Challenges in the Global Business Environment

Challenges in the Global Business Environment
Chevron Corporation

Kristin Velix:
Professor Ware
Strayer University:
Friday, 28 November 2014

According to “Chevron is one of the world’s leading integrating energy companies, with subsidiaries that conduct business worldwide.” Chevron is also one of the largest oil companies in the United States, and is based out of San Ramon, California. The Code of Conduct that Chevron employees, as it relates to other companies in the industry is stellar in nature and action. The technological advancements that now challenges this huge oil company in a global society, while it attempts to bring about an effective and productive brand to the global business environment. The company employee’s 58,000 people around the world, and also runs over 4000 service stations. Chevron also produces over two million barrels of crude oil a day. In this huge business environment the company faces many challenges, such as unethical business practices, failure to embrace technological advancements, and stiff competition among other competitors in the oil business (Chevron, 2012). Chevrons Business Conduct and Ethics Code is the foundation of which the company’s core values are built on. The Principles that Chevron stands for guides all business conduct and does clarify any misconception for any, and all situations that may be encountered on the job by its employee’s. In all global business’s today it is the responsibility of each company to ensure there is a the list of resources for the company, which contain policies and procedures that are available to help all employee’s conduct business in an ethical manner.
The Nature, Structure, and Types of Products and Services of Chevron
Chevron is one of the largest integrated energy companies in the world. It is a fortune 500 company and the 2nd largest energy company in the USA. Chevrons Business Conduct and Ethics Code is the foundation of which the...