2.4 The Interactionist Perspective: The Role of Fit LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Differentiate
between person-organization and person-job fit. 2. Understand the relationship between personjob fit and work behaviors. 3. Understand the relationship between person
2.3 Work Attitudes LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Define what work attitudes are. 2. Define and
differentiate between job satisfaction and organizational commitment. 3. List several important
factors influencing job satisfaction and organizational commitment. 4.
1.2 Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Strategy LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Know the roles
and importance of leadership, entrepreneurship, and strategy in principles of management. 2.
Understand how leadership, entrepreneurship, and strategy are interrelated. T
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MBA-I Semester Paper Code: MBAC 1001 Management Concepts & Organisational Behaviour
Unit I Nature of Management - Social Responsibili Ties of Business - Manager and
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LEARNING OBJECTIVES After reading this lesson you should be able to Define and understand the
concept of corporate strategy Identify the different levels of corporate strategy Examine the reasons
for developing strategies See corporate strategy as an on g
There are a multitude of reasons for creating a marketing plan: to provide strategic
direction, create a dialogue with senior management, communicate priorities, obtain
buy-in from other parts of the organization and request resources.
An effective plan c
Building your Instagram brand
Instagram is all about the visuals, so you need to set out to build a cohesive,
recognizable brand identity. How you approach your Instagram brand will be influenced
by the strategy you have already determined.
The Demise of the 4 Ps Has Been Greatly Exaggerated, by Paul A. Barsch June 7,
A recent book by a popular CRM expert declared the era of the 4 Ps effectively over.
The author argues that product, promotion, price and place are no longer key to
Research Enables Decision Making
Market research is a prelude to selling. It teaches you a great deal about what you will
need to know to develop your offering for the market and whether your offering is even
worth developing. A positive and aggressive at
According to Harms, product isnt just the physical entity of what you deliver; it
includes all the advantages bundled up with the product. In the vast majority of cases,
the physical entity is the least important part of the bundle, he says. Thats because
According to Reaves, its not enough to describe your customers as satisfied or
dissatisfied. He identifies six customer types and where they fit into the customer
hierarchy. These include:
1. Endorsers (5 percent of customer base) Endorsers are customers
A global electronics manufacturer seemed to live in a perpetual state
of re-organization. Introducing a new line of communication devices
for the Asian market required reorienting its sales, marketing, and
support functions. Migrating to cloud-based busin
Sustaining the Gains
When a large company pursues cost management and growth
simultaneously, it must act as one unified entity. Avoiding disconnects
and misalignments requires effective governance and business
management practices. Financial, strategic, a
Optimizing Your Costs
Fit-for-growth companies are lean and deliberate in spending money.
They manage their costs for both efficiency and effectiveness. In all
their investments, they seek long-term value. This means continually
pursuing the lowest-cost w
To be sure, many of those companies are in better financial shape
today than theyve been in for a long time. Having implemented costcutting and austerity programs during the recession, they have
relatively healthy balance sheets and sizable reserves of wo
Being in a position to focus on your most valuable customers might sound like a luxury. After
all, many small businesses are grateful for customers of any kind.
But every business finds that some customers are more valuable than others. This can be for
No matter what kind of business you run, it's important that you have quality employees
to help your company run and grow. But finding the right employees can be taxing and
more difficult than you think.
To hire the right person for the job, you need to l
How Customer Profiling Can Increase Sales
Trying to sell products and services without understanding your ideal customers is
like driving with your eyes closed.
Although making use of customer feedback is a great place to gather intelligence on
Where does it end? Its unproductive to stretch the role too far
and unreasonable to expect a CFO to be good at everything.
How can the CEO and the boardthrough the audit committee
shape a manageable profile for the position? Its an
important question, bot