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Managing and Working Environment in New Zealand | Report

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Managing and Working Environment in New Zealand | Report

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TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1THE CRITICAL CHALLENGES FACING NEW ZEALAND’S CHIEF EXECUTIVES:IMPLICATIONS FOR MANAGEMENT SKILLS ......................................................................1CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................4REFERENCES .............................................................................................................................5
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INTRODUCTIONThe report is critically reviewing the information related to the managing and workingenvironment presently pursuing in New Zealand. In the report, it is stated that the managers,supervisors and chief-executive officers are highly responsible for building up effectiveenvironment for their employees in order to gain better results, thus, the study is providing thecaptious understanding about the same.Thesis statement: Managers, supervisors and chief-executive officers are highly responsible forbuilding up effective environment for their employees in order to gain better results. THE CRITICAL CHALLENGES FACING NEW ZEALAND’S CHIEFEXECUTIVES: IMPLICATIONS FOR MANAGEMENT SKILLS As per the viewpoint of Boxall and Purcell (2011) which explained that an organisationgenerally follows a hierarchical structure while conducting and executing a business activity.This helps them in overcoming the task in a desired manner and accomplish the set of objectivesproposed by the higher authorities. Similarly, the managers and chief-executives of organisationengaged in New Zealand are also liable to build up departmental wise hierarchical structure inorder to complete the work on specified time and achieve the proposed set of results. For this, itis necessary for them to identify, create and implement better action plan in order to construct aneffective and professional working environment. The process of edifying an efficient workingsituations and conditions in the management and business requires proper knowledge andunderstanding regarding the entire procedure. However, the study of McGuire (2014) argued thatmanagers and supervisors is determined as a link between the top and lower level managementand thus, they are only responsible for assigning the work and projects by formallycommunicating and interacting with the other staff members. The research added that the chief-executives and higher authorities are accountable for improvising and creating a professionaloperating environment for the business. According the stated article of Hutchinson and Boxall, (2014) which depicting about themanagement situations and conditions faced by the chief-executives and managers whilehandling and executing the business operations. The article is based on the organisation of NewZealand where the corporate world and related aspects has an immense source of opportunitiesfor gaining higher return and benefits from the market attempts and factors. It has been1
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