7.2 Research Findings and insights This study presented that success dimension of a WPS from US perspective can be viewed from three focal user’s behaviors. Acquiring information from a personalized Website involves the transfer of required information of interest from Web pages via server to a user. Information of interest may relate to what users expect to find from a personalized Website. For instance, products and prices from commercial personalization, recommendation of friends and potential networking in social networking and dating services, fully control of Web pages including the contents, themes and news in architectural personalization. Giving information refers to the transfer of information from user to the personalized services both explicit and implicit approaches, for providing personalized features.
However, we cannot memorize all of them at once. Therefore, there are three principles that will help a lot in any situation in the business world i.e. Respect, courtesy and common sense. These principles even encourage forgiving someone if someone has made a mistake in the business environment. Similarly, if someone has an ambiguity, it is better to ask questions for clarity.
In order to be aligned with an over- arching innovation goal, communication has to be meaningful by creating verbal and nonverbal messages. Again, the intended message should be understood appropriately with the primary goal that develops a common understanding of the message from both the sender's and receiver's perspectives. Open dialogue and communication is integral in building a self-sufficient agency capable of accomplishing arduous missions. The Johari window serves as an example of an excellent communication model. The Johari model seeks to build trust between organizational leadership and subordinates.
This paper will not take this approach to the issue of whether or not it is a wise agreement, but will look at what business can do to better itself with the existing FTA. If Canadian business is to survive and prosper in this radically changed North American and Global atmosphere of easier trading, then it must adapt. Some of the main areas that will have to be addressed is the need for more productive and efficient operations, a new focus by business on the new trading reality, and a change in policies by Government to enable Canada to function better with the FTA. The FTA stands to alter Canadian business which has grown rather relaxed and inefficient behind walls of tarrifs. While these may have initially spurred industry, they have after time encouraged complacency.
Why? What might an effective communication strategy look like? Although it is important to communicate with the support staff on major decisions in an organization, it should cover only on the issues likely to affect them. Whereas the support staff contributes to the success of an organization, they cannot be involved in every decision-making process. Strong leadership requires the support staff the support staff to understand where the business is heading to; as a result, effective leaders should use specification communication strategies to address the support staff on the company goals.
Managers are different in this aspect, as they are given authority/power and trust factor might not be required to actively participate in management, subordinates might not be performing their tasks willingly. The above idea is adopted from the most recent leadership definition by Manfred Kets de Vries, he defines leadership style as the point of interaction between the leader’s character, the follower’s character and the situation. (Manfred Kets de Vries, The Leadership Mystique, Financial Times Prentice Hall, 2001) To gain people’s trust, the first steps is to communicate, Warren Bennis observed the significance of rhetoric and eloquent, “Effective leaders put words to the formless longings and deeply felt needs of others. They create communities out of words.” (Bennis Warren, An Invented Life: Reflections on Leadership and Change, Reading, Mass, Addison-Wesly, 1993) The Traits theory, otherwise known as the Great Man theory, is the origination of leadership theories. This theory believes that there is a unique set of qualities for a leader, mainly: his intelligence and ability to judge, his knowledge power, self-confidence and dependabil... ... middle of paper ... ...and Organisational Behaviour, 6th Edition, FT Publishing Johnson, Scholes & Whittington, 2005, Exploring Corporate Strategy, 7th Edition, FT Prentice Hall Manfred Kets de Vries, The Leadership Mystique, Financial Times Prentice Hall, 2001 Bennis Warren, An Invented Life: Reflections on Leadership and Change, Reading, Mass, Addison-Wesly, 1993 Steven F. Hayward, Churchill on Leadership, 1997, ICS Press Blake and Mouton (1964) Mcgregor’s X and Y theory (1987) Leadership styles, 2002, Tony Kippenberger Human Resource Management, Derek Torrington, Laura Hall & Stephen Taylor, 5th Edition, 2002 Hitler’s Leadership Style by Dr Geoffrey Megargee http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/war/wwtwo/hitler_commander_01.shtml Secrets of Leadership: Hitler and Churchill by Andrew Roberts http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/war/wwtwo/hitler_churchill_01.shtml Adolf Hitler http://www.remember.org/guide/Facts.root.hitler.html Hitler as he believes himself to be http://www.nizkor.org/hweb/people/h/hitler-adolf/oss-papers/text/oss-profile-01.html