Redgate Case Study

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In the year of 1999, Redgate is established by the founder, Simon Galbraith and Neil Davidson. Redgate is a software company located in Cambridge, England that had been recognized as the world mainly reliable tools for shipping the alteration of database. The tools created by Redgate are technically stimulating to construct but truly to be use that is the set of beliefs that Redgate use is proficiently simple. Mainly, the aim of this report is to carry out more understanding about the methods which had been used by Redgate to run the company because the vision of Redgate is to become one of the biggest software companies in the world which also known as the “Big Hairy Audacious Goal”. (Best Companies ,2016) The objective of this report is…show more content…
This company had organic model because of cross-hierarchical and functional teams, decentralized decision-making, low formalization of the company, wide span of control and also free flows of information. Redgate practices decentralization decision making because one of the development manager says that decision making by the higher level of the managers did not work effectively as their decisions were not taken but in the end the decisions were directly made by the team members who involved in the tasks given to them. From the above statement, the neoclassical theory can be applied in this company because neoclassical theory states that the employees’ satisfaction level will affects the productivity level in an organizations. In Redgate, each of the employees will receive the regular reviews which the goals achieved are generally approved by their managers to make sure they are attainable and realistic. According to neoclassical theory, recognition and praise must be given to the employees once they had accomplished the job well to see does the company highly valued their employees with all the efforts paid off. For example, the John Lewis vouchers worth £500 were given out to all Redgate employees as the recognition for their hard…show more content…
Redgate also had low formalization because it only focuses on what are the outcomes of the project being carried out by the team members. Furthermore, one of the Fayol’s Administrative Management Principles that can be applied in this company is initiative. The CEO of Redgate encouraged their employees to put in more effort and be initiative to the tasks that had been given to them. For example, when initiative principle had been applied in a company, the employees are able to work enjoyably in the workplace because it will boosts up their enthusiasm and eagerness. The preceeding paragraph had been analyzed the issues focused in Redgate for the topic of organizational structure, the conclusion of this report will be discussed on the next paragraph. Conclusion of the
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