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For a company, human resource planning is the recognition of the future labour requirements needed and how these requirements are going to be met. Human resource planning is the process by which a company ensures that it has the right number and kind of staffs, at the right time in the right place for which they are economically most useful for a company. The use of human resource planning is a big deal for any organisation. For employee develop, human resource development (HRD) is the...
Since the late 1970, the United State introduced an airline deregulation to the aviation industry. The airline deregulation of US had led other countries including European countries to adopt the same strategy. The deregulation strategy allows commercial airlines to price their service, choose their route and destination freely. Moreover, the act had provided a golden opportunity for airlines to reduce cost as they are allowed to cut down unnecessary services such as passenger lounges and...
MARKETING AUDIT The first formal step in the marketing planning process is that of conducting the markerting audit. Ideally at the time of producing the marketing plan, this should involve bringing together the source material which has already been collected throught the year. As part of the normal work of the marketing department. Kotler define marketing audit at lenght as a systematic, independend, comprehensive and periodic examination of a company's or business units markerting...
Today people around the world are so much socially connected with each other as never before and these social networks and connections exist just because of latest developments in information technology. The people have access to the latest information regarding to different happenings and incidents within few seconds and clicks. They are well aware about others' cultures, trends and living styles. This radical change in the flow of information deeply impacted on the global business...
Organizational culture is defined as the associated norms of an organization, while employee behavior is seen as the external expression of an employee's perception of organizational culture, then organizational culture precedes employee behavior. Leaders have the ability to influence and manage organizational culture. When this is done effectively, then employees will express those values positively through their behavior.Specialists or generalist's"The generalist's mind focuses on...
ABSTRACT 3 INTRODUCTION 5 BACKGROUND OF RESEARCH 5 RATONALE OF RESEARCH 6 RESEARCH AIMS AND OBJECTIVES 7 RESEARCH QUESTIONS 7 RESEARCH SCOPE 7 LIMITATIONS OF RESEARCH 8 SOURCES 11 LITERATURE REVIEW 11 RESEACRH METHODOLGY 16 SOURCE OF DATA / COLLECTION 17 METHODS OF ANALYZING DATA 18 ETHICAL ISSUES 19 RESEARCH SCHEDULE 20 PERSONAL REFLECTIONS 20 ABSTRACT CONCEPTUALIZATION / CONCLUSION 21 BIBLIOGRPAHY 22ABSTRACTThis research proposal deals with one of the major issues organizations are facing...
Incorporated on 31st, October 1969 as Wal-Mart stores, the store was founded in the year 1962, while trading on the company's shares began on OTC markets in the year 1970 and two years later, Wal-Mart's shares were listed on the stock exchange of New-York, the first Wal-Mart discount store was open in Rogers, Arkansas, while the first supercentre & Sam's club membership warehouse were opened in the year 1988 & 1983 respectively. Wal-Mart Stores (n.d.) Wal-Mart registered its...
Organizational Behavior has been defined as clusters of people who work interdependently headed for a goal. This definition clearly indicates that organizations are not buildings or pieces of machinery. Organizations are, indeed, people who interact to achieve common goals. The study of organizational behavior (OB) and its affiliated subjects helps us understand what people think, feel and do in an organizational setting. For managers and, realistically, all employees, this knowledge can...
Strategic analysis is a process which is based on three stages: analysis, planning and management. We can divide it into two types: function sense, and tool sense. In case of the function sense strategic analysis is a set of actions which diagnose both. the organisation and its environment, and thus enable build strategic plan and its development. When it comes to the tool sense, strategic analysis is a set of analysis methods which help examine, assess, and predict the future states of...
I. Introduction Innovation, as a significant competitive advantage to gain profits in the complicated competition, is valued highly in knowledge-intensive organizations. Some former scholar simply regards innovation as the process of inventing new things (Barnett, 1953). Miller (1989) argues innovation is one of crucial elements of competitive strategy for organizations. In knowledge-based organizations, the definition of innovation becomes abroad. It covers four stages: including discovering...