3.5 Research Instruments There are a variety of methods apply for the researcher to collect data. The chosen research methodology dictates the appropriate data collection method. In this qualitative research, data mostly were gathered through interviews. Two distinct kinds of interview were used in two stages for the research to collect information, one is unstructured interview, and another is semi-structured interviews. 3.5.1 Unstructured interview In the starting phase of the project, unstructured interviews were conducted in order to help the researcher to better understand the project problem and what happened with this problem.
Corporate branding is viewed as the conscious decision by senior management to educate its employees on the attributes of the organization’s identity. Discusses and evaluates the normative and social approaches to corporate branding. O'Donovan, G. (2007). The corporate culture handbook: How to plan, implement and measure a successful culture change programme. Development and Learning in Organizations: An International Journal, 22(1) doi:10.1108/dlo.2008.08122aae.001 Highlight how to organize change from the conception of the vision through the implementation of the process and measurement of success.
“Don’t let a negative attitude ruin your life.” – Dawn Williams. Allowing these negative attitudes to control your life will definitely lead you to endless failures. There are a lot of talented and intelligent person in today’s society but those persons sometimes ends up failing in life. The very reason why they end up failing is probably because of a wrong attitude. Failure in success is caused by the following factors: pessimism, lack of discipline and perseverance.
INTRODUCTION Adapted from the course module notes, there are two categories of theories and techniques in job design to motivate employees: 1. Content theories by Maslow, McClelland, Herzberg and Alderfer. 2. Process theories such as Job Rotation, Job Enlargement and Enrichment; Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory, The Hackman and Oldham Model and Empowerment. Part 1 of this assignment is to theoretically analyse and review of five selected journals and articles that relevant to Job Design and Motivational Techniques under the category of Process Theories.
Therefore, the semi-structured interview questions were specifically focused on gaining further understanding on the employers’ views on learning goal 1 and 3 as well as on business acumen skills. A sample of six participants across five different industries namely from financial services, education, retail and supply chain, consulting and information technology, were selected and interviewed. The interviews were transcribed and manually analysed using thematic coding. The five themes which emerged from the qualitative analysis included: “MBA role to the graduate”, “MBA role to employers”, “current observation of the graduates”, “challenges of the MBA” and “employers’
It is an important factor in leadership which is the sign of strength, but whenever I passed on the work to others for the most of the time I have been disappointed. May be I could not communicate the message well enough. Having the vision and idea in mind is one thing, the ability to clearly and sufficiently describe what you want done is different and extremely important. Or maybe I failed to identify the right person for the right task. While working in a team or in my personal life in the family I usually fail to delegate the job to others and I end up working on my own which in some cases could result in inability to control my temper in under work load.
Literature Review: Several visions of empirical evidences as well as large bodies of scholary literature indicates that management skills are still lacking in engineering courses despite their significant roles in the profession. Other scholars and experts have also identified the significant roles and necessity of including management skills in the engineering teaching syllabus. Most organizations underperform because they hire graduate engineers who do not have adequate management skills. Lack of management skills is not only effecting the engineers' professional development but also lead to poor performance of the organization. In addition, it reduces the organizations efficiency as well as profitability
The writer tried to understand how employees of Malaysian private organizations use the new communication technologies (CMC) as a communication platform or medium in their workplace. It was done by exploring the perspective of these communications employees on the use of the technology. Research question for this study includes; What are the communicative methods used and purposes in the
However, strategy implementation itself is not a perfect process. Despite the never ending efforts of executives to employ the various nuances of strategy implementation methodologies, implementation has not been consistently successfully thus often resulting in delayed, failed, abandoned or rejected strategy. This is very expensive for organizations in terms of time and thus cost. Another impact of failed strategy is on the moral of the employees and the brand image of the company as a whole which can lead to loss of trust and faith in its customers and