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  • Mergers And Their Effect On Corporate Culture
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    I have documented in the previous paper for this class my beef with the authors: that they have a ready-made set of excuses absolving workers of all of the blame for downward spirals in productivity - rather, it's the cold sterility of computer technology, or mergers, or globalization, or cost-cutting, or reengineering, or outsourcing, or some combination of the above that is to blame for the unraveling of the corporate culture as we know it. In the words of Charlie Brown, "Good grief". Perhaps ...
  • Good Ethical Standards In A Company Help
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    1. We agree with your answer, but would like to add the following statement. Culture is the values and practices shared by the members of a group. Company culture therefore, is the shared values and practices of the company's employees. Company culture is important because it can make or break a company. With any company they must figure out what their culture is, decide what it should be, and move everyone toward the desired culture. Concepts such as the six types of human values; theoretical, ...
  • Cultures As Start Up Companies
    475 words
    When I see companies, I see different cultures. Each company has its unique culture, which probably represent almost everything about the company. The culture not only distinguishes a company from another company but also it sets values and norms that employees follow. Company's culture has everything to do with its success or failure. For example, Nantucket Nectars's founders, Tom First and Tom Scott, deliberately made things as informal as possible at the beginning. There were no hierarchy, no...
  • Ten Mergers And Acquisitions
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    Company mergers and the effect on employees and consumers. Context: . Employees. Management. Consumers Direction: . On-line research (On-line Magazines, News Groups). Human Resources Why the topic is important: . Mergers have affected our group, and it is a growing trend in the American businesses today. Relevant Terms: Merger A merger is achieved when a company purchases the property of another firm, thus absorbing them into one corporate structure that retains its original identity. Consumer C...
  • Keiretsu Investments Nissan Management
    990 words
    In 1999, the Nissan was suffering under a decade of decline and unprofitability, in fact the company was on the verge of bankruptcy, with continuous loses for the past eight years resulting in debts of approx. $22 billion. Elements impacting Nissan's performance prior to the global alliance with Renault Internal factors: Emphasis on short-term market share growth instead of a long term success strategy; Advanced engineering and technology, plant productivity, quality management. However, less at...
  • Merging Company's Culture
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    Focusing on past mergers that were unsuccessful, we will investigate the major cultural issues these companies faced that were the biggest obstacles jeopardizing their success. We will then be able to identify which cultural issues are most important for mergers of the future to succeed. The second part of our paper will talk about virtual conferencing, and the large position it will play in tomorrow's teams. Bringing this together, our discussion will focus on the positive and negative effects ...
  • Corporate Culture Of A Company
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    Recently a new phrase called the "Corporate Culture" has evolved and come to the forefront of the minds of many management teams when discussing marketing, research, organizing, and progress for their respected companies. The dictionary defines culture as "the act of developing intellectual and moral faculties, especially through education". Companies further define culture as "the moral, social, and behavioral norms of an organization based on the beliefs, attitudes, and priorities of its membe...
  • Sportasia's Customer Orientation Culture
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    Sportasia Ltd: A Community Company 1 Sportasia's Company Culture Peter Beeby and Richard Jones started to build Sportasia's culture from the very beginning of the company. But unlike many other founders, they did not let it just happen, hoping that all would develop in their sense, but started influencing the culture by various measurements. Based on written 'Community Pillars', the active conversion of these into practice is the real difference to other companies, where similar objectives remai...

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