Organisation Environmental Uncertainty

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 Environment Uncertainty Definition: The organisational environment can be very uncertain, with many factors affecting the way an organisational will have to cope and … Read more...

Organisational Environment and Culture

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 Culture Definition: Cultures in organisation is defined by how the organisation is run, how the personalities within the organisation interact with each other … Read more...

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.
Another aspect which … Read more...

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...