T306A Managing Complexity A System Approach.

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Running Head:T306A Managing Complexity A System ApproachBUSINESS ETHICST306A Managing Complexity a System Approach
T306A Managing Complexity A System Approach (1)1Table of ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................1Answer 1..........................................................................................................................................1Answer 2..........................................................................................................................................8Answer 3..........................................................................................................................................9Answer 4........................................................................................................................................10Conclusion.....................................................................................................................................12References......................................................................................................................................13
T306A Managing Complexity A System Approach (1)2IntroductionIKEA is considered as an international brand famous for its latest and creative design of homedecorating goods. It was established during 1943, since then it has done amendable growth in itsdomestic market as well as in international market. Today, it is considered as the largest furnitureretailer organization in the whole world. In this assignment, we will study the case situation ofIKEA and give our own recommendations and analyze the different situations of theorganization. It is mainly established to provide the high quality and creative products at lowcosts to its target customers. It is dealing in more than 9,000 products, including accessories andfurniture goods. The mission of the organization determine the ways of working so thatpredetermined objectives can achieve in the desired manner. The organization has differentstores through which it provides its products to its global customers. Low prices of products areconsidered the main strength of the organization which enforces the organization to compete in achallenging environment of today. The vision of the organization is to enhance the livingstandards of citizens by providing them very creative, and designer goods and the organizationget success in accomplishing its vision. Quality and creativity of goods make it different from theothers.Answer 1The hard system approach is considered as a system that has a predetermine goal and objectives.It is beneficial in designing solutions that will help an organization in attaining its predeterminedobjectives. Hard system approach of IKEA is following:
T306A Managing Complexity A System Approach (1)3The situation of IKEA at different steps of the hard system approach is following:Problem definition: It is about giving an answer to the question "What is the opportunityand problem". The opportunity for the IKEA is that it has a brand which is recognizedeverywhere. Thus, the organization can think about expand its own business so that it canserve a large number of customers in a fixed time period. This will enhance the size ofthe organization and also enhance the level of profitability (Bricaud, 2012). And theproblem for the IKEA is that it becomes fails in offering a broad range of homedecorating products with good form and function at a low price. It mainly focuses onthree main dimensions good form, good function, and low price but not able to completethis objective in a desired manner. Most designers of the organization accept that theprincipal form of its products depends on their functions, but the others do not agree withthis statement. Thus, they face an unbalancing situation which reduces their performance
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