...ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE AND
DIAGNOSIS AND FEEDBACK AT ADHIKAR
NUR SYAZWANI AHMAD
SITI RAFIAH AYUB
NUR AQILAH JAMALUDIN
Non-governmental organization (NGO).
Head quarted in Jharkhand, India.
Founded in 1985 by Rajan Mishra.
Against the unjust distribution of
wealth,resources or power.
Adhikar’s Scope Of Work
Weisbord’s Six-Box Model
Based on data provided in the case, what’s
your analysis of the situation at Adhikar? Is
the organization in trouble? If so, how big is
the problem? Is the organization “doing
fine?” That is, are all the data presented
just symptoms of an organization that is
young and growing?
Method of collecting data:
Interviews with each of the coordinators
Memos and report familiarization of the
Issues raise from the data collection:
• Adhikar is not really in trouble but if the
issues remain unsolved, it might affect the
health of growing organization in future.
• Most of the issues raised are just a
symptoms of organization that is young
Design the feedback meeting. What is
the purpose of the meeting? What is
the agenda? How will you present the
• Distribute copies of the feedback report in
...Reflection Journal: TEXOILCASE Summer 2015
For the Texoil negotiation, I was assigned the role of the Service Station Owner. As such, my
main objective was to sell the station and get the best possible agreement. My BATNA was
$518,000, which accounted the present and the next two years expenses ($478,000) plus half of
the year salary upon return from the trip ($35,000). My asking price was 650,000 explaining to
Texoil that the market price was around $800,000. The benchmark was the cost of constructing
the new gasoline ($650,000) plus other costs (years of permits, land construction, loss of
customer during that timeframe).
My main strategy on this deal was to first share the information to set a positive tone of being
“forthcoming and with genuine interest” to sell to Texoil due to the long term partnerships these
past 12 years. I was willing to tell the story about why we are selling, what were the plans for the
boat trip and the future plans upon returning. Then, I ranked my priorities price and relationship.
Finally, I wanted to go into the negotiation knowing my target price (hoping for$650K) and my
reservation price ($553).
By not reaching an agreement, I have mixed feelings in the outcome. In one hand, sometimes it
takes a few more conversations to solidify a deal (more talking not necessary means coming into
agreement). In the other hand, I’ve felt that this negotiation was hampered by having...
...registered at the Ministry of Justice practice (particularly in Vietnams Ministry of Finance). Socially independent auditors have no common interests, no relationship with the audited firm. The work of independent external auditor Check the legality and validity of the documents, accounting data, the execution of policies, accounting practices, financial statement. Check and confirm the level of honesty and reasonableness of the financial statement by the accounting units created. Check and confirm the value of the equity of the joint venture parties, shareholders, verify the truthfulness, accuracy and completeness of the accounting data and financial statement of joint venture, dissolution, merger, split, equitization, bankruptcy and other cases prescribed by law. Assess finance , accounting and consulting services to financial management, accounting and tax at the request of customers The role of independent external auditor Financial statements are used for a variety of purposes and decisions. For example, financial statements are used by owners to evaluate managements stewardship, by investors for making decisions about whether to buy or sell securities, by credit rating services for making decisions about credit worthiness of entities, and by bankers for making decisions about whether to lend money. And the auditors responsibility is to express an opinion on whether management has fairly presented the information in the financial statements. In an...
A true teacher is not someone who just teaches lessons to his/her students. Rather, a teacher is like a guide, who helps the students in each and every sphere of life, by giving the right advice. They are our future makers. All the great achievers in the world have come to this level because of their teachers. Without them, these great achievers would also have been like a blank sheet of paper.
Teacher's Day is celebrated to acknowledge the contribution of teachers in our life. In India, Teacher’s day is celebrated on 5th of September, every year. This day is also the birthday of Mr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan. He was a scholar, a democrat, the president of India, & above all he was a teacher.
Once, during his birthday his students came up & requested him to celebrate his birthday. Mr. Radhakrishnan was not ready for it he said “instead of celebrating my birthday, it would be my proud privilidge if this day would be celebrated as teacher’s day”. From then onwards, teachers day has been celebrated every year in the honour of our teachers
Teachers mould our lives by teaching us the values which remain throughout our lives. Teachers need encouragement and support from the community to feel that their devotion to students is appreciated. A good teacher is like a candle - it consumes itself to light the way for others.
