Organizational Management Approach Analysis : Organization

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Organization Management Approach Analysis Shweta Hallen ORG 502 – Effective Organization: Theory and Practice Colorado State University – Global Campus Dr. Claudia Santin December 01, 2015
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Organizational Management Approach Analysis
The following analysis examines the organizational approach to management that I work for. Since many of the approaches to management are based on historical approaches to management, this article will analyze the differences and similarities between this approach and the historical ones. In addition, I will also talk about the efficiencies and inefficiencies of the approach contemplating on its impact on
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Taylor (as cited in Robbins, Cenzo & Coulter, 2015) sought to improve production efficiency approach to get things done.
Management Approach Analysis
The analysis revealed that the organization I work for follows a Decentralized management approach, with the following principles:
1. Empowering employees: The principle aims at giving more autonomy to employees to make their own decisions, giving them a sense of importance and making them feel as if they have more input in the direction of the organization.
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2. Efficiency: The aim here is the reduction of congestion in communications, quicker reaction to unanticipated problems, improved ability to deliver services, improved information about local conditions, and more support from beneficiaries of programs.
3. Diversity: It is critical for organization’s ability to innovate and adapt in a fast-changing environment. It is essential to growth and prosperity of any company: diversity of perspectives, experiences, cultures, genders, and age.
4. Global Reach/Local Focus: This one focusses on operating in a global footprint yet react more easily to the specific needs of the area, such as deciding to sell products that appeal to the local market.
The above principles have been applied in the organization’s policies and tools have been developed to record the evidences and measure how it is progressing. Rousseau (as cited in Pryor et al., 2011)
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