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Organizational Knowledge Management Theory and Application Management theories help managers succeed in advancing the company goals. Knowledge management is one of the theories. Knowledge management is the management of corporate knowledge and intellectual assets; furthermore, knowledge management adds value to an organization by enabling an enterprise to act more intelligently (Gupta et al., 2002). Koenig, (2012), defines knowledge management theory as a “discipline that promotes an integrated approach to identifying, capturing, evaluating, retrieving, and sharing all of an enterprise's information assets”. He goes on to say, “these assets may include databases, documents, policies, procedures, and previously un-captured expertise and experience in individual workers" (Koenig, 2012, para 4).
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Implementation of Good business codes is the foundation for the establishment of a system, structure, and culture of the company that adaptive with the changes in the business environment and also increasingly competitive and able to build a system of internal control and good risk management. Implementation of Good business codes is believed capable of strengthening the competitive position of the company, managing resources and risk more efficiently and effectively, increasing corporate value and investor confidence, as well as the competitiveness of the company continuously. In business codes applies the principles which should be followed by the company including the manager, employees, shareholder, etc. Business codes has principles that must be taken by the company to achieve its goals and should be used as guidelines in order to have a standard that prevents the onset of lameness in view of moral ethics as a standard work . Business codes are important for the people in a company.
As a Business Improvement Manager the aim is to drive implementations strategically, with top management visibility and the use of consistent and standardised project management practices and to deploy these competencies with the goal of maximising organisational value. There is an opportunity in the delivery of projects for organisations to add value to better serve their clients and compete in the marketplace. To use the influence of relationships to have active and engaged sponsors who serve as advocates for project initiatives that lead the organisational change towards business excellence. The change management foundation model “requires leadership to set direction, project management to take care of technical aspects of change and people to implement the change, cited in Vora (2013). Within the business improvement role establishing key success measures that ... ... middle of paper ... ...Institute.
It helps the organization understand better what they should do. As a result the organization can control the flow of the process well and enables allocate the resources efficiently. (Examining the Factors affecting Successful Strategic Management, 2014) 3. The positioning school It is an analytical process. The business will be placed in their context of its industry and see what can be done by the organization to improve its positioning within the industry.
Organizational cultures facilitate the existence of a common ground for all stakeholders, particularly the employees and managers in addressing various issues within an organization. It reduces uncertainty thus providing a sense of direction and vision for the organization. Organization’s cultures can be observable in its people, processes and products as well as leadership’s embraced values in shaping its operations. The (Harvard Business Review, 2013) states that an essential intent of an organization’s culture is to help orientate its employees to realism in a manner that provides a basis for alignment of purpose and shared action. Individual organizations formulate their own culture partially grounded on the values its top leadership exhibits within the organization.
“Leaders are defined as someone who can influence others and have management authority” (Robbins, Decenzo, & Coulter, 2013). Leaders are necessary to help businesses achieve their goals. Traits or characteristics of successful leaders include intelligence, drive, and desire to lead, job knowledge, self-confidence and extraversion. According to Jim Goddard, all of these are important qualities for a strong effective leader. If you place some... ... middle of paper ... ...eer growth, I continue to work toward and finish my education.
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An overview of the BEST model in respect of teamwork: This section will provide an overall summary of the BEST framework and its tools of PDCA, EFQM, and the balanced scorecard. It will offer new insights into the relationships within the EFQM model and justify Philips’ adoption of the EFQM model in driving it’s endeavour towards business excellence. Further discussion on the PDCA will include how the components of the cycle include a learning orientation and sustained improvement through its leadership, people and revi... ... middle of paper ... ... a balanced scorecard? (Online). International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management.