Gap Analysis: Global Communications
Albert Einstein said, “The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them.” This concept is one that must be taken into consideration by Global Communications when deciding on how to best overhaul/steam line the company to be able to produce a quality product. The end goal is to become a competitive powerhouse within the global marketplace. This will negate the certain demise of GC due to a lack support from stakeholders, insuring that the company does not have to shut down completely.
Such an overall will demand careful attention to all stakeholders involved. Global Communications must take the time needed to get to the root of the problem. Recovering from the current state of destruction will mean making decisions that may not be supported initially by all parties involved. It is in these areas that GC must strive to maximize the communication process of transmitting an effective message that the company understands the concerns and questions of each stakeholder. Furthermore, GC must strive to minimize the amount of noise that will act as barrier blocking the desired communication from achieving the goal of smooth transition and plan acceptance by all. (McShane,Von Glinow, 2005)
Issue and Opportunity Identification
The decision to outsource work to India and Ireland has been made my Global Communications as an attempt to produce a better product, decrease expenses for labor, and increase overall market value. This decision though requires effective time management for releasing of information. The company must recognize that is stands to lose all support of stakeholders because of questions that will arise as a result of deciding to move the company aboard. At this stage buy-in to the move is very important so each use of the nine step process as for problem solving would truly help identify when to notify each of the four...
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