In these situations we will need to think about who else may benefit and why this is important. A new procedure may take you longer; however, it could allow a better service to be given to our internal/external customers, which could result in better working relationships and/or customer loyalty. Responding negatively to a change will influence those around us creating a difficult environment to work in. A positive approach encourages a good working environment and good teamwork. b) Explain why you should respond positively to changes in products or services.
This will save time in the long run, which should encourage most employees despite their initial frustration with the management system change. A series of training and preparation with individualized tutorials might mitigate some anticipated resistance. Inadequate communication may also cause resistance. Management will make the major decisions with regard to the scheduled change; it is their obligation to clarify these decisions to subordinates within the company. Management is also expected to properly handle the inevitable questions and grievances; it is important to avoid misinterpretation regarding the procedural
Without prior market penetration of an organization’s competetitors, the usefulness and effectiveness of properly marketing a new product or service can be quite burdensome. This is due to the fact that an organization runs a major risk of constantly striving to maintain its customer base, as the new type of product or service has not yet been introduced into the maintstream. Additionally, pricing may be an issue based upon: Should pricing be very low to attract new buyers?, or Should pricing be set high to offset initial entry into a new marketplace? These are the questions that an organization must face, but for the most part, being a
Supervisors should always be aware and encourage employees to discuss any issue with them. This will make sure that and problems the employees have, they can be dealt with early instead of turning them into grievances against the company and its workers. This would be the second best practice. When problems are dealt with when they first come up and employee feels like what concerns them is also what concerns the company and is therefore dealt with then and there or the supervisor can find out ways to deal with them. When problems are not dealt with they can become conflicts against the company that can take long times to settle since they employee most likely found someone who would listen to them.
Also the knowledge and skills necessary to complete their job effectively. 1.2 It is important to reflect on work activities so that you are able to develop on your own knowledge and skills. Thinking things through and reflecting on a day at work will help you to pick up on things that you may be able to improve upon in future. You can also learn from any errors that you may have made. Sometimes when you remove yourself from a situation and reflect on it, you are able to find gaps and room for improvement in preparation for next time.
E. Usually when operations get close to capacity limits, costs go up. Bottlenecks are more common, there may be congestion in the plant, and production could slow down. These costs need to be considered when setting a price for a special order that will move an organization out of its normal operating range (relevant range). In addition, managers need to think about whether the business will lose some customers because demand cannot be filled. ------------------------------------------------- 4.42 Make or Buy, Qualitative Factors - The Vernom Corporation A.
A line of communication will need to take place with the owner, project managers, accounting department, human resources, financial department, investors, and even with the company’s clients. Another reason the elements of the system could be missed by having too much data and being overwhelmed with information, the best way to keep track of different systems is to have a project scope to tackle down one system at time so the data of information will not be so immense and not so much
Marcus Rigsby MKG 300 – Final paper Professor: Keith D’Ambra April 27, 2010 1. Marketing Definition Marketing is the sum total of all activities an organization undertakes to bring about the firm’s desired objectives that are focused on anticipating the wants and needs of consumers. This is done in order to utilize a producers resources efficiently and effectively to produce a good or service to satisfy the wants and needs of its customers. 2. SWOT SWOT is an analysis of an organization’s Strength’s, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats.
By keeping those informed you may be able to get extra help or resources to solve the problem. If the problem is due to broken equipment, try and use equipment in a different area of the company instead, or outsource the work. If the conflict is because of staff workload, try to reallocate the work to ensure it is fair, and seen to be fair, an emergency may mean that the current staff are not able to complete the task, see if there are other staff who can help out with the task. Explain the purpose and benefits of keeping other people informed about progress Keeping those concerned up to date, allows everyone to know what stage the task is at, if there are any problems or issues that need to be resolved. If others are working on the same project, they need to know any deadlines or changes to the deadline, so that they can prepare and plan for their part of the task.
Some of the impacts include employee concerns, the current environment, development of new cultural concepts, a new hierarchy, and new delegation among employees. However, there are a couple of ways to decrease the impact on two organizational cultures as the merger begins: 1) discuss the assumptions of beliefs and values from each health care team; and (2 discuss the organizational core components that will provide a clear vision to the possibilities of a new organization culture. Moreover, middle mangers must ensure that the combined staff will work together to provide quality care without taking on a competitive stance. Working together is easier in a positive work environment; and the manager realizes that resistance is part of the change process and employee resistance actions are a reflection into the process. Therefore, the manager should remain flexible through out the change process.