Executive summary The purpose of this report is to reorganize the company for growth, higher revenues, profitability and for greater competitiveness as well as give recommendation. This report has considered the organizational features to be re-modified and challenges to encounter This report summarizes the process that will follow and the proposed restructures. The proposed restructure reflects the need for new ‘‘organic’’ organizational forms. Not only does a company’s organizational structure help determine how well its workers make decisions, but it also reflects how well they respond to environment conditions. The organizational structure can influence workers attitudes toward their job.
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A firm establishes its competitive building by investing scarce resources again and again in its value-added activities. By doing this the organizations will be able to give rise superior products and services that the buyer's desire and continue to grow the business and adhere to its strategic plan once implemented. References Rigby, D. (December 2007). Selecting management tools wisely. Harvard business review, 85(12), 20-22, 3.
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These can be implemented together by following the management by objectives process suggested in Management: A Practical Introduction. After the process is put into place, employees will have higher spirits which will boost output of ideas and, ideally, increase company profits. References Amabile, T. Kramer, S. (2007). Inner Work Life. Harvard Business Review, 1-13.
Global Communications must find a way to increase profitability through innovations to remain vital while staying true to the stakeholders and employees Global Telecommunication can find a way to increase productivity and economic stability by making appropriate company technology adjustments that will decrease layoff possibilities and increase benefits for employees. Generic Benchmarking—The purpose of generic benchmarking is to identify potential solutions to the problem statements defined in Task A. You will do this by looking at how companies in other industries have dealt with similar issues. Task B1: Generic Benchmarking: Topics Instructions for Task B1: In the Response row, identify the topics for which you need information in order to identify potential solutions to the problems identified in Task A. In the Response row, list three to five topics that you will research in peer-reviewed journals, on Web sites, and in popular publications such as magazines and newspapers.