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The most recent U. The task environmental dimension includes all elements that occur naturally on earth, including plants, animals, rocks, and natural resources such as air, water, and climate. Current employees, management, and especially corporate culture are part of an organization's internal environment. McDonalds, Burger King, and Checkers are competitors since all three sell fast food to individuals. Labor market forces affecting organizations right now include the growing need for computerliterate knowledge workers and the necessity for continuous investment in human resources through recruitment, education, and training. An example of part of the legal-political dimension of the general environment is a government's report on the decline of unemployment rate. A political lobbyist for General Motors fills an essential boundary-spanning role.
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