business - globally companies are expected to do more than merely provide jobs and contribute to the economy through taxes and employment.
The concept of corporate social responsibility has gained prominence from all avenues. Organizations must realize that government alone will not be able to get...
analysis process that gathers information from multiple sources, sifts, analyses, refines, adds value and redistributes is evidence that the appropriate mechanisms are in place.
• Information and Knowledge Management - using techniques to identify, audit, value (cost/benefit), develop and...
is not a new concept but was always there in the midst of all the issues.
Where should companies focus?
Michael E. Porter in his work titled "The competitive advantage of corporate philanthropy" has found a zone in which the organizations should operate in order to yield both social benefits...
4. Doeswork culture of the company help in boosting the morale of the employees?
a) How do you define the culture of your organization?
5. What efforts are taken to ensure that the employees have a good working environment?
6. How often are performance...
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183. A strong corporate culture helps an organization because it can do all of the following EXCEPT:
A. Provide a clear vision of what the organization is attempting to accomplish.
B. Allow individuals to rally around a company vision and work hard to...
* What is the best technique to train employees?
* How to incorporate feedback from individuals?
* Why do employees leave the company? Where do they go?
* Whatdoes the individual employee think of workenvironment?
Currently HR is not empowered to answer these questions...
employed in 80 offices around the globe .CISCO believes in creating a dynamic and positive workenvironment for its employees and reduce stress levels.
Global leader like IBM, Accenture etc. take a holistic approach to their employee diversity program. These companies take...
market leader, TM is driven by stakeholder valuecreation in a highly competitive environment.
The Group places emphasis on delivering an enhanced customer experience via continuous customer service quality improvements and innovations, whilst focusing on increased operational efficiency and...
software maker) effort in creating a centralized data system on children for adoption.
With serious money and human resources involved, how does it benefit the organization? It is not uncommon to hear of rumors that in many cases no actual work was done and projects were shown on paper to gain tax...
, especially those that revolve around the core values and candid communication, the rewards need to be in high regard to the employee and not necessarily monetary, Microsoft shows this in Built to Change when it “employees have challenging work and, of course, one of the most highly rewarding stock...
examined. This element is the hardest to define, and often the one with the most influence.
What do people really do to getwork done?
How does information flow around the organization?
What are the beliefs and values of individuals in the organization?
What leadership style is adopted?
Shared Values: these are the core values of the company that are evidenced in the corporate culture and the general work ethic.
Style: the style of leadership adopted.
Staff: the employees and their general capabilities.
Skills: the actual skills and competencies of the employees...
: the traditional approach to corporate governance does not only fail increasingly in the area of accountability. The other aspect of corporate governance, Rolf H. Carlsson, is stating is systematically overlooked from the “stakeholder model” based corporate governance approach: valuecreation. And...
decisions and actions used to formulate and implement strategies that will provide a competitively superior fit between the organization and its environment so as to achieve organizational goals
Core competency- Something that the organizationdoes particularly well compared to others
create stakeholder value for suppliers through the benefits of long-term business relationships
* For local communities this value can be found in such areas as the citizenship that businesses display when they use and contribute to public services
* For employees, valuecreation takes such...
a knowledge management cycle; lessons learned, and the guidelines that they spawn, have no intrinsic value. The benefits come from ensuring that the lessons are actually applied - which is another story!
Knowledge Management - Keys to Successful Communities of Practice (Networks) How can I make...
unable to get a fuller theory of the system. This characterized that the organizations have control over its environment (Key 1999).
Stakeholder theory does not take into account of the element of change in the environment that occurs over time. Although environmental assessment and scanning helps...
to manage successfully.
The work with others is crucial in an organization and hereby also the ability of helping others with their accountability. The results will be an...