The Importance Of Interpersonal Strategy

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Business models refer to the logic of how an organization operates and the value it passes to consumers, through products and services. Whereas, strategy is the choice of a business model that allows companies to analyze its competitors, and its environment. Mentioned in Johnson (2015), an organizational strategy is the products of different actions that a company plans in order to reach long term plans. The implementations of actions make up what is called strategic planning. This is largely based on what the vision of the company is, and identifies what is being fulfilled through its mission. Every activity in the company should seek to fill this purpose. Important aspects to consider when creating a strategy include the scope, core, and …show more content…
The main focus in this frame is the relationship that the company has between the employee’s and the organization itself. The human resource frame provides an insight to the human side of organizations allowing both interpersonal and intrapersonal dynamics to be fulfilled. Defoe (2013) explains, in using this frame the goal of the organization is to have a motivated and skilled workforce. In my particular field, this has great benefits because we are performance driven, without enrollments our college would not be able to operate. This frame gives employee’s value which will increase job satisfaction and overall increase productivity amongst workers. In this lens, counselors and advisors are able to identify their different weak and strong points and humanize the work …show more content…
Motivational leadership in necessary for both competition and growth, employees look to leaders for creating a meaning. Leadership is how strategies are implemented into results. Turning strategy into action is needed in order for a plan to work. Companies need to have clarity of the intent, have broad based plans/ strategic thrusts, and a thorough understanding of how plans we will be met. Through this, organizations allow for all facets of the company to understand the strategy, and the delivery of it. The final essential element would be performance management, which includes monitoring employee progress and determining factors that may impact company

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