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Organizational change in the workplace is the natural part of any business development. Those changes can include implementing new technologies, workplace culture, or crises. For instance, the last point is relevant to what we saw during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Workplace changes are usually of two types: adaptive and transformational. Adaptive changes are relatively small modifications that a company goes through while developing. Transformational changes are greater in scope and scale. They involve radical transformations in the processes of the company. Transformational changes usually result from external forces affecting the company.
As adaptive and transformational changes have some part of uncertainty and possibility of failure, they can be stressful for employers and employees. Are there ways to adapt to the changes smoothly and cope with the anxiety coming from those changes?
One of the greatest challenges faced in transitioning to remote work is team management. The traditional office management practices and the possibility to have a short meeting at almost any time have evaporated. To successfully manage your team to be the best it can be, you must adapt as a remote manager.
Most organizations, public or private, understand the importance of external strategic communication with customers and/or stakeholders. Marketing and communication specialists dedicate themselves to make plans for external communication. It is clear that developing long-term strategic plans can guide the decision-making process. However, fewer organizations have addressed INTERNAL communication in the same way.
As 2020 was an unpredictable year, in 2021, we have to customize our decision making and be flexible in order to reshape our future plans, either as business managers, entrepreneurs, or freelancers. So, through this article, you will discover the Top Digital Marketing Trends to adopt in 2021 with an ambition to develop a long-term brand culture.
While the use of Information Technology (IT) in driving business results in a transformational approach to managing business and organisations (a departure from the traditional functional approach), new perspectives of the role of IT in digital business strategy are emerging (Woodard et al., 2013).
Piccoli and Ives (2005), emphasise the efficiency of IT role in facilitating digital transformation from a digital strategy perspective. A digital strategy is a part of an overall business strategy. Digital strategy aims to improve the organisational and business processes through the use of technology. Most importantly, it helps to make a difference and improve overall business success and performance (Woodard et al., 2013).
Key performance indicators (KPIs) are defined as information by which the functional quality of institutions or systems may be measured and evaluated (Rowe and Lievesley, 2002).
Mainly private organisations use KPIs at multiple levels to evaluate business processes, departments, and employee performance in achieving set organisational and business objectives.
KPIs are being increasingly utilised not only by the private organisations but also by schools and school districts. The reason behind the increase in utilisation of KPIs is an increase in the interest of the government at various levels to ensure efficient and effective utilisation of resources for the evaluation of student learning outcomes and employee satisfaction. The main objective of the government is to improve the overall educational quality of higher institutions (Zakaria et al., 2011).
Brand management – management of goods and consumers. The principle of brand management is in the separation of individual brands into independent marketing objects. Moreover, it has become a common tool for promoting products to the consumer market. Brand management is becoming a consumers management. In that case, you should carry out with high social responsibility, with a focus on the market:
Usually, people think about managing a reputation when they have negative reactions to the company. When the company wants to improve the level of service – it uses different platforms for communication with the audience. It’s better to take care of the reputation from the beginning than to shovel out the negative in the future.
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