Contemporary Organizations and Their Management: An Analysis

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As an employee, being a volunteer is it has been necessary to recognize the part played in supporting the goals of the credit union. Being a part of such an important organization to the community the need to better understand the organization's relationships among the board of directors, management, and workers is the topic of reflective analysis. The key topics to discuss include the qualifications of the board of directors, given the responsibility of governing the finances of a credit union. For the volunteers who are being considered for the board, it is necessary to have an evaluation process and ongoing assessment to ensure proper governance, Leighton and Thain (1997). The role of corporate governance should be addressed from the top down and analysis of the process for board selection and retention, is an excellent way to transfer the ethical standards throughout the credit union organization. The main theme is to recognize an individuals' place and meaning within the organization. The experience as an employee has been based primarily on self-discipline. However for employee volunteers to align themselves to support corporate goals at times the subjectivity of the organizational culture requires scrutiny. For management and the volunteers to be successful there must be trust and accountability within relationships to achieve co-operative work. That is each level of the organization working toward goals that are well defined and communicated from the board of
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