Relationships Between Corporate Culture and Firm Performance

Relationships Between Corporate Culture and Firm Performance The culture of the organization and its learning are closely related to each other. Few researchers conceptualize the culture of the organization as the learning process from the history. Organizational culture is characterized as the learning organization while attempts to orders, rationality, and meanings as it gain experience […]
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Top Skills Needed to Become a Successful Administrator

Top Skills Needed to Become a Successful Administrator A successful administrator is a key to an organization’s success and effectiveness. An administrator is someone who is going to see if everything in the organization is running as per demands of the market. He plays his role in successfully managing and leading the organization. There are […]
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3 Supreme Integrated Management Systems

3 Supreme Integrated Management Systems An (IMS) Integrated Management System take part in all of an administration’s systems and procedures in to one ample structure, allowing an association to work as a sole unit with joined objectives. ISO 9000 – Quality management: Iso 9000 addresses numerous features of quality management and comprises selected ISO’s best recognized […]
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Corporate Culture: Ethical Workplace Dilemmas

Corporate Culture: Ethical Workplace Dilemmas Many individuals devote about 70% of their weekdays at their workplaces or job places. It is not surprising at all, then, that workers face ethical dilemmas there. Numerous of these dilemmas occur on a regular basis. With particular common sense and a little of scrutiny, personnel can resolve common office […]
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Why You Can’t Ignore Transparency and Accountability

Why You Can’t Ignore Transparency and Accountability You may not believe it, 1/4th of employees do not trust their employers, according to a survey of 2014 American Psychological Association survey of more than 1,500 U.S.A workers. Moreover, the survey found that just about 50% believe their employer is open and truthful with them. This deficiency of trust […]
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7 Habits of Highly Effective Leaders

7 Habits of Highly Effective Leaders There are certain characteristics, qualities, and habits that nearly all leaders share. These habits are what make them an effective leader in the first place. What are some of the habits of highly effective leaders according to researches and surveys? Lead from the front A Leader has given this title […]
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Knowledge Management and Developing Continuity Plans to Ensure Succession

Knowledge Management and Developing Continuity Plans to Ensure Succession “A knowledge of men is the prime secret of business success.”  – Darius Ogden Mills The current workforce is seeing a higher turnover as many of the baby boomer generation prepare to retire. A gallup poll from 2015 showed that “while about eight in 10 boomers in […]
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Human Resources Power Words: How to Write an Effective Performance Evaluation

Human Resources Power Words: How to Write an Effective Performance Evaluation “A word after a word after a word is power.” -Margaret Atwood Taking the easy way out, I’ve seen this done many times when people are writing performance evaluations for their employees. Copy, paste and repeat, and voila the performance evaluation is done. An […]
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