Management Abstract I will be evaluating the guest services department at the Hilton Garden Inn in Charlotte, NC. The hotel is part of a much larger Hilton family that is quite successful, but this particular property is suffering from lower guest satisfaction scores, several recent management changes and the resulting low employee morale. The new guest services manager expects that once the new management

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  • Internal and External Factors

    Internal and External Factors To stay competitive in todays’ market it is important for a company like Netflix to stay up to date with growing trends and to continue to make improvements on how to do things to keep the bottom line intact. In order to keep up with competitors a successful company must take a look at both internal and external factors and how they impact or operations to measure the company’s longevity. In every business environment there are four management functions found which

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  • Ashok Leyland External and Internal Analysis

    Abstract The report provides a consolidated preview of the external environment of Ashok Leyland and the Indian automobile industry. This study will take us through the evaluation of external factors using EFE matrix, to the comparison of the company with its competitors (CPM) and study the incentives given by the government to encourage the expansion of the Indian automobile industry. Introduction The Indian Automotive Industry after de-licensing in July 1991 has grown at a spectacular rate

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  • Riordan External and Internal Equity

    Riordan Internal and External Equity Equity internal alignment is also called the existing relationship between the payment and the different labor positions, skills, and competence within the organization (Milckovich & Newman. 2008). Internal equity describes the comparison of wages paid to the employee performing at the same level or degree within the Riordan organization. Moreover, the External Equity compares wages in the market competition, Riordan Manufacturing play where to employ and

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  • External and Internal Analysis

    External and Internal Environmental Analysis Yum Brands University of Phoenix Strategic Planning and Implementation STR / 581 March 17, 2014 Both external and internal environmental analyses are very important components for any organization’s strategy plan. A review of both of these environments enables the company to identify which ways to compete in the industry they operate. With this planning an organization may also identify what the companies’ weakness and strengths are. Both the

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  • Internal and External Recruitment

    A Case Study on Internal or External Recruiting 1. Objectives of the Case Study The number of managerial positions is limited in most organizations, and employers fill those limited positions with either internal hires or external recruits. This external-versus internal- hiring decision is important, because managerial capability is a critical determinant of the profitability of an organization. In this case study of Powernet, our objectives are to: * Analyse the issues related to

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  • Internal and External

    Internal and external affects the four functions of management Sherron Morrison, Jose Garcia, Melton Horne, James Gatson, Marisa Doporto MGT/230 April 30, 2014 Professor Mario Madrid Internal and external affects the four functions of management Introduction How does the human body operate? That is a complex question, because the human body responds differently due to internal and external factors. These same rules apply to management. The factors that affect management are planning,

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  • External and Internal Enviromental Analysis

    External and Internal Environmental Analysis Jeanette McCullough STR 581 March 24, 2014 Christopher Romano External and Internal Environmental Analysis Dunkin’ Donuts began serving its loyal customers in 1950. Five years later in 1955, they began to spread their wings and open franchises. Dunkin’ Donuts has over 10,000 stores in 33 different countries. The company is now one of the largest baked goods and coffee chains in the world. According to a survey in 2013, the company sells more

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  • Internal and External

    Internal and External factors paper Elizabeth Sanchez MGT/230 Feburary 25, 2014 Mary Roberson Internal and External factors paper Capital One is one of the United States top 10th largest holding banks which specialize in credit cards, auto loans, home loans, savings and banking. With over 963 Capital One Bank Branches across the U.S which includes their 9 Café Style locations known to their customers as the Capital One 360 Brand. They also provide well over 2,000 ATMS throughout the

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  • The External Environmental Analysis (Pestel)

    Developing an external environment analysis THE EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS (PESTEL) A business converts inputs into outputs in order to make a profit. However, the business does not exist in a vacuum, it exists within an external environment consisting of the actions of other players who are outside the business. The external environment consists of: • Political • Environmental • Social • Technological • Economic • Legal Why PESTEL? HOW THE ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS IS IMPORTANT

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  • External and Internal Factors in Management

    e major four functions of management involve planning, controlling, organizing and leading. These functions can be affected by the internal and external factors n a business environment. The external forces that affect the functions of a business include sociological, political, economical and technological (Montana & Charnov, 2000) External factors: Sociological: Includes; the demographic status and trends, work ethics and personal values, and general cultures. (pg, 566.) This factors influences

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  • Internal and External Equity Compensation

    Internal and External Equity Compensation When a company is designing their total compensation plan there are many different factors that need to be taken into consideration. Are they going to go with a compensation plan that focuses on internal equity, external equity or maybe a little bit of both? What kind of benefits are they going to offer? Is the company going to pay for the benefits in full or will the employees be responsible for paying a portion of them? Then there are also the legal

