Within your posts please make sure to discuss the four following management fundamentals;
- How does leadership PLAN for the future?
- How does the organization ORGANIZE their talent?
- How does management show LEADERSHIP SKILLS in providing goals to their talent?
- How does management attempt to CONTROL their employees? Is this done in a positive or negative context?
Businesses don’t become stupid and lose focus overnight. Becoming a large organization makes it too difficult to manage and you lose control and communication fails to happen. Money is wasted and quality slips. Toyota had more recalls in in recent years than they have ever had in their history. What causes this to happen? I say it’s predictable, as you grow you make the business a more complex entity.
Johnson & Johnson
Let’s see how one company stays “small” even while growing.
Is this a smart way to manage a business in 2018? What are your thoughts on how Johnson and Johnson runs a decentralized business and the impact on HR, job satisfaction, and performance?
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