Fielder’s Contingency Model

Photo by fauxels on Pexels.com 2.2     Fielder’s Contingency Model Having confirmed the effectiveness and shortcomings of the SWOT analysis on Ryanair’s managerial problems, it becomes necessary to test how Fielder’s Contingency Model on leadership-staff relationships can transform business. Fielder’s Contingency theory concentrates on leadership, with the opinion that an organization’s success depends most on managers’ … Continue reading Fielder’s Contingency Model

How Netflix can achieve competitiveness in local and international markets

1. Background of Netflix Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com 1.1. Overall Overview of Netflix Company’s NameNetflix, Inc.Company’s Former NamesKibbleCEOReed Hastings, Ted Sarandos (co-CEO)Company TypePublicYear Founded1997Number of Employees8600 (2019)Annual RevenueUS$ 20.15 billionFounderReed Hastings, Marc RandolphArea ServedWorldwide (excluding North Korea, Mainland China, Syria, Crimea)HeadquartersLos Gatos, California, USOperating IncomeUS$ 2.604 billion (2019) 1.2. Introduction to Netflix For the Netflix … Continue reading How Netflix can achieve competitiveness in local and international markets

The solution to climate change

Environmentalists' traditional role is to hold governments and corporations accountable and to inform, motivate and engage the broader public of the dangers posed by government inaction or corporate malfeasance. And our relationships with both government and business have often been uneasy. On the government side, pro-environment leaders come and go. Some have passed forward leaning … Continue reading The solution to climate change

How to promote participation among diverse groups

Groucho Marx once said, "I'd never join any organization that would invite me to be a member." Well, we'd want Groucho in our organization, and (if he were alive) we think we might get him to join. That's because we want members from all sectors of the community. And that's what this section is about. … Continue reading How to promote participation among diverse groups

Intel’s move towards self-driving cars

As PC sales have declined, Intel has struggled. Will self-driving cars bring Intel back to the top? Tesla Model 3 Intel is the world’s second largest semiconductor chip maker, supplying processors to major computer manufacturers. As personal computer sales have started to decline due to increased preferences for mobile devices, Intel has struggled. It’s laid … Continue reading Intel’s move towards self-driving cars

Strategic alliance and business penetration in global management

For some organizations, it is difficult due to one or more reasons to enter new markets. To solve such an issue, many of these organizations enter into a kind of strategic alliances with one another to operate in a particular market. Although strategic alliances can be differentiated in many ways, the more common one is … Continue reading Strategic alliance and business penetration in global management

Can Elon Musk lead global management and sustainability with this attitude?

Elon Musk has had many rough years as an influential tech leader. Elon Musk, Tesla CEO The Tesla CEO has been dogged by a seemingly unending list of setbacks. There were leaks showing how the company was covering up its high rates of worker injuries, a fatal accident involving its Autopilot driver-assist system, fires in the paint shop and a … Continue reading Can Elon Musk lead global management and sustainability with this attitude?

Why is whistleblower protection a trending issue?

THE COVID-10 PANDEMIC HAS EXPOSED PREVIOUSLY NEGLECTED FLAWS IN GLOBAL Whistleblower Protection LAWS. The pivotal role of accountability and transparency in building and maintaining public trust in organizations is indisputable. How the Chinese government and World Health Organization (WHO) undermined public health at the initial and peak stage of COVID-19 pandemic, and consequential global spread … Continue reading Why is whistleblower protection a trending issue?

How trash-talking affects job performance

Athletes do it. CEOs do it. People in the office and home do it. Trash-talking is as natural as breathing to some people. But how does it affect those who are the targets of such biting insults? That’s the question Wharton visiting scholar and Georgetown professor Jeremy Yip and Maurice Schweitzer, Wharton operations, information and … Continue reading How trash-talking affects job performance

Cross-cultural awareness and organizational performance

As the society is becoming more mobile, international and diverse, businesses face an emerging need for proper cross-cultural management that enables them to handle relationships between employees. In order to have a high performing organization, it is essential to have “cultural intelligence”, which can diminish money and time costs. “Cultural intelligence” ensures a better communication among teams, … Continue reading Cross-cultural awareness and organizational performance

The cause and effect of poor leadership

Good leadership is like the light, permeating into every aspect of the business; and poor leadership is like the shadow, darkening many areas of the organization. Leadership debate is never ending. the leadership impact for the business is just like the light on the road when you drive in the dark. What’s the cause and … Continue reading The cause and effect of poor leadership

A report on value creation in business for NOVUS AGRO

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This report sheds light on Novus Agro’s impact in the agricultural space, the value chain gaps it tries to fill, and the issues/limitations to achieving its goal. It also analyses Novus Agro’s business model and adviSes on how to sustain growth using financial and non-financial solutions. The first part of this two-sided report … Continue reading A report on value creation in business for NOVUS AGRO