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Assume our company, HRM Suppliers, sells 2 distinct product lines, bombs, and baby formula. What type of structural configuration would be most appropriate, a divisional or functional structure? Why?Most companies pursue either a low-cost or differentiation strategy. In what ways is day-to-day life different for employees working for firms employing these 2 strategies? As a manager, which type of strategy is more enjoyable to pursue? Easier to pursue? Which strategy is most likely to generate above-market returns?

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