Tesco Culture Analysis

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The organisational culture is a set of certain assumptions, values, and norms being shared by the members within an organisation. Employees are informed about the importance of an organisation through the values helping in increase of organisational effectiveness. The culture is also known for performing different functions within an organisation. The organisational culture has influence on the organisational behaviour and other aspects of management that are important to understand for management (Bell & Smith, 2010). For this reason, the purpose of the paper is to provide the analysis of organisational culture, management practices, motivation and performance, group dynamics, and conflict management within Tesco. 2. Overview of Tesco Tesco…show more content…
The leadership of Tesco motivates employees because of which the organisation consistently provides effective services to consumers. It is noted that the management of the organisation emphasises on the significance of the appointing roles of leadership to people within the organisation in such a way that they are aware of their responsibilities to implement the strategic decisions through the effective communication in the form of meetings and follow up on employees for ensuring that they are not drifting away from the providence of quality services and efficient company operations (Data monitor, 2010; Pergamon Flexible Learning, 2005). The leadership style is being implemented by the management and it is imitated by the leaders of team within each department. However, every leader of department is appointed by management and it has changed the organisational structure of Tesco. For instance, the duty managers in every store lead employees in decision making process on daily basis that supports the operations of store. The duty managers are professionals in managing their duties while ensuring that team leaders are trained, validated, and participative. The managers of every store conduct daily and weekly audits for identifying and resolving issues within the…show more content…
A conflict is known to be a common process within an organisation. In Tesco, conflicts are observed at different levels among members of groups and come of them are competing. In such type of conflict, group members pursue their concerns apart from the resistance of other employees. It may involve employees pushing their view points at the expense of others while maintaining the organisational resistance to the actions and activities of other members within the group. For instance, it may be observed that one employee feel his voice and opinions about some matter are being not considered by other members and management of the organisation. Therefore, he may consider standing up for his own rights and for this reason; he may avoid pressure and resistance of his fellow employees. The management in the organisation handles such situations with ease and permits every member of groups to reflect their opinions through the feedback and during discussions or meetings (Daft & Marcic, 2006; Ndungu,
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