Reorganization of BoardMan Management Group
Boardman Management Group initially handled a series of small cottages and local hotels and later began overseeing management and operations of the Baderman Island Resort. The organization is aimed at consumer satisfaction, Boardman Management group decided to reorganize the company to make maximum profit, retain employees and recruit the best candidates to the organization. As a part of the reorganization project, Boardman Management group decided to adopt Myers-Briggs type indicator profile to get the best employees to work for the company.
Transformational Leadership model will be adopted for encouraging critical thinking, inspiring employees, and bringing excitement while collaborating in achieving organization goals. The Boardman Management Group will develop effective culture through example by leadership and awareness through education. The enterprise system will act as the railway to keep this stream of information available to all employees of the company and information technology plays a major role in achieving this.
How the Personality Profile Works
The personality profile is used to help companies match the
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