Organizational studies and human resource management

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  • HR Management Case Study

    background to the researched phenomena of HR management. By starting to look into HR management from historical perspective, it will be possible to get ideas and understanding of the presetting for the next area of focus of this research – corporate university. Several important components are also looked in closely, such as academic definitions of HR, key trends in HR in 2015, specifics of Russian HR management, and address the issue of how HR activities benefit the organization and its overall alignment with business. 3. In chapter 3, a concept of Corporate university is reviewed from different angles. As in the previous chapter, a connection to business is made, a history of origin is traced and theoretical explanations of stages of development and main features of corporate universities are consolidated. It is important to not only to look closely into the concept, but also to consider the phenomenon in the environment, which is relevant for the research goals. Training needs assessment strategies and effective measurement are considered in focus, as it will help to contribute to a better realization of research objective. Worldwide,…

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  • Charles Shwab Theory

    This paper examines how my career as an engaged employee at Charles Schwab supports the theories of social organization in organizational structure proposed in Robert Prodanciuc’s work entitled ‘Social Organizations’ (Prodanciuc, 2012) I intend to explore how the major components of organizations including social actions system, structure, organizational effectiveness and other general characteristics of organizational systems play out and can keep employees engaged and high performing in a real…

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  • Physical Environment In The Workplace

    Does the Physical Environment Of The Workplace Effect Organizational Behavior? The physical environment of the workplace can positivity impact an employee’s behavior. Lottrup, L., Grahn, P., & Stigsdotter, U. K. (2013). Workplace greenery and perceived level of stress: Benefits of access to a green outdoor environment at the workplace. Landscape and Urban Planning, 110, 5-11. doi:10.1016/j.landurbplan.2012.09.002 In this article Lottrupa, Grahn, & Stigsdottera explore how having access to…

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  • Jay Shottenstein's Leadership Theory

    It served as a tool to be able to train managers on different leadership styles. “They began with the assumption that leaders will be most effective when they exhibit both concern for people and concern for production, thus combining the interest of classical management (concern for people) and human relations (concern for production)” (Miller, 48-49). The grid consists of five different type of leadership skills that managers have the potential of becoming. The first being impoverished…

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  • Taylor's Theory Of Commitment: What Is The Bond To An Organization

    aspiration component of organizational commitment. An employee who is affectively committed strongly identifies with the goals of the organization and desires to remain a part of the organization. This employee commits to the organization because he/she "wants to". This commitment can be subjective by many different demographic characteristics: age, tenure, sex, and education but these influences…

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  • Team Performance And Figurative Analysis

    In this study team performance is the independent variable and business performance, process performance and people performance are the dependent variables. This research work will establish the relationship between teamwork and business performance, process performance and people performance in banking operation in business banking unit in Eco Bank Nigeria…

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  • Sydney 2000 Olylian Sports Case Study

    1: 37-49 Karp, T, 2006, ‘Transforming Organisations for Organic Growth: The DNA of Change Leadership’, Journal of Change Management, vol 6, no. 1: 3-20 Kotter, JP 1995, ‘Leading Change: Why Transformation Efforts Fail’, Harvard Business Review, vol 73, issue 2: 59-67 Phelan, MW 2005, ‘Cultural Revitalisation Movements in Organization Change Management’, Journal of Change Management, vol 5, no. 1: 47-56 Sminia, H & Nistelrooij AV, 2006, ‘Strategic…

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  • Management Vs Leadership

    between management and leadership. This is mainly because both terms leadership and management are synonymously used and it is assumed that individuals in a managerial position exercise leadership. Scholars maintain that although activities conducted by leaders and managers overlap both terms are different and should be used differently in context (Lunenburg, 2011). Both leadership and management are used interchangeably and most researchers have a common misconception that management and…

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  • Scientific Management Trends

    environment is increasingly global and competitive, the influence of organizational behavior, the efficient human management and the nature of relationship between people organization. This essay studies the changes in the business environment since the past one hundred years and how the organizations have responded to the identified challenges because of the changes that occurred. Moreover, it explains how the attitude of the consumers towards the workplace has changed in relation to their…

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  • Five Types Of Transformational Leadership

    community, leadership, religious leadership and political leadership. Studies of leadership have brought about theories involving traits, behavioral and the contingency and soon for the purpose of this project we will not go into that. Five types of leadership styles Laissez-faire, autocratic, participative…

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