Theories of leadership

Leadership Theories Student’s name Institution Leadership Theories All organizations require structured and defined leadership system. Without leadership, nothing significant can happen in a group. Different people in leadership positions exhibit and demonstrate distinct styles. The styles sometimes depend on training, organizational culture, or personality. Due to the observed differences, various scholars gained interest in research and expressed their thoughts about leadership criteria through theories. The Contingency theory is one of the most crucial and influential explanations of leadership. The Contingency theory is in three major parts developed by different people. Among the...

Unique Features of E-commerce Technology

Unique Features of E-commerce Technology Name: Institution: Unique Features of E-commerce Technology Introduction Since the inception of the internet, the amount of users has increased hence boosting E-commerce technology. This growth is because the internet is available almost everywhere, in buses, homes, airplanes, etc., at a low price or for free. This characteristic makes it an effective tool for businesses to trade globally. E-commerce is the buying and selling or data and fund transfers through an electronic network, the internet, also referred to as electronic commerce. These transactions occur either between businesses and consumers, business-to-business, consumer and firms, and...

Unit

562 Unit 1 Student’s Name Institution 562 Unit 1 Sustainability is a practice through which a business enterprise manages its environmental, economic and social threats. Sustainability helps a business to endure shocks and become resilient by maintaining a healthy social, economic and environmental approach. In some cases, however, business and sustainability do not rhyme together. These businesses view sustainability as a hindrance as it reduces the business profits through the processes and systems adopted. Pressure is building up for businesses to adopt and merge sustainability with decent business practices. This paper will critically explain why sustainability is the future of...

Scenario Analysis

6-2 Scenario Analysis: Vacation Time Student’s Name University 6-2 Scenario Analysis: Vacation Time The factors that the vice-president should consider in determining the presence of employee burnout Employee burnout can occur in all organizations of various sizes. Sometimes in a large company, it can be difficult to recognize the signs unless it reaches a point where it affects the productivity of the company. The vice-president can look out for exhaustion complaints and take it seriously. An accumulation of stress in the workplace can make a person have a rough time at the end of the day. As explained by Cole, Walter, Bedeian and O’Boyle (2012), it could also show when an employee...

Shell Company

Name: Instructor:Course: Date: Shell Company Shell is a leading oil and gas company which has been in existence for more than a century. Despite its humble beginnings, the company has grown to become a global leader in the energy sector, thereby, opening its subsidiaries in different parts of the world. With the increasing concern on global warming, the company is diversifying its operations to explore new sources of energy that are sustainable. Question 1 Shell Company entered into an international business by forming a joint venture with Royal Dutch Petroleum Company. As a result, a new marketing logo was developed. The entrepreneur initiative made it possible for the company to market...

Part 2 Communication Announcement

Part 2: Communication Announcement Student’s Name Institution Affiliation Abstract The business acquisition deals are important in making the required changes in business, especially increasing market shares, employees’ productivity, and profitability. According to Cellier and Laine (2014), 80 percent of merger deals fail due to some factors. Among these factors, communication challenges top the list. Therefore, it is important to ensure that there are effective and engaging strategies for communication both to internal and external stakeholders. In this paper, the two kinds of stakeholders are considered, and important information such as the completion of merging transactions, the...

PepsiCo

Leadership at PepsiCo Name Tutor Institution Date Leadership at PepsiCo Overview The case study involves the evaluation of the leadership qualities and strategies employed by PepsiCo Chief Executive Officer, Mrs. Indra Nooyi. The advantages brought about by the leadership strategy in the company will also be identified. Finally, the study will identify the impact she and other female C.E.Os have on organizations. Discussion The commencement of Mrs. Nooyi’s tenure at PepsiCo was one of the best moments in the modern history of the company. The company has experienced tremendous growth due to her leadership style. She introduced a leadership style that incorporated communication. She...

Performing a Strategic Systems Analysis

Performing a Strategic Systems Analysis Name: Institution: Date: Authors Note: Performing a Strategic Systems Analysis Protocol A well-defined protocol is required for a successful systems analysis. Strategic analysis of business systems looks into operations and organizational strategies which are meant to achieve a competitive advantage. Business risks that threaten the success of the strategy are also identified. During the analysis, the systems expert obtains information on risk response and makes a judgment on the current position of the business. They identify external forces which threaten sustainability as well as alternatives for appropriate strategic positioning. An analysis...

Personal Experience on Ethical Dilemma Revised

Personal Experience on Ethical Dilemma Student’s Name Institution Personal Experience on Ethical Dilemma Ethical behavior is an important aspect of the business success and profitability. Having ethical behavior in business means to obey appropriate laws and regulations, being honest, competing fairly and putting own curiosity above those of your own business and its workers. Social responsibility is the tactic that a company uses in balancing its accountability toward various stakeholders when making social, ethical, legal and economic decisions (Skripak, 2016). Doing the right thing is a key motivator for a company to be socially responsible. Most customers consider price and quality when...

Personal Statement MBA Program

Student’s Name: Professor’s Name: Course Title: Date: A Personal Statement for an MBA Program A Ship in the Harbor is Usually Safe. But Ships are built to sail across Vast Waters I was brought up in a conservative family. My mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother were all married at a young age of 17 years. I knew well my life would follow a similar trend unless I took and made bold steps regarding education. Driven by the pressing urge to break this deep-seated social cycle of early marriages, I took my education seriously at the high school and college levels. I was lucky to be the first female in the family to graduate from college and later enrolled in a graduate program in the...