Management of Moana - Assignment

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Running head:MANAGEMENTManagementName of studentName of UniversityAuthor noteTable of Contents
1MANAGEMENTIntroduction......................................................................................................................................3Task 1 Treaty of Waitangi and Bicultural Partnership....................................................................3Task 2 Integration of Bicultural partnership to business activities and resources...........................6Purpose.........................................................................................................................................6Body.............................................................................................................................................6Task 3 Impact of competitive forces and external environment......................................................8References......................................................................................................................................15
2MANAGEMENTIntroductionThe report is prepared to discuss about the formation of bicultural partnership due to theTreaty of Waitangi and how it has created a positive impact on the various areas of managementof business. The different strategies and assessment of competitive forces along with the externalenvironment monitoring will allow for managing sustainability in fishing and at the same time,foster growth and development in Moana New Zealand.Task 1 Treaty of Waitangi and Bicultural PartnershipPrinciple of bi-cultural partnershipThe principle of bi-cultural partnership is the Treaty journey where the young individualsare allowed to work for creating an Aotearoa New Zealand within which, the Maori and Pakeharecognize each other as the Treaty partners and the cultures are valued and respected to provideuseful contributions. The principle of bi-cultural partnership has allowed the partners involved inthe Treaty to respect each other’s culture, furthermore maintain the ethical values and culturalbeliefs to achieve the vision and manage the human rights during the Treaty of Waitangi in NewZealand (Orange, 2015).Embedded nature of bi-cultural partnership in the Treaty of WaitangiThe embedded nature of bi-cultural partnership in the Treaty of Waitangi allows formanaging the human rights and responsibilities properly and become responsible citizens byvaluing the different cultures. The bicultural foundations of partnership also enabled building amulticultural society where people can work as an unit, furthermore create a diversified
3MANAGEMENTenvironment. The people from different backgrounds and cultures are engaged to provide theiruseful skills and knowledge as well as contribute to the learning of students, iwi, whanau andbenefiting the society as a whole (Xuefei, 2018). The schools have learnt to share power, makedecisions and control their activities to make useful contribution to the education system.‘‘My view of the Treaty of Waitangi is, as it ever was, that it was the Magna Charta of theaborigines of New Zealand.’’-Henry WilliamsRecommendations of three strategies for business implementation to achieve bi-culturalpartnershipOne of the most suitable strategies for business implementation to achieve bi-culturalpartnership is the negotiations of Treaty of Waitangi with the partners of Treat such as the Maoriand non-Maori.The schools and educational institutions are being partnered with for establishing a senseof trust and understand the present realities and preferences of the students in Maori.The use of information technology is recommended to conduct a macro environmentanalysis and deliver the most suitable marketing strategies effectively.The educational initiatives could transform the entire society and at the same time,manage the basic human rights properly to achieve the strategic vision based on the principles ofequal partnership, protection and participation (Wepa, 2015).Two major advantages of such implementation
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