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The Challenges of the Presence of Different Generations Together in a Workplace
The presence of the different generations together in the workplace presents challenges that sometimes get overlooked. “One aspect of diversity which is sometimes overlooked is age,” (Hudgins, 2016, “Generational Differences in Negotion” para 1). Often when people speak of diversity in the workplace generational diversity i...
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An Evaluation of the Mission Statements of Different Organizations
A mission statement answers the questions, "What do you do?" and "What is your raison d'être (reason for being)?" (Abraham 2012, 2.1). It conveys that message in a way that is not hard to figure out, it must be clear to anyone reading it. The mission statement must not be two broad but should articulate what the focus of th...
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The Need for Change in Business and Organizations
Change is often difficult. Sometimes even when faced with the obvious need for change people still resist it. Change for the most part requires effort and tends to be very uncomfortable. Sometimes the fear of the unknown is too much to overcome, and people remain stuck in circumstances in which they are dissatisfied. In the...
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A Discussion on the Possible Results with the Application of Attribution Theory in an Organization
From a psychological point of view, attribution theory justifies how an individual translates information to arrive at causal justifications for certain events (Fiske & Taylor, 1991). To reach to a quick judgment, an examination of the information gathered and its combination is carried out. In simple terms, the theory tend...
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An Examination of the Different Types of Motivation and Performance
Abstract Motivation and Performance are important parts of being in management. A good manager needs to be able to motivate their team in order to build strength within a team. When employees are motivated they will work harder and produce a better quality product. Exploring the different types of motivation, performance a...
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The Importance of a Positive and Optimistic Culture within an Organization
The morale of a company is paramount to its current and continued success. As Universal Precision Control Corporation has been a mainstay in its region, it is very important to ensure that the company culture remains positive and optimistic. In order to gauge the morale of the employees at this point research needs to be co...
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The Role and Influence of Perceptions and Attributions in Relationships
Perceptions and attributions are an important and inevitable aspect
of human relationships. How these perceptions are managed and controlled
plays a major role in ensuring either success or failure of relationships.
These perceptions become particularly important in organizational
situations, since the human resource depart...
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An Analysis of the Impact of the Marriott-Starwood Hotels Merger
The Marriott-Starwood Hotels Merger One business event that caught my attention was the Marriott-Starwood Hotels merger. Marriott bought Starwood Hotels for $12.9 billion and added ten brands, including the Sheraton and W Hotels, to its pre-existing 19 hotel chains, such as the Ritz-Carlton. This deal makes Marriott the...
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A Case Study on the Issues Within the Team of MBA
There is a vast amount of issues within the team of MBA’s which inhibit them from working proficiently. They exhibit all of the five dysfunctions of a team, with the biggest issues stemming from trust, commitment and accountability. The first problem exhibited is when Onyealisi arrives and Delery is surprised to see him the...
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An Examination of Weight Discrimination in the Workplace
A Position on Employer Weight Discrimination In the United States, obesity is regularly classified as an epidemic with regard to the condition’s clear individual and epidemiological consequences. The number of obese Americans is expected to rise even further throughout the first half of the 21st century as a response to a...
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