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Consumers are facing drastic changes in their behavior, markets are facing drastic changes in their functioning, companies are facing drastic changes in their environment…What about Marketing? Is marketing changing at the pace that the current situation demands? The answer is…
Case Study about Shrinking Bureaucracy
Abstract. Bureaucracy and human creativity may be seen as the two extremes of a dimension when analyzing the continuous activity of organizations pursuing a goal or trying to achieve their objectives. The Bureaucracy occurs and develops only if the outcome of the organizational activity is beneficial to both the consumers and the suppliers, or else this “organizational technique” should be shrunk using a managerial system in order that performances match the requirements of an open and democratic society.
Introduction: Bureaucratic behavior prevails in most activity fields nowadays. The intensity of this behavior is differentiated between the private and the public sectors. Although there is little rationality in segmenting organizations as private vs. public, we may easily attribute the bureaucracy lead to the public sector, resulting in focusing the behavioral typology. Based on analysis, in this area we identified an organization system relying on strict rules, following the norm to the letter, excessive formalization, reduced innovation and relative change, all these aiming at an exact achievement of objectives.Keep reading..
A Case Studies about Functional Limitations of Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Consumers
Introduction: In the more than 30 years since the enactment of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Congress has consistently emphasized targeting VR services to persons whose disabilities are significant. This pattern culminated in the requirement of the Rehabilitation Amendments of 1992, which mandated that Designated State Units (DSUs) target services to the individuals whose disabilities are “most significant,” and charged each of the 83 DSUs responsible for implementing the VR service program with defining “most significant” within its jurisdiction.
Three years after this statutory change, the distribution of VR consumers in terms of severity of disability reflected the new requirement, with over one-quarter of consumers classified as having a “most significant disability,” about half classified as “significantly disabled” and less than 20 percent determined to be “nonsignificantly disabled”. Keep reading…
A Studies about American Tire Distributors
American Tire Distributors (ATD), headquartered in Huntersville, N.C., is the largest replacement tire distributor in the United States. The company’s success is no accident. In fact, ATD is growing at the rate of 10-20 percent annually, partly through aggressive acquisitions, and partly via organic growth, including the expansion of its Tire Pros franchise operation.
ATD has also recently launched an Internet-based tire storefront. The site allows consumers to select tires directly from the ATD inventory; when they purchase tires, the sales are channeled through local ATD retail partners for processing and delivery. Keep reading…
Case study about Reputation Management
Introduction: Specifically, what we say to others and how we act adds to the image of the organisation. It is therefore important to evaluate what employees and stakeholders such as the media say about the organisation. If we want to protect and build our company’s reputation (image being just one element) we have to influence this process. Employees and customers can be perceived as the two most important groups in reputation management. Figure xx.1 indicates how the complex interaction between the internal view (employees) and external view (customers) influence the performance of the organisation. Identity and image are the most important dimensions of corporate reputation, and should be linked in a rational way.
Reputation Risk: Today’s enlightened companies have come to realise that reputation is an asset that needs to be managed proactively. These companies have realised that the scrutiny under which business operates today and the amount of information in the hands of consumers and other members of the public, make reputation a vital asset, and in some industries, the most important asset. After all, what goes through the mind of a stakeholder when he/she sees a company’s secrets exposed on an investigative journalism programme such as ‘Carte Blanche’, ‘60 Minutes’ or ‘World in Action’? Recent incidents highlighted in the media certainly show a need for more formalised reputation management.
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Study about Real Property Values
Greenway corridors provide a variety of amenities, such as attractive views, open space preservation, and convenient recreation opportunities. People value these amenities. This can be reflected in increased real property values and increased marketability for property located near open space. Developers also recognize these values and incorporate open space into planning, design, and marketing new and redeveloped properties.
A research spokesperson commented that consumers are increasingly putting a higher premium on interaction with the environment through inclusion of natural, open space and nature paths. The findings of this most recent study differ greatly from the 1980’s preferences, which included tennis courts, swimming pools, and golf courses.
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