Organizational Trends Discussion
University of Phoenix
December 14, 2009
A high-performance workplace individual is focus on increasing and maintaining the performance of the business. This can pose an individual to know the how this can impact the processes, methods, physical environment, and even technology and the tools to make the workplacebetter. The organization has to have a decentralized structure, self-regulating work units. Individuals are planning and coordination done by different work teams that is within the company. He or she may show that he or she has several skills.
Most high-performance companies have set into place minimum rules. Developing a good
communication with employees can be a good approach. Department management does not have a command and control attitude with employees. Management allows employees to share their opinion openly. This allows departments to set up training that can focus on employee developments and allowing the employees to understand the business functions daily.
Traditional workplaces are internally focus. The company has a centralize way and has set rules that there is only one way of doing things. Only management does the planning and coordination. Traditional organization managers also can determine who or what an employee works on. In a traditional organization information is normally control by management and information given to employees on a need to know basis.
Given the fast-moving priorities of modern business practices, workplace stress is on the rise. Stress can affect people at work in different ways. Sometimes there may be one way of singling out or identifying stress management plans and programs would be simpler. Stress has an impact in making decisions, and this can be difficult. This can also allow him or her to second guess what decision has been made. Dynamic group can become disinterest in their work.
Management should have in place a...