Organisational Environment and Resources

Organisational Environment Definition: The organisational environment is technically anything which is external to an organisation and can affect it in anyway, causing the organisation to react to this change. Fro example if a competitor lowers their prices, then an organisation in the same market may have to react by also lowering its prices, or saying that they have a better quality product which could help brand image and in turn sales, more than selling for cheaper.
Organisational Resources: The assets that are by an organisation for the production process. This includes human, monetary, raw materials and money.
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The Organisational Domain

The Organisational Domain Definition: The organisations chosen field of action, the part of the environment which they choose to be vital to their company, so if that part changes, they must react. It is the area which the organisation will sell its products and services, in a way their niche (even though it may not be that small).


It is said that there is ten different sectors which make up the environment for an organisation, each of which affect different organisations in different ways. These are shown below;

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Environment

Environment Definition: The organisational environment is technically anything which is external to an organisation and can affect it in anyway, causing the organisation to react to this change. Fro example if a competitor lowers their prices, then an organisation in the same market may have to react by also lowering its prices, or saying that they have a better quality product which could help brand image and in turn sales, more than selling for cheaper.
As stated above, the environment an organisation is in can be anything which affects it externally, therefore we can build up an environment around an … Read more...

HRM Theories

Human Resource Management basis itself an a variety of different of theories, some of these are shown below:

Culture

Environment

Leadership Management

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Human Resource Management

Human Resource Management Definition: HRM is part of an organisation, known as a function, that is implemented to manage employees and make sure they are working to maximum efficiency and effectiveness, whilst also staying within internal and external policies and rules. The HR department in a large company often dictates what kind of culture emerges within an organisation.


Another part of an Organisation is the Human Resource Management department (HRM). HRM covers a lot of ground, and on this website we will go into detail about a great deal of this. Many people think that Human Resource Management should be … Read more...

Perceptions in Organisations

Perception Definition: A perception is a belief held by a person, or many people, based upon how they see the world around them.

What is Perception?

the process of selecting, organising and interpreting information in order to make sense of the world around us

(Bratton: 2010, 500)

the dynamic and complex way in which individuals select information (stimuli) from the environment, interpret and translate it so that a  meaning is assigned which will result in a pattern of behaviour or thought

(Mullins: 2010, 829)

Perception in Organisations

Often the main aspects of perception in an organisation is how an individual … Read more...