In this millennium where most of the multi-national organisations are looking at the global market to expand their business, a few organisations can afford to stay domestic (Leung et al 2005). The concept of globalisation has broadened the mindsets of executives and extended the geographical reach of companies and pushed research into new areas. One such area is national culture. Cross-cultural study has become increasingly important in last few decades mainly due to the seminal work of...
Politically, Singapore is a stable country. Thus, this guarantees MacDonald's a successful working environment. The government facilitates daily business operation of the organization and creates foundation for a successful company. With regard to the tax policy, the government of Singapore ensures that the organization is taxed according to the laws. Research shows that Singapore has put in place tax policies that are meant to obtain the relevant revenue from the foreign businesses within the...
MANAGEMENT OF CREATIVITY INTRODUCTION Creativity is defined as a mental & the social process which involves discovery of new ideas & concepts or new associations of creative mind b/w existing ideas. Creativity is fueled by process of the conscious or of unconscious insight. Alternative conception of the creativeness is mainly based on etymology that it simply a act of making the something new & the different. From the scientific point of view products of creative thought...
The aim of this chapter is to identify appropriate areas of CSR literature different scholarly and business views and opinions of Corporate Social responsibility, which would buttress the aim of the research project. The purpose of this research includes exploring the meaning of CSR and leadership in the context of CSR, the role and importance of organisational or business leadership in implementing CSR initiatives and the challenges of the case organisation in implementing these CSR...
This study plays a vital role for the people at the end of the decision making in the Government sector of Pakistan. Usually the method that has been adapted is based on the bygone experience or hit and trail method that is because of the limited knowledge and research available on this sector. There are two types of compensation benefits monetary and non-monetary. Monetary are also called cash benefits and are considered as the part of the pay as per the BPS scale or rank while non-monetary...
To provide advice about the Human Resource Management issues at North East Wessex District Council.SubjectIssues and Strategies at North East Wessex District CouncilScopeThe report will encompass the key HR related issues and the strategies are proposed to overcome these issues. For this purpose, information has been gathered from secondary source - web search, which includes case studies, articles etc.Main BodyHuman Resource issues at North East Wessex DistrictJob insecurityThe staff members...
As the world gets smaller and new issues arise daily, no dimension of life is left behind. Globalization and trade liberalization has seen many practices that were hitherto unknown being adopted in the field of business. One is totally left mesmerized at the new developments that continue to gain root across the globe. Gone is the error when business operations were confined to specific localities and individual interests. As a result, several new terminologies associated with global business...
Supply Chain Management is the coordination of flow information, activities ,goods , services and raw materials for a set of more than two organizations which linked together to meet end user needs at less cost. A proper & effective supply chain management is essential to meet the customer needs as well as to earn some profit for the firm. Suppliers play a vital role in Supply Chain Management so it is essential that right suppliers must be selected. In the case study of Nissan it is...
Executive Summary The following report evaluates how the aims of Performance Related Pay (PRP) schemes are underpinned by theory, focuses on how PRP theory relates to the aims and objectives of the NHS and considers how effective the current PRP policy is within the NHS with specific focus on whether the current scheme meets the needs of the current NHS organisation. The NHS has seen relative success where PRP schemes have been applied, with 51% of NHS managers recently commenting that PRP...
It was established in 1967 and its plants are located in Seoul, Daejeon, Yangsan, Pyeongtaek and Siheung. It manufactures and sells more than 200 products to more than 70 countries. It is the No.3 chewing gum manufacturer in the world. It is a subsidiary company of Lotte Group. Lotte Confectionery produces ‘Crunky' candy bar and the ‘Chic-Choc' cookie (a chocolate chip cookie), one of the most famous brands in South Korea. Additionally, they produce other baked snacks,...