FedEx Business Strategy Descriptive Essay by cee-cee

FedEx Business Strategy
This paper presents an overview and analysis of the FedEx business strategy.
# 107075 | 1,238 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2008 | US

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This paper discusses the business strategy of the FedEx Corporation and explains that the goal of the strategy was to adapt to the business environment and to help the company gain a competitive advantage on the market. The paper specifically focuses on FedEx's business strategy with regard to human resources. The paper describes and analyzes this aspect of the strategy and then discusses methods to measure human resource management practices and activities.

About FedEx
The Business Strategy
HR and the Business Strategy
Possibilities to Increase the Alignment of HR Practices to Business Strategy
Measures to be Considered to Evaluate the Effectiveness of the Relevant HR Processes

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Armstrong, M. (2006), A Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice, Kogan Page, 10th edition.
  • Carter R. 2004 Six Degrees Of Preparation Optimize January, Issue 27 Retrieved from
  • Unavailable author (2003) Human Resource Management - Best Practices at the FedEx Corporation Retrieved from site May 20 2007
  • Kamoche, K. 1996. Strategic human resource management within a resource capability view of the firm. Journal of Management Studies, 33 (2): 213-234.
  • About FedEx, Retrieved from site May 20 2007

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