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In an organization Synergy becomes very important. Take an organization of your choice and bring out the importance of synergy in making the organization more productive.

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1. In an organization Synergy becomes very important. Take an organization of your choice and bring out the importance of synergy in making the organization more productive. In this assignment I have chosen Al Wahdania General Trading Company (AWGTC) to bring out the importance of synergy. We will see how synergy helps the organization to reach new heights. Concepts of Synergy. Synergy means that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. The concept of synergy is at the core of resource-based thinking, dating back to Edith Penrose's seminal contribution. More specifically Penrose (1959), without using the actual word though, was concerned with two forms of synergy: the possibility of sharing particularly managerial resources, which is brought about due to inevitable indivisibilities of resources, and transfer of excess (and limitedly tradeable) resources. ...read more.

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has been one of the most successful exporters and distributors in the United Arab Emirates. Every single year since its establisment AWGTC has shown great profits. Though AWGTC is a small company with only 85 employees still it has an annual turnover of 100,000,000 AED. The company imports different kinds of Foodstuff products, Cigarettes and also manufactures Cigarettes locally. The company distributes its products locally and also exports to many CIS countries and some Asian countries. Most of the company's products have one thing in common i.e. all the products it deals in are of FMCG type, which provides rich opportunities for synergies of different kind. Sources Of Synergy at AWGTC. 1. Common Finance Dept. Though the company has four branches and one factory in United Arab Emirates but still they share a common finance dept. ...read more.

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4. Common Export Bureau. A common export bureau has been setup at the head office. Any export enquiry that approaches to any of the branch is forwarded to the export bureau that handles them. This again saves the cost of keeping an export manager in each branch. 5. Asset Sharing. Different branches of the company come up with orders for manufacturing of cigarettes and other products of different specifications. A centralized R&D department has been setup, which deals with these queries forwarded by any of the branch. The ability to share R&D costs among multiple product lines therefore remains an important opportunity for gaining cost and differentiation advantages compared to less diversified competitors. Conclusion. At the end of this assignment we come to conclude that implementing different kinds of synergies can greatly effect the position of the company and helps different departments of an organization in cooperating with each other. This cooperation of the departments leads to the success of the organization. ...read more.

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