Lecture 6 - Those Invested in Organizations
Lecture 6 - Those Invested in Organizations ORSC 1109
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Date Created: 02/08/16
Leslie Ogu ORSC 1109 02/03/2016 Those Invested in Organizations Stakeholders (fits in open systems theory discussed last class) ● organizations are not a closed system ● anyone who has an interest in the organization’s performance ● Categorize ○ Inside Stakeholders the people in the org ■ HighLevel Leaders provide direction for the org ■ Management everyone who isn’t a CEO and not a superior; middle management ■ Supervisors those not looking to move up; interest lies in job stability ■ Employees these people do the work and get rewards with pay and benefits ● They may get promoted but most of them stay at the entry level ○ Outside Stakeholders people who work in an open systems view ■ Customers contribute something to the orgs, so they have interests ■ Suppliers people who contribute the supplies have interests to their customers ■ Government make regulations so they also have interest in orgs ■ Unions people at orgs create unions, so they are interested in orgs ● Can potentially shut down industries; can be powerful ■ Community the area around an org can have an impact on it Organization Effectiveness (under an open system model) no defined way ● Goal attainment ● Efficiency ● Profitable ● Impact or change responsibility of the org ● Survival ● Who is asking? depending on who you talk to inside or outside the org, effectiveness can be different Org Types – type impacts effectiveness
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