The business environment is always changing because there are new things that come up in business every day. The new ideas that are coming up in business can work well and remain in the business environment or fail and be removed from the business environment. When these ideas that get accepted to the business environment start to be used in the market, it is important that even the new businesses also start using them. The new businesses and the old ones can also choose not to accept the new ideas and refuse them using all the available economic tools. The development in technology also affects businesses and the economy a lot.
That means my system can be categorized as success in the first test. The next test, I asked the employees if the system is hard or not to use and unfortunately most of them said that it is quite hard and confusing. In the design specification, it also written that I need to asked the... ... middle of paper ... ...ion, I have performed really well during the creating process; however I realized that it still needs an improvement especially in the time management. For the next project creating stage, I think I need to make a better time management so that the create stage will become much better. In my opinion, the system which is a solution for the business impacts both myself and the business.
The biggest pain point in any company transformation and re-organization is the effect on the employees who are impacted the most, often in the form of layoffs, or job description changes, which require the employee to re-apply for their own job, albeit a new role and title. I try to keep an open mind about this, especially since the reason I was able to join the company in the first place was as a result of open positions due to a previous transformation that the company went through nearly four years ago. So while the loss of good employees is inevitable, there is also opportunity to see an influx of new talent throughout the company, which is exciting. The hardest part of the transformation, for me, is seeing someone you have worked with for years lose his or her job. It is very difficult watching very talented individuals being offered severance packages and having their jobs eliminated.
This is a stuff case as two individuals are involve and both needs to be correct, but after carefully reviewing each alternative to solve the issue the best alternative is application of the policy in place by the company. Although at first it seems more reasonable to reprimand the boss, the employee’s action is greater than the boss. The boos is acting in good faith although incorrectly, where as the employees is acting consciously knowing that what he’s doing is wrong. The fact that the employee is lying and taking advantage of his boss, is unethical and amoral. Is not fair to the boss or coworker his action, as he meddle with the health of the company’s environment by creating discomfort and frustrations among employees.
Introduction As a project management professional, the feeling of being empowered to act on behalf of my organization is sometimes intimidating. The mission of my organization is clear, it is the process of getting the entire team to march in the right direction to accomplish the goals. Most team members do not feel empowerment or are encouraged to collaborate and are they strongly believe that outside influences do in fact affect team members’ abilities to accomplish the task at hand. In this paper, I will explain some of the traits that make a great leader, describe my experience when I first came on-board as a Project Manager for a newly formed division, share the methods of self-improvements and address the steps and methods in the provided pre-activity readings. Leadership traits Leadership involves unifying a group of people in order to struggle towards a common goal.
Each stage also demands different talents and perspectives, and new leaders usually have to be brought in as businesses progress. The visionary who is well suited to leading a new business through its early experimental stages is often poorly equipped to guide the venture through the expansion and integration stages, when sales and organizational skills become more important than bold thinking and creativity (Garvin, 2004). The manager?s job is three-fold. They need to: 1) decide what needs to be done and how it is to be accomplished; 2) continually react to market conditions, 3) make sure his and his employees' efforts support that continually changing vision. Without a strong leader at the helm, the vision of the firm will be quickly outdated and the firm will be overrun by increased costs and declining sales (Osheroff p21).
In addition sales will decline because customers will take their business elsewhere. Intersect has the opportunity to start with the employees and develop a plan that will educate the employee and strengthen the sales goal simultaneously End-State Vision Intersect is a very aggressive company and the great news is that they are interested in putting their customers at the forefront of what they do. With this being said some of the practices that ... ... middle of paper ... ...bankofamerica.com/file.php/mr_bankofamerica/spinsite_docfiles/364/Annual+Report_032007.pdf McShane, S.L., & Von Glinow, M.A. (2004). Organizational Behavior: Organizational Structure and Design.
This implies that LTD’s overarching strategy is driv... ... middle of paper ... ...ity. Resources: Anderson, J.C., Narus, JA., & van Rossum, W. (2006). Customer value propositions in business markets. Harvard Business Publishing. Retrieved from http://hbr.org/ Johnson, M.W., Christensen, C.M., & Kagermann, H. (2008).
Competition benefits the entire nation because it forces all competitive businesses to make their products better or reasonably priced. Obviously, a company that produces poor quality, expensive products is bound to be forced out of business (Griffin & Ebert, 1999). Organizations should research their competition within the framework of strategic planning (Berkowitz, 2011). Firms must assess not only the existing competition but also potential competition. New entrants into a market are usually a risk to existing organizations because they increase the pot... ... middle of paper ... ...formation, inspire professionals, and hold people accountable in an unbiased manner.
Managing Risk in Projects. Fundamentals of Project Management. Farnham: Gower. p20-25. Harvard Business Review Press (2012).