Organization and management would have a strong influential by organizational culture which is emerging from its nature and content (Janićijević, N 2012). Organizational culture is known as a crucial influential factor in evaluating organizations in various contexts and aspects. According to Robbins and Judge, organizational culture is a set of norms, values, attitudes and belief, which the members of an organization have built and adopted through mutual experience and which help them to determine how the things done and the way of members are supposed to behave (Robbins & Judge, 2011, pg 555). Understanding culture is the fundamental to the description and analysis of organizational phenomena (Tharp, 2009). Everyone in the organizations must understand the organization as well as a suitable ways of managing, functioning and changing.
MM contribution to corporate entrepreneurship and the importance of middle managers Middle managers are crucial in the corporate entrepreneurial process. According to Ren & Guo (2011), middle managers are great contributors to CE, due to their positions in the organizational structure in which they can influence a corporate strategy in two ways. First, they influence corporate strategy through strategy implementation. This behaviour is mainly top-down, although initiated by top management; the actual outcomes are highly influenced by middle managers decisions (Ren & Guo, 2011; Bower & Gilbert, 2007). Second, middle managers influence corporate strategy through strategy formation.
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West and Zimmerman go on to discuss the difference between sex, sex category, and gender. They also concentrate on gender, submitting that instead of an essential part of our nature it is an act we portray daily (Kivisto 2011). West and Zimmerman take on gender was revolutionary but at its very foundation is the idea of status in American society. Generally, gender difference has been used to subjugate the female sex category. Georg Simmel also dealt with status in his essay on Fashion.
England: David Crowther, Güler Aras & Ventus Publishing ApS. Tariq Khan, D., Ahmed Khan, D., Ahmed, S., & Ali, M. (2012). Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) – Definition, Concepts and Scope (A Review). Universal Journal of Management and Social Sciences, 2(7), 42-42. Retrieved October 20, 2014, from http://cprenet.com/uploads/archive/UJMSS_12-1169.pdf What is CSR?
There are three separate themes that intersect within the written literature that will be discussed. First, gender differences in historical social roles have created stereotypes on the contemporary outlooks of the social attitude. Secondly, through beliefs and values, career pathways and choices have become gendered from factors of culture and society. Lastly, occupational segregation within the workforce is still dominant, but more equality is breaking through for the future. In this research, I will identify the factors that inter-link gender within different parts of society Social stereotypes of male and female roles in society are a predominant aspect of modern day culture.
The concepts in the book also help managers and entrepreneurs in managing the workforce in an organization. The book has also given the concepts that help business stakeholders in investing in innovative ideas that can be well integrated with modern business. It has also given case studies that help the readers to have a deeper understanding of the management
Introduction This essay offers an example to organizational power discourse analysis and linkages. In this context and as Alvesson and Karreman (2000: 1132) states, the term discourse is popular and can be used in various ways as well as in different contexts, one of which is social studies. For any business to realise its goals, it must be led by a set of goals which guide the management on the desirable direction for the business. To realize this, the business must have a favourable environment coupled with the right business strategy. The right business language must also be applied or utilized in order to make the business environment to thrive.