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Importance of Safety Culture in the Organization

Importance of Safety Culture in the Organization The safety culture is a set of practices (ways of doing) and a mindset (ways of thinking) which is widely shared by the members of the organization when it comes to controlling the most significant risks associated with its activities. It is not something which is specific to …

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Management of Relationship at Workplace

Management of Relationship at Workplace Healthy and positive relationships have been identified as one of the pillars of wellbeing. A healthy relationship can be the most important source of life satisfaction and wellbeing. The quality of relationship at the workplace matters not only for the employees’ ability to flourish personally, but is also likely to …

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Employees Trust and Work place Performance

Employees Trust and Work place Performance Trust, besides being an important and basic component of the effectiveness of social processes, is also central in context of the functioning of an organization. Trust is always gradually formed in the process of social exchange between two parties in an organizational context. In the organization, it is an …

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Team and Team working in context of an Organization

Team and Team working in context of an Organization A common definition of team working includes a group of people working together toward achieving a desired goal.  Team working is the ability of the employees to work together toward a common vision, the ability to direct individual accomplishment toward the organizational objectives. It is the …

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Cost Management and Organizational Performance

Cost Management and Organizational Performance Cost management lies at the heart of the organizational performance since the organization is considered to be performing if it has a healthy bottom line. Two things determine the bottom line namely (i) cost, and (ii) revenue. The organization moves from cost to performance or from failure to success, when …

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Organization Structure

Organization Structure Structure refers to the relations between the components of an organization as a whole. The organization structure can be considered mostly of two types namely (i) physical, and (ii) social. Physical structure refers to the relations between physical elements of organizations as buildings and geographical places in which the works are carried out. …

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Role of Employee Competency on Performance

Role of Employee Competency on Performance Competent employees are the main resource for an organization in acquiring a competitive advantage. Land, buildings, or materials do not contribute to the organizational productivity, rather, it is ‘people capital’ which runs the organization and produces value from existing resources. The best source for the organizational competitive advantage lies …

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Management of Logistics

Management of Logistics Logistics facilitates in getting products and services to the customers when they are needed and desired by them. It also helps in economic transactions, serving as a major enabler of growth of trade and commerce in an economy. Logistics has come to be recognized as a distinct function with the rise of …

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Problems and Problem Solving Techniques

Problems and Problem Solving Techniques A problem consists of the difference between an actual situation and a desired situation. The problem is defined as any event or situation, unforeseen, unwanted in an organization, a project, or a job which needs to be addressed and resolved before it becomes too complex. During the functioning of the …

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Factors influencing Customer Satisfaction and Customer Loyalty

Factors influencing Customer Satisfaction and Customer Loyalty Customers of the organization are those who buy the products and / or services provided by the organization. In other words, customers are stakeholders of the organization who afford payment in exchange for the offer provided to them by the organization with the aim of fulfilling a need …

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