Strategic Audit Report
Dr. Ashraf Sheta
Mohamed Mohsen Khallaf
Table of Contents:
Strategic posture: 1. Organizational profile (minimum one page) 2. Vision 3. Mission 4. Organizational objectives (bullet points) 5. Corporate governance (minimum one page) 6. CSR (minimum one page) 7. Core values (bullet points) 8. Code of conduct (bullet points) 9. Policies/standard operating procedure External factor analysis 10. Stakeholders analysis (primary, secondary) (diagram) 11. PESTEL analysis (minimum one page) 12. Task environment (minimum one page) 13. Issues priority matrix (diagram) 14. Porter five competitive forces analysis (minimum one page) 15. Strategic group (diagram) 16. Strategic type (one paragraph) 17. Industry matrix …show more content…
More than 154,000 employees, based in 76 countries, accompany 32 million clients throughout the world on a daily basis. Societe Generale‟s teams offer advice and services to individual, corporate and institutional customers in three core businesses:
Retail banking in France with the Societe Generale branch network, Credit du Nord and Boursorama; International retail banking, with a presence in Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, in the Mediterranean basin, in Sub-Saharan Africa, in Asia and in the French Overseas Territories; Corporate and investment banking with a global expertise in investment banking, financing and global markets.
Societe Generale is also a significant player in specialised financing and insurance, private banking, asset management and securities services. Societe Generale is included in the socially-responsible investment indices FTSE4Good and ASPI.
Fully unlock the Group’s growth potential
Societe Generale‟s portfolio of activities is unique in that it offers, compared to a large number of peers, significant potential for sustainable and profitable growth. In addition to holding significant competitive advantages, the Group operates in geographies with significant potential