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LEADING & MANAGING ORGANIZATION
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Table of Contents
LEADING & MANAGING ORGANIZATION1
LEADING & MANAGING IN ORGANIZATION3
1.0 INTRODUCTION:3
3.0 PORTFOLIO: 27
4.0 PORTFOLIO: 311
5.0 PORTFOLIO: 413
6.0 REFERENCES:17

Figure 1: STRESS PLANNING & MANAGEMENT5
Figure 2: RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MANAGEMENT, COMMUNICATION & PROBLEM SOLVIING7
Figure 3: NEED HIERARCHY MODEL8
Figure 4: THEORY X & THEORY Y MODEL9
Figure 5: ORGANIZATION CULTURE13
Figure 6: MANAGING ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE15

LEADING & MANAGING IN ORGANIZATION
1.0 INTRODUCTION:
In an environment changing so rapidly it is difficult to lead and manage, while maintaining profitable growth and competitively advantageous position. International competition is increasing, lowering long term growth and sustainability. It is important to analyze the forces that shape the future of the business world as well as the future of society at large. The traditional management processes need to be revamped and modified to create a new outlook. In the following four portfolios it has been tried to analyze the various aspects of leadership and management. The first portfolio focuses upon the problems that a leader faces at interpersonal levels, and ways to assess and address the problems. The second portfolio focuses upon the different leadership theories which are analyzed in brief, and it has been discussed how a leadership style can be adopted by scrutinizing the theory and matching them with real life situation. The third portfolio encompasses the broader aspects in which an organization operates. It depicts about the organization culture which is the regulatory force in an organization to generate success. The last part, fourth portfolio is based on the facts that managing organization and leading it is a constant process, and to do so we need to be connected to the society and environment. The world is ever changing so as the society. To stay in the run organizations need to respond positively to the changes in its surroundings.

2.0 PORTFOLIO: 1
The following section discusses about the factors which can be detrimental to self development thereby achieving organizational goal. The fast changing scenario often generates stress, miscommunication and problem scenarios, generating conflicts and an unfocussed condition. To solve these issue the organizations should look into the factors that reduce conflicts, minimizes stress upon its employees and improves communication so that the employees can enjoy a peaceful work atmosphere and perform more efficiently and effectively, maximizing productivity.

2.1 MANAGING ORGANIZATIONAL STRESS:
Stress can be defined as the way a person’s body and mind responds to the outside pressures of different situations in life. A moderate amount of stress is needed to achieve goals and complete task successfully. If properly channelized stress can deliver positive result by creating a positive outlook of the work, a competitive zeal, and a moderate amount of pressure to combat with the turmoil. But constant stress, not properly channelized and not relieved, can generate negative outcome by pushing a person into depression loop. The world today is surrounded by stress. With the onset of globalization, there is rapid increase in technological advancement, changes in socio political climate, and changing economic cycle people are stressed always. In case of corporate world stress is hampering the output of employees hence affecting the overall performance. Stress is one of the major characteristics in this fast paced society. However, depending upon the nature and situation stress can be divided broadly into two categories (Concordia University of Health Sciences, 2002). According to the study stress initiates stimuli to perform our task in a more efficient way. Stress is welcome and beneficial up to a certain level, and stress...
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