I spoke with the managers of the department. They told me about a problem with the new employees; they have acquired all the necessary skills, they are diligent, always on the time but seems that there are misunderstanding between them and their supervisors. Employees usually fail to comply with the task given to them, they misunderstand the assignment and then supervisors need to explain them again what they want and from the second or maybe even from the third time the employees succeed. Because of the misunderstanding the work process slows down hence performance worsens. “They just don’t listen” – concluded the manager.
At times we may come in contact with individuals that consider themselves fully qualified to perform the duties set before them; however, this presents a situation where you may have to get the job done yourself to ensure it is done correctly. The company has been told by the vendors that their payment was not made; therefore, UPS has suspended their account until unpaid items are rectified. Due to this inconvenience, the company had to contact a different shipping organization, FedEx, and pay their inflated prices in order to ship their packages at the end of each day. Embarrassment has settled in with the individuals that are ordering the parts and some tension has risen among the co-workers and management. Eventually the problem was resolved but not before causing embarrassment and headaches for the co-workers who endured them every day.
Overview The Regulatory Review Commission’s (R.R.C) has recently established a new government operations center that deals with receiving, accumulating, and disseminating various reports and operational projects within the RRC. Monique Richard, a supervisor generally complains about how her employee Brain regularly shows up late to work, misses certain deadlines, and how he suffers from major unethical and disciplinary attitudes. Problems The RRC has many problems many of which are caused as a result of Brain’s lack of motivation. Brain contributes to major problems within the department. Problems such as his regular and unexplained absenteeism are becoming a serious contributor; his lack of motivation is causing Monique absolutes reasons to discharge him from his duties.
First, managers were uncomfortable with their role in managing the vicissitude. Some feared recrimination while others did not have the experience or implements to efficaciously manage their employees resistance. Managers withal were concerned about the demands and responsibilities placed on them by the new business processes, systems or technologies. • Fear of job loss: Managers felt that if change occurs the system changes and that can have effect on their job security. Middle management is often the victim of large-scale business change.
However, this has not been communicated well. All the employees hear the whole day is complaints from unhappy customers. Most of the time they are caught between what the customers wants and company policy. They are not sure whom they are supposed to keep happy. Misinterpretation in the midst of changes in the company has been ... ... middle of paper ... ...y, Ed.D “High-Performance Problem Solving” Organizational Universe Systems.
Many of these terminations are contributed to poor decision making on the part of the manager performing the review. The first problem associated with managers is that the standards for which the employee must meet are not clear and concise. The employee should understand exactly what is expected when hired. Many times this is not the case. Inadequate training and unclear expectations leave employees with a lot of uncertainty regarding what is expected.
Background of the Study The relationship between employees and leaders is disintegrating on a daily basis and organizations continue to face the risk of suffering from the existing conflict. The internal culture of an organization is usually determined by leadership behavior and the perceptions of employees in that workplace. Leadership in an organization is usually a two-sided interaction between leaders and employees to achieve a commo... ... middle of paper ... ...iderations There are probable ethical issues that will emerge during the research including employees’ concerns on confidentiality, potential legal actions against organizational leaders, and probable victimization of the employees or leaders. In attempts to address these ethical considerations, human subjects will be protected through seeking their informed consent from each of them as well as from the organization. The informed consent will be properly documented and interviews and observations conducted in environments that ensure confidentiality.
Also, the company faced the problem of retained employee after some amount... ... middle of paper ... ...middle managers are busy fighting the consequences of the last hour due to training and they can perceive new initiatives as a distraction. Moreover, most of the middle management staff is expert in the legacy system they felt treated to their own authority role as ERP system going to be implemented. Lastly is poor project management effectiveness. Due to limited ERP knowledge, capability and poor management skills none of the company's project managers could exercise the effective project management of ERP implementation. ERP system was complex, so in order for the project to be successful, the project teams were required to collaborate with top management, another department, users and consultants during the ERP process.
Organizational behavior is a topic that describes the behaviors of employees within a workplace. In this particular case, organizational behavior methods were widely described due to the multiple issues within this case. This case was overall a failure due to team development and interdependence. The interdependence between Shalini, Sara, Philly, and Rishi was not very cohesive and therefore made their behaviors reflect badly. With the downfall in interdependence and also in development, it is important to look further into other aspects as to why this team did not work well together.
I have learned that along with leadership there needs to be rules and regulations in place, because without an organized company employees will not feel secure in their work environment. When I started at UCCC I quickly noticed that many things were out of place, the front office was a mess, many of the employees had not had their evaluations completed, and in addition, the office staff had conflict between the front office and the back office. I immediately set out to make sure the front office was cleaned up. My first priority is to ensure that confidential papers were off the floor and filed away. I then set out to ensure that employee evaluations were completed.