I take this opportunity to wish all my dear teachers a very happy teacher’s day....
...1. Why is it necessary to provide employees with regular, consistent and constructive feedback?
It is very important to let the people the organisation has hired know that the managers aware that things are good and that their efforts are appreciated. When correctly given, feedback helps improve job performance while promoting professional and personal growth in employees. Providing feedback can improve employee morale and reduce confusion regarding expectations and current performance. Think of feedback as guidance that will enable employees to learn as well as improve the quality of his/her work. You will also see a difference in how feedback enhances your interpersonal relationship with your employees.
2. What steps might be taken if it is necessary to follow-up performance appraisals?
Set performance goals with each employee. These goals focus on the employee’s specific performance on the job, such as his productivity, output, results, competencies, and behaviors.
Set developmental goals with each employee. These goals focus on building the employee’s expertise, skills, and abilities. The idea is to make strengths even stronger, as well as to develop the areas in which the employee’s knowledge and skills are deficient.
Wander around. Your effectiveness in the performance appraisal process, as well as your effectiveness as a manager, will be greatly enhanced if you spend time working...
...Feedback notes on the Gucci case study
Question 1: What are the unique features of a luxury goods supply chain in terms of demand characteristics?
Product design and innovation drives demand
Low visibility of future demand leads to order based rather than forecast based replenishment
High value & margin products
High level of new product introduction
Short campaign cycles with high level of new product introduction
Question 2: Analysing Gucci’s Supply Strategy
Gucci supply strategy is focused on local sourcing: the supply network is located in the leather district around Florence, a tight-knit & high quality capability region - but also very expensive.
Give that the market is willing to pay a premium price which has to cover high-cost production in Tuscany, Gucci supply strategy is based on local sourcing with three major strengths:
This allows Gucci to be both fast and reliable in developing & introducing new collection.
High level of quality. The local supply base allows Gucci to maintain a strong control on quality, starting from the quality of the raw materials that are forwarded to Gucci, inspected by Gucci and then sent to its suppliers. The set up of any new model can be strongly supported by Gucci technical staff to allow the suppliers be quick to attain the high standards company requires. Gucci’s traditional suppliers in the Florence region are basically craftsmen. So in addition...
Project summary :Event management industry in Pakistan is the most growing industry. The trend of event management is increasing day by day in Pakistan. People are more conscious about their status and they are more interested in celebrating the events in their homes, halls or some other places.
This project is all about opening up the hall for birthday party celebration with boundless fun and technological amusement. For opening of such a hall, there are different activities that are required to be done for final product lay out. Our location is Defence Lahore. The hall space is about 2 kanal having office, store room, kitchen and a big 1 kanal hall. RS. 185.58 MILLION Estimation is required for construction.
Basically our target market is all kids and adults who love to celebrate their birthday with unlimited friends along with unlimited fun. Constraints and assumptions are also included in this project.
Project title: construction of hall for Birthday party celebration
Project start date: 23-8-2014 project finish date: 2-7-2015
Project manager: Sania faryal ,36637879, firstname.lastname@example.org
Construction of hall for birthday parties which will be situated in Defence. hall space is about 2 kanal completed within 11 month approximately based on Lahore Development authority defined standard.Budgeted amount 185.58 MILLION Is required for construction.
Develop detail cost estimation for project and report
A recent MasterCard poll suggests that 80% of all restaurant complaints are related to poor service, not inadequate products. 23% of those surveyed said they would never return to a restaurant where they were dissatisfied with the service they received.
Likewise, the National Association of Customer Service found that the biggest reason retail customers decide not to return to an establishment relates directly to the level of personal attention and treatment they receive from the service staff. There's no escaping it; service is very much a "hot button" today.
With more restaurants than ever to choose from, your customers are less likely to give you another chance than they were 10 years ago. And as these surveys imply, the easiest and most common way to lose customers, or to cause them to return less often, is by failing to deliver in the service area.
Our service section will go beyond just the prevailing view of "good service." Service can be approached as just a series of mechanical functions, serve from the left, clear from the right. Obviously the mechanics are important, but you won't gain a competitive advantage today by just being efficient.
Our resident service experts will present a series of ideas and approaches to focus and capitalize on the human dimension of service. They believe that successful foodservice is fundamentally and ultimately based on human relationships and personal connection. You'll get ideas you can use to create a...