An organization needs to make sure the product or service they are offering is in the appropriate location where its target markets can reach it. Promotion: The method in which the customer will gain knowledge about the product and be persuaded to purchase it. There are many different types of promotional activities that can be used to help gain knowledge, exposure, and desire to purchase. When planning these different activities, it is very important to estimate what they will cost and factor that into the organization’s operating budget. When working from a small
You are responsible for setting work and development objectives for your team and for monitoring performance and achieving business results. Task 1: Explain why it is important for individual and team objectives to link into overall organisational objectives and, use a practical example to demonstrate how this is achieved. Identify the factors you need to take into account when agreeing objectives for your department or work area and when agreeing objectives with individual team members. Given that objectives link together and often overlap, there is a need to agree individual and collective responsibilities for the part everyone will play in their achievement. Identify how you would organise the agreement of responsibilities with team members and colleagues, using examples where possible, and acknowledge the potential pitfalls when this is not done well.
For example, if the client is better off after the application of the intervention in comparison to the prior assistance. Applying a logic model to this evaluation will measure the changes of skills, behaviors, understanding, values, and independence for each client. The measurements will address the prior behaviors and skills in comparison to the present behaviors and skills to document the achievement changes. These measures come from data collection involving client satisfactions surveys, special measurement instruments, and the service professional that can accurately account for specific influences in these evaluations. In addition, the outcome evaluation can prepare the organization for a long-term intervention that can create changes in the community of the organization and the surrounding businesses and community stakeholders.
* Assess how disagreements about performance apprasials outcomes are managed, investigating whether BHP has a clear and consistent policy and procedure for the dispute settlement process. Also, whether the issue can be resolved quickly and appropriately, offering advice and support in cases of dissention about performance appraisal outcomes. Question 2: Introducing a Performance management system requires communication and training. What methods would you use to promote the performance management system and gather feedback from stakeholders? In promoting a
2. Explain why it is important to establish a clear team purpose. Once plans have been properly developed and all involved personnel understand their roles and the application of the teams systems, the process (discussed previously) of choosing team members and developing teams around organizational goals can be implemented, so that dynamic, systems-based teams are able to contribute to quality-to the maximization of productivity and the minimization of waste. 3. What are the implications of role ambiguity within a team framework and with regard to: a.
Staffing The service provider must operate a recruitment and selection policy that aims to eliminate discrimination in recruitment processes. The Service Provider must deliver the service in accordance with relevant legislation and best practice pertinent to the client group. The Service Provider must employ adequate numbers of people of sufficient ability, skill, knowledge, training or experience so as to properly provide, and to supervise the proper provision of the support service for people with complex needs. Page 6 of 13 Management, accountancy and administrative support will be provided for the Service by the
| | | A. | Specifies the resources needed to achieve the company goals | B. | Communicate's a company's goals to employees | C. | Evaluating managers to determine how their performance should be rewarded or punished | D. | Evaluating operations to provide information as to whether they should be changed or not | 5. | Budgets for Planning: Which is Profit Budget? | | | A.
Explain how you will understand what resources are available to you during this project and how you will access them. Who will you consult to help you gather this information and answer your queries? In the context of this project, explain why it is important to understand stakeholders’ expectations of you generally as well as specifically with regard to reporting and information flow throughout the project. What will you do to ensure the reports you produce meet the needs of stakeholders? List the project outcomes against which you will later measure the results of the project.
Production can also be applied to services but here the areas are involved with how the services Is offered and the quality. The main task is: -Produce a product or offers a service at the best possible price -Carry out regular checks on quality. -Order materials and equipment that are used to make the product or offer the services -Make sure customers reactive their products or services on by time by working with disruptions functions, if appropriate. Marketing
When allocating work plans there are many things that need to be taken into consideration but before this can take place the organisation needs to have a clear understanding of the business direction plan so it can develop a strategic plan which will lead to the visions & goals of the organisation. It needs to clearly identify the needs, wants & expectations of the customer to base a clear communicated mission & value statement for the organisation. This may be done in collaboration with many people but will enable everyone in the organisation to pull in the same direction. Once the mission & value statement has been established it can help to drive the back bone of the organisation, the right mix of inputs/resources must