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The stages are leading companies from birth to maturity or even decline through a phase of survival and of course a growth phase. Changes of role management as well as the style of the above, the structure of the organization but also to the strategy characterize each stage. For many years the concept of growth that we discussed was the main tool for explaining the development of enterprises in regard to management science. This gave rise to many models based on the theory with a variation in the number of stages, and it is the same for the explanation of the causes and consequences of growth. Growth is a very common tool in the field of pedagogy and the stages are often the most explanations given for growth.
2 case study Accenture Accenture is a global management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company, with approximately 323,000 people serving clients in more than 120 countries. Combining unparalleled experience, comprehensive capabilities across all industries and business functions, and extensive research on the world’s most successful companies. The concept of a Fourth-Party Logistics (4PL) provider was actually first defined by Andersen Consulting (Now Accenture) as an integrator that assembles the resources, capabilities, and technology of its own organization and other organizations to design, build, and run comprehensive supply chain solutions. Whereas a third-party logistics (3PL) service provider targets a function, a 4PL targets management of the entire process. One of Accenture successful example was that Accenture work with Shell corporation, as a result, Shell achieved operational and financial optimization.
INTRODUCTION 1.1 INTRODUCTION TO THE ORGANIZATION IBM - Profile IBM is a globally integrated technology and consulting company headquartered in Armonk, New York. With operations in more than 170 countries, IBM attracts and retains some of the world's most talented people to help solve problems and provide an edge for businesses, governments and non-profits. International Business Machines, abbreviated IBM and nicknamed "Big Blue" is a global technology and innovation company. It is the largest technology and consulting employer in the world, with more than 400,000 employees serving clients in 170 countries. IBM offers a wide range of technology and consulting services; a broad portfolio of middleware for collaboration, predictive analytics,
2.1.3 Talent Retention Factors Figure 1: Talent Retention Factors Source: Coetzee and Shreuder (2010). One of the talent retention is characteristics which include such things as variety and autonomy. Most employees in most organisations want to engage in challenging work such that they can utilize their talent and skills. According to Kochanski and Ledford (2001), repetitive narrow work experience which involves little individual discretion often repels employees. The work environment is considered one of the most important factors of retention (Zeytinoglu and Denton, 2005).
The role of different project management techniques to implement projects successfully has been widely established in areas such as the planning and control of time, cost and quality.  When working on any project, they expect change. And also change can have a significant impact on a project. The change management plan is created during the planning phase of the project. Its intended audience is the project manager, project team, project sponsor and any senior leaders whose support is needed to carry out the plan.
Subsequently, management by objectives has gained an increasing publicity and largely influenced many industrial organisations like Fords and General Motors, amongst many others as shown in Peter Starbuck’s case studies (Starbuck, 2012:99) and is currently a taught topic within the academic curriculum in areas such as management and administration. Koontz & O’Donnell (1968) define MBO as a management system which permits both the senior manager and his subordinates establish organizational goals, break set goals into short term ones, determine the procedures or methods of achieving set goals. It also defines the responsibilities of the members of the organization and establishes a system of evaluation to ensure that set goals are achieved at minimum cost. They further say that MBO establishes a reward system which serves as the only means of recognizing and rewarding the hard work.
Although talent management had been discuss a long time ago, Arpon (2008) in his study mentioned that CEOs, manager and human resource development expert face a challenge in how to manage the talented people and how to develop effective talent management tools in their organisation. In order for them to acquire a competitive advantage, the organisations need to understand the key success factor in conducting a talent management. For talent management success the key factor that need to be considered is executive level support (Arporn,2008 ; Public service secretariat,2008; Ellis Locke &