Ch 3 - Organizational Environments and Culture (web).pptx

Shoes in part because of what the company stands for

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shoes in part because of what the company stands for and is about. Life is Good is a t-shirt company that has a clear mission, and that is to "spread the power of optimism". This mission resounds with their employees, along with how they treat their customers. It is also the reason why they decided to donate ten percent of their net profits to kids in need. Johnny's Pizza has a clear mission statement which helps employees know the reason behind their work and helps keep the focus on the company's main goal.
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EXAMPLES OF CONSISTENCY Apple has been consistent with coming out with new updates for its devices, and they have completely changed the technology industry. Apple is always working on the latest trends and finding new and innovative ways to make technology user friendly. I know that Shell has its own certain environment policies that are known to be a bit better than most other drilling companies. When it buys out other companies, it then shuts down operation for a few weeks so it can retrain the workers to fit their format so that there is that continued, consistent high standard across the board. Chick-fil-a's culture is based on biblical values, and customers can always look forward to great food quality. There's also a unique, friendly ambience in all of the restaurants, which can't be found in other fast food places. Because of Chick-fil-a's high standards, customers stay happy, and they continue to spend money there. Super One is very consistent with it's rules and regulations. No matter what happens or what changes in the company the rules will always be consistent. Our goal to make sure our customers leave satisfied and make sure we leave a positive impression on them so they would like to come back. Even if the customer isn't right, we have policies on how to handle those situations. Our customers satisfaction and store cleanliness was and will always be our top priority.
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EXAMPLES OF EMPLOYEE INVOLVEMENT Jackson Cinema 3, the movie theater that I worked for in high school, would decorate the lobby as a way to promote a blockbuster movie. We as employees of the theater were asked for our input in how we should decorate the lobby. This made the employees feel involved in something for the company that would hopefully, and many times did, generate larger profits for certain movies. As well
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