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Analyze the Relationship Between Management Structure and Culture and Its Effect on Business Performance

Analyze the Relationship Between Management Structure and Culture and Its Effect on Business Performance

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Published by Adnan Yusufzai
Management behaviour
Analyze The Relationship Between Management Structure And Culture And Its Effect On Business Performance
Management behaviour
Analyze The Relationship Between Management Structure And Culture And Its Effect On Business Performance

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Published by: Adnan Yusufzai on May 30, 2011
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07/08/2013

 
PGD ManagementBehaviourAssignmentAdnan-ul-Haque
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Introduction42.Factors influencing the individual performance in theWorkplace53.The Contingency Approach54.Maslow theory and Vodafone65.Herzberg and Vodafone76.McGregor and Vodafone87.Conclusion9Bibliography and Referencing10
 
Management behaviour is a discipline which deal with how people work inan organizational settings and how management affects the behaviours.(According to Mullins, 2005), the organizational goal can be achieved by anorganization through people. It is things beings done through others in aneffective and efficient manner. Management is doing right things and doing,things right. It can also be define as the product of efficiency andeffectiveness (Robin Cotler). Management plays a vital role in theorganization as it is responsible for all executive activities.
Culture is thecombination of some experience, practices and expressive forms that people of the organisation share the specific behaviour in the organisation (Gordon andTomas, 1992)
. So it will not be wrong to say that organization culture is theset of values, practices and beliefs, therefore, the culture of company is highlyinclined by the corporate culture. Company’s Culture demonstrates itself equally visible and invisible ways. Various expressions of corporate cultureare simple to observe such as work environment, benefits, titles and jobdescriptions and management structure but others types of culture are not soeasily noticeable.
There exist a close relationship between the culture and the behaviour thatmanagement demonstrates. In fact management behaviour dominates under theumbrella of culture. So we can say that culture dominates the management behaviour as culture has a huge impact on the behaviour and decision makingtechniques of an organization.
When people come in close contact with eachother for a common purpose, culture is emerged.
Humans have the tendencyto perform well once they have adopted the colours of culture adequately. Thistendency leads to intrinsic motivation which strive them to perform well and their  productivity increases remarkably. The satisfied workers are productive workerswho play a vital role in the success of business. Vodafone is a company which hashigh profile cultural norms, values and beliefs which has been regarded as the pillars of the organization’s strong foundation. It has improved its developmentdue to formation of atmosphere which encourages company’s norm.3Adnan ul Haque

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