Siemens And Tesco Case Study
Table of contents 1.0 Introduction 2 1.1 Compare organizational structure and culture between Siemens and Tesco 2 …show more content…
In the Siemens case, the relationship management reflects on the Siemens company culture. Firstly, they set the strategy of delivering the human resource development by supplying ways of improving the staffs’ careers and others aspects in their lives. And then giving the trust and responsibility is regarded as the competitive advantages of building a high performance. Subsequently, the company takes measures to create engagement and belonging feeling. Lastly, matching tasks with staffs’ talent is also the classical management approach. All the start points are …show more content…
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