In the past a Memorandum of Association was seen as vital in providing information relating to the external affairs of a company. The importance of this document diminished over time with legal developments. Its worth will be limited further in consequence of the Companies Act 2006 content. Discuss the accuracy of the above statement and analyse why the importance of the Memorandum of Association has diminished. The most comprehensive review of British company law ever to have been made began...
SUSTAINABILITY FRAMEWORK IN SUPPLY CHAINOPERATIONSABSTRACT: Supply chain has gained importance in the current world of business. With the advent of globalisation and competitive advantage being key aspects of organisational existence, it is essential to look into sustainability of the same. The research paper aims to focus on the need for this sustainability and how supply chains, if made so, can make a difference to the sustainability of the planet.INTRODUCTION:In the world of business there...
The accounting department have just been hired a new manager. However, this is the first formal appointment of the new manager as a manager. The problems have been faced are that things are complicated at the moment as the accounting department have just been hired a new manager. The new manager has to work with a team which has ten members of diverse cultural backgrounds, as well as work experience. There is an intense workload and lots of performance pressure as the new manager has to...
Strategy is a systematic plan of action used to advance position, profits and success, both external and internal factors must be considered in strategic decision. In 2005 Dell was valued at $100 billion, more than HP and Apple combined. Today, it's worth less than a third of its rivals' market values prompting a series of changes within the company, Porter's Five forces (Porter M. (1979)) can conclude strategic issues for Dell and highlight optimal decision routes which can be concluded...
Nowadays, the project management process was become ineffective due to the lack of quality control in providing services and products. There is the urgent need to make some improvement in the project management process which is the involving TQM technique. The introduction of this task began with the meaning of the term of Total Quality Management (TQM) as Project Management Strategy in details. The understanding of the topic is important before move up to another step. Then advantages of the...
This study explores the relevance of the FIT concept in e-commerce business and assesses the environmental dynamic from an organizational information process perspective. It attempts to answer the following questions: is the FIT concept relevant and applicable to the e-commerce business and environmental dynamic as a moderator? To what extent do organizations utilize in e-commerce business? Does the business use of the e-commerce change over time? How e-commerce activities influence...
2.0 Introduction This chapter traces the scholarly discussion and existing debate on Training and Development (T&D) in Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) in the past, up till contemporary period. The chapter will come with theoretical grounding of these concepts and highlight existing opinions of researchers and professionals on issues surrounding T&D in SMES.2.1 Concept of Training and Staff DevelopmentTraining has always been seen as an important part of the human race especially in...
Many practicing managers and scholars consider turnover as one of the most important employment relations outcome for both organizations and employees (Rosemay Batt 2011). The resource based view of organization suggests that manpower must be valuable, rare and non-substitutable for the sustained competitive advantage of the organization (Barney, 2011). It has been mentioned that the Human capital is the core asset of the company; therefore, a company's high productivity and performance are...
This article reviews notable trends in the leadership development field. In the past two decades, such trends included the proliferation of new leadership development methods and a growing recognition of the importance of a leader's emotional resonance with others. A growing recognition that leadership development involves more than just developing individual leaders has now led to a greater focus on the context in which leadership is developed, thoughtful consideration about how to best use...
In todays reputation economy, what you stand for as a corporation often matters more than what you produce or sell. says Reputation Institutes Executive Partner Kasper Ulf Nielsen. Peoples willingness to buy, recommend, work for and invest in a company is driven 60 percent by their perceptions of the company and only 40 percent by their perceptions of their products." []  CSR is one of the most significant factors deciding the image of a corporation, as it greatly implies the...