Research Plan A Critical Analysis on the relationship between the operation Management and job satisfaction of employees – Case study of Fortress 1 Introduction and Research Purpose Competitive business markets in the world are in need of substantial strategies that will enhance the nature of business operations in these markets. These business operations are also dependent on the activities, tactics, and strategies that different firms employ in a bid to keep up with trends and patterns in the market. For this reason operations management has become a core concept for many firms in the world. Operational management (OM) is referred to optimization of management or operational processes to manipulate the administration process
This is in line with the position taken by Ashoka (2014) that social entrepreneurs are changing the face of business worldwide through the development of social industries. A similar view was presented by Peredo (2012) who contends that not only are social entrepreneurship programmes transformative for the communities in which they are implemented, but they impact surrounding
To illustrate, we will begin with definitions and present theories, followed by meta-analytic results. Then the changes in personality traits (mainly based on the Big Five dimensions) observed in life span are examined. We propose studying both internal and external factors that influence the shaping of personality because entrepreneurs are often found to be exposed at changing political, economic, social and technological environment. Therefore not only personal wills and efforts to change personality traits matter in this case, but also the external environment. Previous studies on the relationship between entrepreneurship and personality trait have been focusing on what makes an entrepreneur successful but not on how to become a successful one.
Worldwide integration, competitive pressure, and probe for productivity have been a main driver for change in today’s business world. Different activities of people in the business world have led to many problems and interest within business cycle. Several companies used Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Philanthropy or Charity, and Corporate Social Value (CSV) as frameworks to consider the interest of all stakeholders in the business industry. Countless of people desired to change the word, to be a better place for people. Changing the world is not an easy work.
The revenue is growing as opportunity and segment sales in the target market and improves customer satisfaction with products and services. Enterprises applications is a system covering functional areas, focus on the execution of business processes within the business management of business processes and covers all levels of management. The emergence of a global economy, transformation of industrial economies, transformation of the business enterprise, and the emergence of digital firm make information system essential in business. Information system is a foundation for conducting business today. In many businesses, survival and the ability to achieve strategic business goal is difficult without extensive use of information
Microfranchising an Inclusive Business Model By SUNANDA S Ph.D. Student FMS, Delhi University, New Delhi I. Introduction: “Microfranchising” a business model which is used as an economic development tool is currently prevailing in many developing countries, especially India. The proponents of Microfranchising in Brigham Young University (BYU)’s Marriott School define “microfranchise” as small businesses that can easily be replicated by following proven marketing and operational concepts. BYU points out that the “overall objective of Microfranchising is to promote economic development by developing sound business models that can be replicated by entrepreneurs at the base of the pyramid; therefore, the start-up costs of Microfranchises
Entrepreneurs provide solutions to the gaps in the market economy by using organisational skills such as planning, coordinating and controlling. The contribution of entrepreneurship to the economy needs small businesses to contribute to employment, innovations, competition and social and political stability. The role of small businesses as vehicle for entrepreneurship has increased over recent years and econometric evidence prove that entrepreneurship is a major importance in to economic growth of the country (Brizek and Khan, 2008,
Another why becoming an entrepreneur is a life changing is when you run company, you can help other people by opening vacancies for those who want to work. It’s a also benefits you in your own company when you look for employees that you need for. Everybody is happy and so are you. In short, the impact to become an entreprenuer is a life changing not only for you but the others as well. In conclusion, it’s not easy to be an entrepreneur.
The qualities that motivate entrepreneurs to pay forward are the same qualities to what makes one an entrepreneur. On the other hand, are there any drawbacks to harvest entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship? Is there a ceiling for the number of entrepreneurs a society can hold? These questions can help in finding out if there is another side to entrepreneurship. The interesting interaction of entrepreneurship and economic development has vital inputs for policy makers, development institutes, and business owners.
PROBLEM OF LABOUR TURNOVER IN SMALL SCALE INDUSTERY- A STUDY Simran Kaur Research Scholar, Singhania Univeristy Rajasthan Abstract Small scale industries play a very vital role in the development of economy. They are a vital segment of Indian economy in terms of their contribution towards country 's industrial production, exports, employment and creation of an entrepreneurial base. These industries by and large represent a stage in economic transition from traditional to modern technology. But now this sector is facing labour turnover problem. The retention is very difficult without job satisfaction and motivation.