Toms Answer Sheet Essay

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In a modern day organization’s behavior, employees and suppliers have as much impact on the organization structure as customers and competitors have had in the past. Organizations are viewed as open systems, continually interacting with their environment and in dynamic state of temporary equilibrium as they adapt to environmental changes.
Successful organizations are in constant state of flux in response to their environment, many companies are looking at media technologies as way to market their product and learn about their competitors.
This presence could produce a large following depending on the interest in the content created and information shared. The change stemmed from the speed at which information travel in the
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Social commerce is the new platform for doing business. Leadership and management need to embrace the change in order to succeed. New policies are needed to guide employees and management on media best practices. Collaboration between departments is a must to harness the power of media and to take advantage of the customer engagement.
In the following environmental scan we can see the role media (both social as well as other forms) plays in influencing our perception and shaping the brand image of the organization. We can see that how media portrays various concepts of organizational behavior and changes our perceptions regarding certain concepts. It is clear that media, either in the form of news or blogs or articles tends to enlighten the layman and educate him, albeit to a certain extent about the management theories and concepts, and their analysis.
The following are the articles for seven articles along with the analysis.

Psychological contract:
Article:
Impact of psychological contract breach on employee behavior
Workplace Wisdom
By Mendiola Teng-Calleja
Philippine Daily Inquirer
6:40 pm | Sunday, September 1st, 2013
Organizations in the Philippines are almost always faced with the dilemma of having an oversupply of candidates, and an undersupply of qualified job seekers. This disconnect leads companies to engage in a war for talent.
To

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