Determine the approaches of organizations, Business Management

1.) The different approaches to organizations are:

1.      INFORMATION SYSTEMS APPROACH

2.      SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONAL APPROACH

3.      CULTURAL APPROACH

4.      CRITICAL APPROACH

Information system approach means the communication between two different parties and the interaction levels between both of them. This basically happens in an organization to interact and discuss for the problems.

It means the dual approach and initiate which happens in an organization between two. The asking the act the response and the reaction then to conclude with its solutions basically deals the information systems approach.

Social organizational approach means that the individual who is new to the organization means the ways how he or she deals with the organization goals and it depends on the communication level and the interaction speed which is reliable and which is important and flexible and complete and true to knowledge.

Cultural Approach means the internal approach to the organization, the thought sharing the thought process the discussions and communication level depend if that is from top to bottom and bottom to top if the top level involves the bottom level. The culture depends on the communication and its ways of expressing the views whether the person is expressible in communicating or not whether the person is friendly or not.

Critical Approach means if the problem exists and if there is a criticality in the organization then how the person assists to the same and how they approach to the critical problems and find out the solutions.

 

7's models and its relevance:

It describes the framework by which the company operates and deals with the clients.

These include:

1.      Shared values

2.      Strategy

3.      Structure System

4.      Staff

5.      Style

6.      Skill

7.      System

Its relevance is:

Shared values matters on the personnel level goal and organizational level goal. It helps to enhance the goals and the competition. The understanding co-operation and the going ahead responsibilities is its relevance.

Strategy defines the objects and goals. It provides an additional value to the organization which should be simple clear specific unique and true to the company ad easily understandable.

Structure system defines the nature of the business. It can be of different types. The networking and the system's views and processes of work.

Staff means manpower and its relevance is the most important part in the organization as per the vacancy requirements skills knowledge ability and sense and the work divide to them.

Skill means the ability of the employees to complete the particular and the given task or job.

System defines the organization's ways and values which includes all the processes of the organization.

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