Human Relations Chapter Three Case Study Essay
Mr. Kents attitude toward the coca cola local community and its people seems to be in developing leadership, as well as jobs where people want to come to work. Also to refresh communities when it comes to their beverage choice, as well as giving back to the community, and being responsible to its employees itself as well as the communities that supports their product. 2. Using Theory X, Theory Y, describe Mr. Kent’s Management Attitude.
I believe that Mr. kents overall management attitude is more on the lines of the Pygmalion effect where the attitudes of the supervisors, which is instilled through the learning organization, …show more content…
The Coca-cola Company seems to be operating on commitment to employees, stimulating markets, as if they accept the company, jobs will be created. Their global corporate responsibility is out lined in their core values and they say that we at Coca-Cola live our values which consist of Leadership, the courage to shape a better future according to them. Their collaborations, while leverage collective genius. Their integrity statement; Be real. The promise for accountability, as said on the website www.thecoca-colacompany.com If it is to be, it’s up to me. Diversity which according to coke is as inclusive as our brands, And Lastly Quality, the claim that what they do, they do well. 8. How does Coca Cola’s vision statement and manifest for growth deal with the issue of human relations (See Chapter 1)?
The Coca-Cola Companies vision statement is this, Their roadmap to starts with their mission, which is enduring. It declares their purpose as a company and serves as the standard against which they weigh their actions and decisions.
To refresh the world, Inspire moments of optimism and happiness, and to create value and make a difference.
Going by that I would say they really believe in themselves and by their vision statements which are the road map according