However, positively it is always productive to have suggestions from everyone to improve business performance. But if view were communicated in a manner of concealment, intention of prejudice or sarcasm, it may lead extensive misunderstandings and conflicts. It is always advisable for managements to share detailed planning with the working force to ensure objectives and missions are well understood.
The concept of cultural production is very much discussed by many theorists under the context of capitalism. According to Marx, the ideology and values of the ruling class is spread to the working class through what Engels called, the “false consciousness”. Marx posited that the control of the ruling class over the means of production includes not only the production of goods but also the production of ideas, values and beliefs. The working class suffers from “false consciousness” in that they are beckon to believe that the dominant ideology is in the best interest of the entire society. Through this phrase of “false consciousness”, the realities of exploitation and domination are concealed and obscured, thus allowing the ideology and values
A culture where clear job descriptions, procedures, well defined rules combine to form a highly formalize structure known as role culture. Here procedures are important that one has to do the work as told following the footsteps. This automatically creates a discipline in the organization and set things on the right place as everyone has not the decision making powers that what to do when stuck at some point. This culture enables the workers to not take that tension and just follow what is being taught and told. This culture is highly effective in large organizations where the number of workers is too much.
Stakeholder theory Stakeholder theory has a purpose to create value for stakeholders not just shareholders and these stakeholders can come from inside or outside the organization. It aims to create value as much as possible to shareholders to keep the interests of executives aligned to the customers, suppliers, employees, communities and shareholders. Since KFA is so large and its impact on society is so substantial that it discharges accountability to many more sectors of society than solely its shareholders. However KFA failed not only in creating values to shareholders but also discharging accountability to stakeholders (Jones, 1995). After KFA got suspensions for all its international operations in the year 2012, employees of the KFA including pilots were not properly compensated and these problems led to strike resulting cancellation of flight.
It is argued that the Ideas Man is the most original member of the group, which in our case is certainly true and Anton has always contributed with new perspectives of different aspects. It is refreshing to have a team member that isn’t afraid to try new things and new ways of approaching problems. It is important that the team was willing to accept failure in the pursuit of success when it came to trying new things, which is something that we experienced. Filip is the complementary role to Anton, the critical member of the team, an analyst and careful person who tends to be slow but right. Filip contributes with analytic thoughts and is good at evaluating and critiquing the other member’s ideas and suggestions.
They called that customer complaints should be treated seriously so should not feel cheated or deceived. This was a new and influential position when he was a misrepresentation was rampant and the buyer's responsibility (let the buyer beware) Maxim legal subscribers. Why the customers are always right? Customers are always right help to grow the business in many way, customers will be able to trust the company and feel like their opinion matters
People’s lifestyles and buying considerations or decisions widely differ according to their profession. For example, a doctor’s purchasing power can be effortlessly differentiated from that of a teacher. Therefore, marketing managers have to design different strategies to suit the buying motives of all the different occupational groups or economic statuses. Also, in today’s society people are extremely concerned about societal status and their personal image. The status of an individual in a society is projected through the various products they purchase, whether it is their clothing, their cars, or any other personal
Pettigrew (1979) argued that style of an organization in conducting a business is mostly depends on the different level of culture based on the multifaceted set of beliefs, values and assumptions. This is how the culture differentiates the organizations and influences the thought and decision making of employees. Based on statement of Barney (1991), organization culture can become an aggressive competitive advantage provided it fulfills these three conditions. Firstly, it must be valuable and viable so that it will lead the organization to achieve the objectives and goals. Secondly, it must be rare and attributes as the culture of an organization is different from the common culture of majority organizations.
In this case, in companies, the boss will be seen as very autocratic or even paternalistic. Employees will not be expressing their disagreement and the boss will make all the decision by himself. Individualism versus Collectivism Cultures and countries can also be distinguished by analyzing whether group interests prevail over the interests of the individual or the opposite. On one hand, most of people of our world are living in collectivist societies where interest of the group is more important than interest of the individual. It refers to the power that the group has compared to the one that the individual has.