Impressive Knowledge About Management

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People Management
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................11.1...........................................................................................................................................11.2...........................................................................................................................................2TASK 2............................................................................................................................................32.1...........................................................................................................................................32.2...........................................................................................................................................4TASK 3............................................................................................................................................53.1...........................................................................................................................................53.2...........................................................................................................................................63.3...........................................................................................................................................63.4...........................................................................................................................................73.5...........................................................................................................................................8TASK 4............................................................................................................................................84.1...........................................................................................................................................84.2...........................................................................................................................................94.3...........................................................................................................................................9TASK 5............................................................................................................................................95.1...........................................................................................................................................95.2.........................................................................................................................................105.3.........................................................................................................................................10CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................11REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................12
INTRODUCTIONPeople management is similar to human resource management as it also deals withrecruitment, selection, analysis and supporting employees at workplace so that they caneffectively attain predefined goals and outcomes (Managing people, 2016). Further, peoplemanagement is a systematic process of managing individuals in order to attain desired resultwith optimum utilisation of resources. In this context, present report has been prepared which discusses organisationalculture and structure under which employee’s practices and activities being influenced. Inaddition to this, various management and leadership style with respect of Mark & Spenceralso discussed in it. The main objective of this report is to develop an impressive knowledgeabout management of people who works within an organisation. Hence, evaluation of varioustheory of motivation is included in it to acknowledge is relevance on higher productivity forcited venture. Moreover, benefit of training and development for individual growth is alsostudied in this project.TASK 11.1Organisation structure reflects the hierarchy and various practices within organizationsuch as delegation of authority, task distribution, coordination and supervision. It is a well-defined system which helps in accomplishing varied goals of business units. As per thisconcept, there are various types of structure which a company can adopt. These are discussedunderneath: Hierarchical- Hierarchical organisation structure is a top down pyramid system underwhich responsibilities and rights are concentrated on the top of the pyramid anddecisions flow from top to down (Beadles and et.al., 2015). As per this structure, thepower is only in one person hand that is CEO/Director and others need to follow theirdecision. This concept promotes developing employees as specialists. Individuals arepositively influenced because authority and responsibility are clear and well definedso there is less number of complexities. Through this structure, employees have cleardivision of work and they focuses on their own responsibility so there has nocomplexities at workplace. Functional - As per functional structure, business has low management layers andchain of command is very short. Employees are beneficial by this concept because1
there are better communication and relationship between various roles as they canshare their views and idea with others at workplace (Bhasin, 2015).Matrix- In this structure, there are multiple reporting line where employees have morethan one supervisor. It is a combination of functional and divisional structure.Employees may positively influence because, it can lead to an efficient exchange ofinformation (Buxton, Burns and De Muth, 2012). Department are closely worktogether and communicate their issues with each other.Market and Geographical structure- As per this structure, employee dividesaccording to geographical divisions. Each division carries out various businessfunctions such as finance, marketing, and production etc. Individuals are affectedpositively because they have an opportunities to perform in different location and roleso as they are more motivated to perform various task (Gao and et.al., 2015).1.2 Organisation culture is a well defined system of assumptions, beliefs, values, thoughtsand principles which govern performance of employees and their behaviour at workplacewith other (Gibbs, 2012). Every business enterprise has its own unique culture which impliesthat how people should act, dress and performs their work practices within business unit.Mark & Spencer have adopted well and effective organisation culture under which guidelinesand boundaries for behaviour of each employee are addressed. There is various kind oforganisation structure which discusses below-Figure 1: Types of culture(Source: Grohmann and Kauffeld, 2013)Task culture- Under this culture, team is formed to address specific progress andproblems. There is no single power source and team may establish for specificobjectives. Employees has responsibility to address specific problem so they are moreconscious about their work.2

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