Organizational Culture and Change in Selected Business

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THE DEVELOPMENTMANAGER
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................11.1 Different management styles.................................................................................................11.2 Discuss leadership characteristics.........................................................................................31.3 Evaluate communication processes in selected businesses...................................................41.4 Analyse organizational culture and change in selected business.........................................5TASK 2............................................................................................................................................62.1 Assess own management skills performance........................................................................62.2 Analyse personal strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.....................................82.3 Set and prioritise objectives and targets to develop own potential.....................................10TASK 3..........................................................................................................................................113.1 Lead and motivate a team to achieve an agreed goal or objective....................................113.2 Justify managerial decisions made to support achievement of agreed goal or objective andrecommendations for improvements.........................................................................................12TASK 4..........................................................................................................................................134.1 Managerial and personal skills ...........................................................................................134.2 Review career and personal development needs, current performance and future needs toproduce development plan........................................................................................................14CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................15REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................16
INTRODUCTIONOrganization management has become one of the major critical issues nowadays. Therole of developing manager has thus become very stressful since they have to fulfil theexpectations of many people working with him to get recognition (Su, 2015). Thomas Cook- atravel based organization is taken into account for present report and is listed on Stock Exchangefor London. It was started on 19 June 2007 by merger of Thomas Cook AG who was thesuccessor of Thomas Cook & Son and My Travel Group plc.Current assignment will throw light upon different tasks including different types ofmanagement and leadership skills and also analyse strengths, weaknesses, threats as well as othermotivational, managerial, personal skills which will lead to career development. It focuses on theobjective of setting targets and how one will be leading this team to achieve success for theorganization.TASK 11.1 Different management stylesTravel industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. In this industry, travelagents act as suppliers who sell travel services and products (Fraser-Arnott, 2014). TUI andThomas Cook are the two major organizations in this industry. Both organizations operate ondifferent management styles.Underneath are the different management styles of TUI and Thomas Cook:DifferencesTUIThomas CookManagement styleTUI adoptsActivemanagement style which isused to manage their fundportfolio by the manager.Sometimes in complexsituations, cited organizationalso uses Contingencyapproach in which managerThomas Cook uses Coercivemanagement style, in thisstyle the manager takes chargeand does not consider anyopinion from others.1
behaves differently accordingto the situations. Manager's TaskIn this, managers purchase theundervalued stocks to utilizeinefficiencies of market.In this, managers give strictcommands to their employees.StressManagers encourage theiremployees to do work.Employees are forced toperform well by their higherauthorities.RestrictionsThere are no any restrictionsfor employees to do a specifictask.Rules and regulations of theorganization must be strictlyfollowed.FreedomEmployees can work freelyand happily There is no freedom foremployees.EnvironmentEmployees can easily work infree environment without anykind of pressureEmployees have to work underhigh pressure.Moral supportManagers motivate theemployees to give quality ofservices to their guests.Employees get de-motivateddue to extreme high pressure.Time periodEmployees are satisfied andremains attached to the citedfirm for the longer period.Many employees leave theirjob due to high pressure.EmergencyDuring crises, contingencyapproach is used by themanager in which they behavedifferently as they cannot actnormal in crises.During occurrence of crisesthis management style helpsthe manager to improvesituation of the organization.PerformanceManager controls the negativebehaviour of worker to achievebetter performance of worker.To improve the performance ofemployees, discipline andthreats are used.Skill developmentSkill of employees isIt plays an important role in2

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