Case Study: SAS Institute

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1. The organizational behavior and the loyalty of the workers have proved to be the backbone of the organization. SAS institution has developed standardized management principles which have lead the organization in a successful path. Planning, organizing, leading and controlling are the basic principles or steps for any organization to achieve the organization objectives. Planning is the first step which acts as a bridge from the initial stage of a project to the final goal. SAS institute follows a strategic planning that is analyzing the strengths and weakness of the organizations and develop a plan that competes with other organizations. SAS institute believes in optimization and demand driven planning which challenges the employee’s ability …show more content…
SAS has proved to be a successful company by investing its profits on research and development, and providing amenities to build a comfortable and positive environment for the employees to work. Positive attitude of each individual employee plays a key role in an organization which enables them to focus on what is needed and cuts down unnecessary involvement in other activities that does not help in the growth of the organization. It is not possible for every organization to follow the same methodologies for a successful outcome. Most of the firms avoid negative work attitudes by giving challenging roles to the employees so that they can focus on their work and set their own goals. The other possible ways are, being responsible by maintaining positive work relation with colleagues and showing respect towards work which will benefit them to learn from their experiences in crisis. Another way to create a positive work attitude is by reporting problems to higher authorities that obstruct the employees in achieving their …show more content…
The surveys are conducted to analyze the work of fellow employees and the management. There are both pros and cons of employee survey. The survey should be conducted for a productive reason to get valuable feedbacks from the employees. Some of the risks associated are, due to differences among the workers the survey statements are misunderstood by the employees and a genuine feedback is not given. Surveys are important for the management to understand the problems in the organization, without proper feedback or incorrect data the management cannot take measures to improve the organization.
SAS has a strong employee management system where the management encourages and supports the employees and maintains a healthy relationship. In such organizations problem arises when the employees are not efficient or not equally qualified (or under qualified), the survey statements may be not be taken positively by coworkers. The employees should understand the importance of the survey. If the management does not solve the problems from the previous survey, the employees will not take it seriously the next time. Therefore, the organization should try to establish a firm trust among the employees and the management to get a genuine feedback which can help the company to improve their quality of

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