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  • Aspects of Internal & External Hiring

    The Aspects of Internal Hiring Vs. External Hiring: Pros and Cons Calvin Bowens WRTG 394 Advance Business Writing 1 October 2014 Professor John Ross Executive Summary This research provides an evaluation of the historic and current practices used to select internal employees for promotion in mid-level manager position versus selecting external candidates to fill those positions. Methods of this evaluation will include pros and cons, site managers and human resource team feedback, as well

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  • Internal and External Factors Paper

    Internal and External Factors Starr L Jackson MGT/230 -Week 2 October 20, 2014 Professor Robert Stokes University of Phoenix Dallas Campus Internal and External Factors I have been in the financial services industry since I began my career and am very familiar with the internal fee and pricing structure on a retail bank branch. Fee income is driven not only by deposit and lending products but service fees that are generated from fee-based services that charged to customers

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  • External and Internal Environmental Analysis Strategic Planning and Implementation

    External and Internal Environmental Analysis Apple Inc. is a computer product company that was launched into the market through the collaborative efforts of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in the year of 1976 and is aimed at reaching the diverse global community. The changes in the external environment of the company determine the decisions that the corporation will make. Apple Inc. has reputable frameworks that have been developed to assess the external environments of the company. The company has

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  • Internal and External Factors

    2 September 1, 2014 Erica Richmond Internal and External Factors Management is impacted by the external and internal factors of technology, globalization, ethics, diversity, and innovation. For the Walmart Corporation, the internal and external factors are applied towards maintaining their position as a leading retailer. A comprehensive strategic plan includes a situational analysis that considers internal strengths and weaknesses. Walmart’s current strengths and

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  • Recruitment – Internal vs. External

    Recruitment – Internal vs. External As the world today keeps changing and the economy struggles to maintain workforce; there needs to be a lot of things truly thought out before just posting a job and hiring a person. I know in the company that I work for in which I am the Director of HR/Payroll of a management group for eight places; one fireplace/landscape business, three donut shops, and.five assisted living facilities; we have general guidelines of posting jobs and process for recruiting but

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  • External/Internal Factors

    External/Internal Factors University of Phoenix Management: Theory, Practice and Application MGT/330 Oren Gilbert May 29, 2011 Abstract In this paper we will analyze the functions of management at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Looking at the four management functions (planning, organizing, leading, and controlling) and how the functions are affected by internal and external factors. An explanation of how globalization, technology, innovation, diversity, and ethics affect the four

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  • Internal and External Influence on Hrm

    External & Internal Environmental Factors Influencing HRM Activities:- A successful human resources strategy complements a company's mission and goals so what works for an industry giant won't necessarily be suitable for your small business. The factors influencing HR activities aren't static: To maximize recruitment and retention, and to minimize employee issues, small business managers must continually monitor internal and external environmental factors and adjust HR strategy accordingly

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  • External/Internal Factors Paper

    External/Internal factors Paper University of Phoenix Mgt230/ Management, Theory and Practice Prof. Gabriel Medina 7 de febrero 2015 During this essay i will be presenting how the internal and external factor affect the function of Management such as planning, organizing, leading and controlling. Also how the managers can use delegation to manage the factors and function listed. The administration is the process of planning, organizing, leading

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  • Internal and External Integration

    explains that internal integration and external integration have the ability to improve operational performance outcomes, such as cost, quality, delivery and flexibility however their impacts on product innovation are less understood due to their potential in facilitating exploration and exploitation. While studies have tried to show the positive impacts of internal integration and external integration on explorative innovations, due to the fact that internal integration and external integration together

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  • Apple External and Internal Factors

    External/Internal Factors Paper Yolonda Washington, MGT/330 July 20, 2011 Tom Vincent External/Internal Factors Paper In our economy various external and internal factors affect the four functions of management. The four functions as discussed are planning, leading, organizing, and controlling. After reviewing the four functions the first functions is planning, and it is considered to be the main function for the business. “Planning communicates strategic value for the business; leading gives

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  • Internal and External

    Internal and External Factors Holly Yungwirth XMGT/230 May 24, 2015 Craig Fowler The four functions of management; planning, organizing, leading, and controlling can be made or broken depending on the way in which they are ran. Although there are many concepts that can lead to these functions working or falling apart, there are some of the most important; globalization, technology, innovation, diversity, and ethics. Each other these has had a hand in leading the four functions from where

