Discuss some of the key factors which may indicate to a manager that it’s time for structural changes to a MNC’s organization? (Students should mention up to 5 key factors) Describe the following points. A) Change in organization size B) Movement of key individuals C) Failure to management times and goals D) Missing on opportunities and innovation E) Over worked managers F) Too extravagant cost and budgets G) Moral problems H) Poor strategic control I) Too much monitoring stiffle innovation
Explain how you could create diverse team of employees with different strengths. Use scenarios to convey your idea. Discuss methods you would adopt to improve team dynamics and employee behaviors. Describe two (2) management techniques you would implement to ensure that your new team aligns to your company’s mission.
1- With the availability of advanced information technology that allows an organization’s work to be done anywhere, anytime; is organizing still an important management function? Why or why not? 2- “Too many managers today have forgotten that work should be inspiring and fun and are too out of touch with what makes people productive”. How would you respond to this assertion? 3- Describe how Maslow’s hierarchy of needs can be used to motivate.
What are the challenges when an organization practices valuing diversity and inclusion? Identity three specific challenges that organizations might face and strategize on how they can be overcome. Is it the responsibility of the employer to ensure a work environment which is bias-free and inclusive for all employees? If not, whose responsibility would it be? Defend your choice. How can your potential strategy be developed to increase diversity and inclusion within the workplace? What tools from our Unit 6 content might help you get the job done?
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