1.1.3. Overview Bojadziev’s Organizational Alignment Model– VOX Organizationis VOX Organizationis- “the voice of organizations”- is an instrument developed by Bojadziev et al. (2011), based on the Semler (1997), and Tosti (2007) thoughts, with the purpose of measure organizational alignment by looking at organizational culture, leader 's values, organizational structure, and organizational strategy. Vox Organizationis is an instrument that provides a starting point for a holistic vision of the organization, and it enables exploration of the alignment level between organizational culture, leader’s values, organizational structure as well as organizational strategy (Bojadziev et al. 2011).
Strategic planning model The applied strategic planning we use in my organization is an envisioning, process oriented model. Distinctively, applied strategic planning is the process by which the guiding principals of an organization envision its future and develop the essential operations and procedures to successfully achieve that future. (Goodstein, Nolan and Pfeiffer, 1993). Relationship between the strategic plan and organization 's mission, vision, and values. Our vision, mission and values are quite consistent with the required elements of the applied strategic planning framework.
Added to that, it is contain philosophy of management, work-force characteristics and task technology. Moving to, the second component of the Harvard Model is the stakeholder interests. This component contains all shareholders, management employees, government and communities. The Stakeholder interests identify the essential of trade-offs between the business owners interests and their employees in the organizations. Human Recourse Management policy choices are the third component of Harvard Model.
Earned Value goes one step further and examines actual accomplishment. This gives managers greater insight into potential risk areas. With clearer picture, managers can create risk mitigation plans based on actual cost, schedule and technical progress of the work. It is an “early warning” project management tool that enables managers to identify and control problems before they become insurmountable
Deetz defines internal communication as “a way to describe and explain organizations” (Jublin & Putnam, 2001). It specifies that communication is the central process through which employees exchange information, create relationship, and build meaning, values, and an organizational culture. Smythe (1996) argues that the challenge is not only managing media and using more media, but reducing communication pollution and discipline the torrent of information from management in order to increase individual
Introduction Systems and Contingency theory recognizes that external factors as well as internal factors affect management. The Contingency theory is offered as an alternative to Open Systems theory as the foundation for improved organizational performance, since it can provide more precise conceptual variables. In addition, providing a way of distinguishing between organizations as well as situations faced by organizations (or the same organization over time) is an aspect systems and contingency theory focuses on. Systems theory and contingency theory therefore attempt at providing an understanding of how organizations ought to be structured. The following paper will discuss the systems theory and the contingency theory.
IMPORTANT DEFINITIONS AND CONCEPTS In order to find out, whether resilience has an effect on coping with and supporting future organizational change, I have to define the concepts of change and resilience. This means that I will at first evaluate whether the merger qualifies as organizational change and therefore a professional challenge that has an impact on resilience. Additionally, I have to take a look at what makes individuals supportive or averse when confronted with change and if this can be linked to the outcomes of my research. 2.1. Organizational change as professional
It is widely known and used in the private sector in the UK as well as internationally (PM Methodologies, n.d.). It is a process-based methodology for the planning, management and control of projects. This methodology has three elements, which come together to create the environment relevant for delivery of projects: processes, components and techniques. The processes are at the heart of the methodology and provide step-by-step guidance to managing projects. The methodology concentrates on what management activities should be undertaken and at which point in the project lifecycle they should be undertaken (PM Methodologies, n.d.).
3.2.1 Ideal or bureaucratic approach In this approach, structures of groups are evaluated in relations of their horizontal and vertical difference as well as the span of control. Policies are examined as well as the framework of purpose is determined 3.2.2 Structural-functional approach This is a very popular approach for associating various administrative structures. It studies the society in relations of the numerous structures and their functions for getting an understanding concerning their positioning and functioning. Organisations in this approach can refer to the government. The only limits of this approach is that there has to be correct identification of the organisations before examining them 3.2.3 Ecological approach The ecological
1. Introduction – Importance of Principle of Management (PMG) – Relate with case study – Overview of the content Introduction The purpose of this section is to discuss the importance of management principles, and the impact on each organisation. Principles of management are generally termed as the act of planning, organising and controlling the operations of the basic element of people, materials, machines, methods, money and markets, providing direction and coordination, and giving leadership to human efforts, so as to achieve the sought objectives. Management Principles are essential, underlying factors that form the foundations of a successful management. Based on the book General and Industrial Management by Henri Fayol, there are a