(solved) Management of Moana

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Running head:MANAGEMENTManagementName of studentName of UniversityAuthor note
1MANAGEMENTTable of ContentsTask 1 Organizational performance.................................................................................................31.1 Five external environmental factors associated with the creation of a positive impact on theMoana New Zealand business system.........................................................................................31.2 Identification and analysis of the two ethical and two social responsibility factors that areessential for the manager to make effective business decisions..................................................41.3 Proposing a strategy that is used to develop strategic relationship with the internalstakeholders during changes in the organization’s operational procedures.................................61.4 Proposing a strategy that is used to develop strategic relationship with the externalstakeholders during changes in the organization’s operational procedures.................................7Task 2 Application of analytical techniques and models................................................................82.1 Identification of two major sets of internal and two sets of external stakeholders of MoanaNew Zealand................................................................................................................................82.2 Evaluating the various techniques to conduct the stakeholder analysis and manage betterinteraction with the stakeholders..................................................................................................92.3 After performing the stakeholder analysis, outlining five major effective approachesrequired to consult with the stakeholders to remain strategic....................................................10Task 3 Personal professional development model for employee engagement..............................113.1 Outlining the 3 motivational models for engaging the employees and increasingproductivity................................................................................................................................113.2 Testing one of these above mentioned models and obtaining feedbacks and responses ofthe peer group members.............................................................................................................12References......................................................................................................................................14
2MANAGEMENTTask 1 Organizational performance1.1 Five external environmental factors associated with the creation of a positive impact onthe Moana New Zealand business systemMoana in New Zealand is one of the largest Maori owned Fisheries Company that isspecialized in fishing and harvesting from the coastal waters of New Zealand, Aotearoa. Afterthe Treaty of Waitangi was signed by the British Crown representatives and Maori chefs fromthe North Island of New Zealand, the political relations have been stable and it is of majorimportance for creating positive relationships between the Government of New Zealand andpopulation in Maori. The external environmental factors include social, economic, aesthetics andcultural factors that contribute to the management of physical environment as well as ensuresthat the business systems function properly. The political stability and maintenance of goodrelations between the New Zealand Government and population of Maori is considered as amajor external factor associated with the creation of positive impact on the business systems ofMaori, New Zealand (Schaper et al., 2014). The Treaty has helped in allowing the British settlersand people in Maori to stay together in the area of New Zealand, furthermore agree to a commonset of laws, agreements, rules and regulations. With the presence of immense scopes for fishingand harvesting, Moana in New Zealand still possesses a good fisheries management with theQuota Management system or QMS (moana.co.nz, 2018). Moana has implemented the fisherieslegal framework and managed the fisheries settlements properly for improving the health ofmarine ecosystems too.
3MANAGEMENTOne of the environmental factors is the coastal waters of New Zealand that stretch up tomore than 1200 marine farms and it includes freshwater farms and spat catching areas. Socialfactors include the adoption of aquaculture activity that has been considered by many corporatebodies to diversify into aquaculture. The growth of aquaculture has further enabled the fisheriescompany to improve the business systems and bring sustainability within the coastal marineenvironment with ease and effectiveness. The research and development activities have alsoincreased the production level and delivered value for money products and services to the peoplein the area and also in the adjacent locations all over New Zealand (Burns & Dewhurst, 2016).The place is known for its rich fishing culture, which has created convenience in harvestingfishes and deliver those to various places by respecting the cultures. After the signing of theTreaty, people have worked in partnership and set apart their political and cultural differences,which has favored the management of fisheries and this resulted in increased sales and higherrevenue generation too.1.2 Identification and analysis of the two ethical and two social responsibility factors thatare essential for the manager to make effective business decisionsBusiness ethics management and corporate social responsibilities are integral part of thebusiness. While the management of business ethics and values are concerned with themanagement of successful business functioning, the corporate social responsibility allows forbecoming socially responsible and ensuring that the community is benefited. Moana in NewZealand has not only managed the harvesting and fishing activities, but also has opened newscopes and opportunities of employment for the people living there (Kerzner & Kerzner, 2017).The management of business values and ethics can not only help in maintaining an appropriateculture, but will also facilitate ethical decision making along with becoming socially responsible
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