Management Paper Samples

Quality Management in Service Organisations

Introduction All business organisations are established to make profits by focusing on delivering quality and competitive products and services. The competitive nature of most business markets make it necessary for the management of business organisations to focus on obtaining optimal quality. Business organisations do not ensure quality simply to respect...

Personal and Professional Development

Introduction It is the aim of every education to increase their output and thus enjoy comparative advantage compared to other organizations. On the same note, organizations are aiming at reducing costs since they eat into their profits. It is important to note that among the most important inputs in a...

Leadership and Organizational Behavior

Introduction Leadership in organizations involves controlling all the aspects of the organization and ensuring that human needs are well taken care of. Adapt of Texas has, for a long time, assisted the mentally disabled individuals in the community in inculcating effective leadership in various institutions. However, this organization is currently...

Corporate Governance Concept and Its Implications

Introduction Numerous authors have sought to define the concept of corporate governance over time. The nature of this concept, as well as its impacts on organisations, has attracted the attention of many scholars and students in the field of corporate management. The concept of corporate governance is a very broad...

The Art of Leadership

Introduction We sometimes ask whether leaders are born and not made. If we try to scan the pages of history, we find that leaders have their unique way of dealing with people. Psychologists posit that leaders have motives. For example, some have parents or ancestors who have been leaders, while...

Compensation for Employees

Introduction Compensation may refer to the act of awarding benefits to employees, for the services they render to the company. It is essential for an organization to reward its workers in order to develop a mutual relationship with them and improve organizational productivity. Compensation involves a process in which a...

Compensations Role in Human Resources Management

Introduction Modern organizations are constantly advancing human resources management to attain and sustain competitive advantage as well as increase returns. Studies indicate that adopting effective human resources practices leads to sustainable competitive advantage and increased returns in the organization1. The best human resource practices that have been identified as critical...

Information Technology Influence in Inventory Management

Introduction As technology has continued to change and improve over time, so to do the operational processes of corporations change along with it. In the case of inventory management, companies are no longer limited to processes involving log books, line of sight, and written labels to categorize and store products....

Motivation Role in Management

Introduction Motivation is the act of influencing someone to take an action to achieve a certain goal (Montana& Chanov, 2008). Motivation of employees depends on the nature of the job, the organization culture of the company and personal characteristics. In this case study, there are various theories that influence and...

ISO Quality Standards implementation in ADWEA

Introduction One of the most prominent features of the current structural changes in the economy and the society is the growing significance of the service industry (Blind 163). Active participation in these structural changes presents a great challenge for the service sector. In addition to ensuring quality service provision, service...

Dubai Port World’s Leadership Styles and Behaviors

Understand leadership styles Identify the factors that will influence their choice of leadership styles or behaviours in workplace situations Every employee at DP World has a certain level of responsibility in the organisation. These responsibilities are diverse, and every leader makes different decisions, based on the nature of their responsibilities....

The Division of Labor in Organizations

Introduction Division of labor is a principle of commerce mostly used in corporate labor. It is usually aimed at increasing the total output of work in an organization. It began in ancient times of early trading even before the 20th century and is still being practiced up to date (Littek,...

Multicultural Management in the Virtual Project

Abstract In this changing world, the traditional ways of doing things are being replaced with new and exciting ideas. The growth in information technology has particularly changed many business practices. Virtual workplaces are now possible and are increasingly becoming popular due to the preference by people to work at home...

Honda Company’s Innovation Management

Innovation approach to management takes on a four part process that ensures full control of performance of either a product or labor force. The process of management can be simply explained as a progression of preparation and control of activities. In the Honda Company the top management is mandated with...

Mergers and Acquisitions: Reasons and Consequences

Introduction Mergers and acquisitions are terms that members of the corporate finance world use to mean the strategy and management that involves buying and selling, consequently combining of various companies or business (Sherman and Hart, 2006). This is with the aim of helping such small companies grow faster without involving...

Human Resource Challenges and Future in the UAE

Abstract Managing human resource has become increasingly challenging in the modern society. Employees have become more enlightened through higher education, and this has made them more demanding. In the study, data was collected from Mr. Sami, the human resource manager at Al Hosni Gas in Abu Dhabi, through a Question-Answer...

Quality Management Systems Implementation in Practice

Current research According to Levine and Toffel (2010), quality management systems have evolved through many phases including quality control, quality assurance, and total quality management systems. However, current approaches to implementing quality management systems are based on the concept of quality, which enables organizations to provide services and products designed...

Hotel Chain’s Performance Management Plan

Introduction A performance management plan is an instrument used in businesses for controlling, assessing, examining, and reporting the advancement of organizational goals. It involves several procedures that are critical in its development. Firstly, there is a need to match the performance management plan with the prevailing business strategies. Secondly, there...

Gulfport Transit Company: Transformational Management

Abstract The essential purpose of this study was to explore the transformational managerial characteristics that are essential to successful global operations, using a case study of Gulfport Transit Company. This study utilized the deductive methodology of exploration method; whereby the hypothesis and the theories were planned in the wake of...

Role of the Total Quality Management in Business

Executive Summary Is total quality management enough for competitive advantage? The aim of this paper is to clarify the elements of TQM that are relevant for competitive advantages and to evaluate whether TQM is all that firms need to enjoy competitive advantages. The paper relies on a review of other...