Mgt 311 Management Plan Paper

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Management Plan Robert Greene MGT/311 Organizational Development September 16, 2013 Sylvia Ramirez-Cahan Management Plan Employees are at the heart of a successful company. Employees can bring a company from bankruptcy and low profitability to a successful and profitable organization. Therefore, the most important asset to any company is its employees. A company cannot last long in a competitive market without a skilled and well managed work force. Due to the tremdous leaps in technology, company’s market bases have grown from domestic to international as well. Due to this transition to international market, companies such as McDonalds and Apple have diversified their workforce to help accommodate these…show more content…
However, he scores low in engagement. He tends to alienate his co-workers which can build distrust between them. It is recommended that he take the Communications Skills survey so that the company can help him develop his interpersonal skills to build a more cohesive team. Tim Scott also has high job satisfaction, but tends to act first and think later. It would be beneficial to have him take the What Time of Day am I Most Productive survey to see if his poor decision making is based on his ability to focus. The characteristics of the employees make up the characteristic of the company, and both of these are a direct reflection of their leadership. Keeping employees happy is a key element to success, as noted in (Robbins & Judge, 2011), “Therefore, companies implement programs; such as piece-rate pay where workers are paid a fixed sum for each unit production completed”. It is imperative that a company can attract and retain a skilled workforce. Ensuring that their compensation is competitive with the market and valuing the employee’s opinions are just two ways to accomplish this. However it is done, a happy workforce is a productive workforce. Reference Robbins, S. P., & Judge, T. A. (2011). Organizational behavior (14th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson/Prentice

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