Macro environment factors refer to all external uncontrollable forces that affect the decision-making, strategies and performance of any organization. Macro environment factors are often categorized using the acronym "PE... More »

The environmental factors in marketing include political, economic, social, technological, environmental and legal factors (PESTEL). This PESTEL analysis is a framework that marketers use to analyze and monitor these fac... More »

Carry out a SWOT analysis on a business by conducting a thorough inventory and examination of its internal structure and organization to find its greatest strengths and weakness, either as a whole or in a specific area. ... More »

A macro environment consists of several factors for analysis, including political, economic, social, technological, legal and environmental factors. As such, it is commonly known as a PESTLE analysis. It is a framework t... More »

According to BusinessDictionary.com, a macro environment consists of the major external and uncontrollable factors that influence an organization's decision making and affect its performance and strategies. It refers to ... More »

Science may help solve environmental problems when laboratory tests are conducted to understand better the occurrence and most effective way of eliminating disease-causing microorganisms in the environment. Science is a ... More »

Environmental ethics is a form of philosophy that considers the ways humans interact with their natural environment and with nonhuman animals. This includes a moral consideration of the human approach to natural resource... More »