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  • Internal & External Factors

    Internal & External Factors Paper Osvaldo Lopez MGT/230 06/17/2015 Tricia Stewart Internal & External Factors All successful organizations are affected by internal and external factors. These internal and external factors have an impact on the organizations four functions of management. The organizations that better adapt to these factors are the organizations that are the most successful, the more profitable and the companies that have will be around for a long time. AT&T

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  • External and Internal Environment Analysis

    External and Internal Environmental Analysis DSW is the leading footwear specialty retailer in the United States operating 305 shoe stores in 39 states as of January 30, 2010. The shoe warehouse offers a wide assortment of better-branded dress, casual and athletic footwear for women and men, as well as assessories. The company’s main focus is to create a distinctive shopping experience that satisfies both the rational and emotional needs of DSW customers by offering a vast, exciting assortment of

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  • Environmental Analysis

    External and Internal Environmental Analysis George Benelli University of Phoenix Strategic Planning & Implementation STR/581 Lloyd Krieger June 27, 2015 External and Internal Environmental Analysis Introduction The University of Miami Hospital (UMH) is a 560-bed academic acute care center, located just a few miles north of downtown Miami. The hospital was acquired by the University of Miami in 2008; since then, it has become the center of healthcare excellence in South Florida.

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  • Mgt230 Internal External Factors

    Internal and External Factors Paper Avon Banks MGT/230 September 29, 2015 Zina Hampton Introduction It is so important that managers understand how to manage. This word manage is not just getting employees to conform to a specific thing or a standard. As a leader being able to manage involves planning and leading, organizing and controlling. A good leader or manager may not be able to hone these four areas as an expert right away, but with mentoring, training, and time from upper

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  • Internal and External

    Running head: INTERNAL & EXTERNAL FACTORS 1 Internal & External Factors The four functions of management are planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. Planning occurs within these functions of a business, and it helps to deliver strategic value. Organizing builds a dynamic organization and leading helps to mobilize people. Controlling is part of learning and changing as an organization grows. All four functions of management are key to effective management. Internal and external factors influence

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  • Internal and External Environment Scan

    Internal and External Environments Nokia and Facebook Student’s Name Professor’s Name Date Internal and External Environments of Nokia and Facebook Nokia Environmental Analysis Internal Environment Nokia being the most renowned name in the world has a very big network which is distributed across the world, and has large selling when it is compare to other phone company in the world. It is of very high quality and has user-friendly features. The company has strong financial base which enables

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  • External and Internal Environments

    Adidas has addressed them in the recent past. I will further use the two forces to predict what the Adidas Group might do to improve their corporation by addressing these forces in future endeavors. By choosing this corporation I will identify the external threats that affect them in the industry as well as the opportunities available. By doing this I will attempt to give my opinion on the corporation’s greatest threat and opportunity to identify some of their strengths and weaknesses for future growth

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  • Internal External

    XEROX; Internal and External Factors Yumi Apaez MGT/230 Management Theory and Practice November 9, 2015 Mary Tytran XEROX; Internal and External Factors There are several factors that management has to take into consideration when attempting to run a successful company or business. There are external and internal factors that may potentially affect the four functions of management. The management team of companies and businesses may have to deal with external factors such

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  • Internal External Factors of Management

    Mitchells Fruit Farms Organization's External Environment Generally, The external environment of an organization are those factors outside the company that affect the company's ability to function. Some external elements can be manipulated by company marketing, while others require the organization to make adjustments. Monitor the basic components of company's external environment, and keep a close watch at all times. Customers customers are among the external elements you can attempt to influence

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  • Str 581 Week 3 External and Environmental Analysis

    581 WEEK 3 EXTERNAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS A+ Graded Tutorial Available At: http://hwsoloutions.com/?product=str-581-week-3-external-and-environmental-analysis Visit Our website: http://hwsoloutions.com/ Product Description PRODUCT DESCRIPTION STR 581 Week 3 External and Environmental Analysis, Introduction The organization considered in the present situation is Verizon Wireless. An environmental scan of this organization is to be carried out. Regarding the environmental scan, there

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  • External and Internal Environmental Analysis

    External and Internal Environmental Analysis STR/581 April 17, 2014   Cheesecake Factory External and Internal Environmental Analysis A very small number of people have succeeded in their lifetime what the Overton’s accomplished through theirs. By way of a countless work hours, audacity and willpower, Oscar and Evelyn Overton became conscious of their vision - to possess a fruitful small-business such as the Cheesecake Factory. Cheesecake Factory customer base: The average customers to this

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  • External and Internal Analysis of Wfm

