Organization Development Implemented in Starbucks

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ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT IMPLEMENTED IN
STARBUCKS

INDIRAN MBS141104
LEE YEW HOONG MBS141102
CHONG KUEN SOON MBS1133
CHIA WI PEAW MBS141106
MOHD FAIZAL MBS141114

SEM I 2015/2016
UBSE1123 – Session 01
International Business School, UTM
Lecturer Name: Dr Harcharanjit Singh
Submission Date: 05th Dec 2015

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Table of Contents
1.0 Introduction ............................................................................................................................... 3
1.1 Problem Statement ............................................................................................................... 3
1.2 Challenges ............................................................................................................................ 4
1.3 Opportunities ........................................................................................................................ 5
2.0 Industry Background ................................................................................................................. 5
2.1 Relevant to Issue .................................................................................................................. 6
3.0 Organization Background ......................................................................................................... 7
3.1 Historical Background ......................................................................................................... 7
3.2 Branches & Location............................................................................................................ 8
3.3 Products and Services .......................................................................................................... 8
3.4 Customer/ Clients Description…...

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