Leading a change effort could be a lonely proposition…if you let it. Effectively communicating, implementing, and managing change takes effort. Communicate, build partnerships and obtain buy-in, and work with your stakeholders throughout the change effort to avoid being lonely.
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IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENT ON THE STRUCTURE OF BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS: A STUDY OF FIRST INLAND BANK (PORT HARCOURT AREA)
AUTHOR: NWAGBALA CHINELO STELLA
DEPARTMENT: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
AFFILIATION: NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA
This study investigated the impact of environment on the structure of business organizations. The theoretical framework of the study is drawn from Thompson’s organization theory as cited in Onwuchekwa (2000). 230 more words
When someone starts new in your organization, it’s just not starting a new job or position, it’s the beginnings of a relationship. Those first contacts are very impressionable which could affect, in the short and long term, whether that person will measure up to what you expected from them, how productive they will be, how effectively they will represent your organization, and how long they may stay with you. 20 more words
This BCG partner has a great angle on competitiveness of large organizations. He claims that businesses do not really fight their competitors but rather their own complexity. 441 more words
Here I go … reading again … All right, let’s talk about HPI. HPI = Training & Development.
Let’s begin with a video – The OFFICE – pure Genius. 883 more words