    1. External analysis: Describe industry/market dynamics in terms of customers, competitors, potential entrants, product/service substitutes, and suppliers. Customers Whole Foods is known for its strict standard on its food quality as well as its personal care products. Also, it has a commitment to provide natural and organic products to its customers in order to show that Whole Foods cares about its customers, community, and the environment. They have the well designed website that explains

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  • Microsoft - a Review of Capital Structure and Internal External Analysis

    Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) --A Review of Capital Structure and Internal/External Analysis Introduction Bill Gates and Paul Allen had founded Microsoft in 1975 to develop and sell computer languages and microcomputers in Redmond, Washington State. The company had pioneered in operating system business and had been able to invent new technology and acquiring subsidiaries in order to produce a large range of personal computer solutions. Microsoft is currently reporting a rate of return

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  • External and Internal Envirnments

    Running head: BANK OF AMERICA EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENTS Bank of America – External Environments Alan Bahadori Professor Turner Strayer University April 29th 2016 Bank of America – External Environments Bank of America is an industry leader in the financial and banking marketplace. They are a multinational corporation that is the second largest bank holding company in the United States by assets. The extent of Bank of Americas reach is that of a global scale. Bank of America have

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  • Internal and External Factor Paper

    Assignment – Internal and External Factors Paper MGT/230 Assignment – Internal and External Factors Paper Johnson and Johnson (JNJ) began in the late 1880s as a family owned and operated business geared toward the health care and first aid of individuals. In their first 20 years of operation, Johnson and Johnson built a solid domestic business and were among the first responders to the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake. Currently, Johnson and Johnson span the globe with more than 250 locations

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  • External and Internal Environment

    External and Internal Environment Organizations normally operate in a network and are not entirely independent because of the several environments that influence their activities and actions. Some examples of internal and external factors are micro and macro environment that could influence Starbucks are; suppliers, competitors, customers, finances, economic, political, social, environmental, as well as legislation (Starbucks, 2010). Starbucks’ home market is based in the United States which

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  • Internal & External

    terminated. Qantas said the discussion with MAS could not continue as the parties were "unable to reach mutually agreeable commercial terms". euestion 1. Analyze the current situation facing MAS and AirAsia using the internal and external strategic environmental analysis model. Discuss what aspects and why did their collaboration take place. 52.", r-v^x x,'zz$-6-l i 'q#$r--l^:,!"i. p'-

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  • External and Internal Factors

    External/Internal Factors MGT/330 March 26, 2012 Jack Adamchik Abstract In this paper we will analyze the functions of management at Facebook. Examining the four management functions (planning, organizing, leading, and controlling) and in what way the functions are shaped by internal and external factors. How do technology, innovation, globalization, ethics, and diversity impact each of the functions of management? Finally an explanation of how delegation is used by individuals in the

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  • External and Internal Analysis of Foxconn

    External and Internal Analysis of Foxconn Introduction Foxconn, or Hon Hai Precision Industry Co, was founded 37 years ago in Taiwan by Terry Gou. The company initially started as a local computer component manufacturer. Over the past decades, Foxconn had been continuously growing to become the world’s largest electronic components manufacturers with the consolidated revenue of 59.32 billion US dollars in 2010. As the largest electronic manufactures, Foxconn provides electronic components to

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  • External Environmental Analysis

    External Environment Analysis Kristy Sanchez MGT/488 September-Sunday 11, 2011 Jeannette Guignard External Environment Analysis Introduction This essay is written in regards to the Home Depot and the evaluation of their external environment. The Home Depot is a highly successful retail industry that has expanded globally. The Home Depot has a wide variety of supplies and materials for all home improvement projects. They even have tools, equipment, and trucks that can be rented out to assist

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  • External/Internal Factors-Target

    External/Internal Factors-Target Learning Team A MGT/330 June 11, 2012 William Roman External/Internal Factors-Target 2 External/Internal Factors-Target At Target, a well-known corporation that offers a variety of high-quality products to a broad range of consumers, there is much going on behind the scenes. Target’s mission statement, “Our mission is to make Target the preferred shopping destination for our guests by delivering outstanding value, continuous innovation and

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  • External and Internal

    Organizations And External Environment Have you ever imagined yourself as a leader of a huge or small organization ? Which decisions would you make to guarantee a high efficiency of work ? I know that you feel that it may be easy to successful. It's just a decision-making and some employees who need someone to command them. Sitting behind large offices is a dream target for many employees, but to achieve this goal you need not only a hard work, but a high level of knowledge. Neglecting a simple

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