Compare And Evaluate The Organisation's Current Management Theory

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B) Evaluate the organisation 's current management approach, then select one major management theory that you think is the most suitable for the organisation and justify your reasons. The chosen management theory must be from the ones discussed during class. Aware that tobacco is a controversial industry, for the BATNZ increases confidence for the customers is essential. For this BATNZ has an open and responsible approach on their management, working with transparency and clear wherever they operate ensuring adequate efforts to increase safety standards. Providing clear and meaningful information about risk profiles of products. They transparencies on views of regulatory issues with responsibility. BATNZ as companies seek profit, and to …show more content…
• The key stakeholders to encourage constructive engagement of stakeholders.
• BATNZ will be a valuable contribution to the communities in which we do business.
• Suppliers and business partners believe that to be able to benefit from a relationship with BATNZ.

Principle of Responsible Product Stewardship Principles of responsible Management products is the basis for legal action, but selling products can cause of serious illness in order to meet the needs of the consumer. BATNZ will develop, produce and sell our products and brands responsibly. In addition, we are committed to consumer wants, develop product that less harmful than the other which receives recognition from the scientific and regulatory agencies. so BATNZ will
• BATNZ will provide accurate and clear information about the risks of smoking is harmful to health.
• BATNZ believes that the effects of smoking can be harmful to health must be up-line, consumers should be guaranteed the right to choose the products .BATNZ prefer to have accurate information.
• BATNZ will continue to deliver relevant and meaningful information about the products.
• Only for adult smokers will be marketing the products and brands
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Their business can only succeed on the basis of management based on the highest standards of behaviour and integrity even whatever and wherever BATNZ do. BATNZ must never compromise for the results. so BATNZ will
• Believe that the high level of corporate social responsibility should be encouraged in the tobacco industry.
• Respect for basic human rights.
• BATNZ believes that the tobacco industry should have a say in the formulation to the government policies that affect the industry.
• BATNZ will achieve world-class environmental performance. Tobacco is a strict limit on the development, marketing and sale of products harmful products.
In particular, BATNZ is sensitive to the core issue "influence tobacco on health 'of the tobacco industry. BATNZ has been recognized it is a part of ethical management to develop other nicotine products other than cigarettes or tobacco reduced the amount of Toxicants caused nicotine poisoning.
However, a little less harmful to the human body and it is not harmless.
For this reason, there can not be a consistent approach such as principles of management responsibility in product management and good corporate

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