The Routledge Dictionary of Business Management by Statt D.A.

By Statt D.A.

David Statt offers an absolutely entire source for these desirous to learn about the realm of industrial administration. scholars and dealing pros alike can take pleasure in fast and obtainable definitions, and the huge cross-referencing approach permits readers broader entry to topic parts. This dictionary covers all of the themes, matters and phrases within the box, together with: enterprise economics, shopper behaviour, company process, monetary administration, human source administration, info expertise, administration accounting, advertising and marketing, organizational behaviour and paintings psychology.

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Both of these uses apply to an understanding of ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE. culture lag The continued use of outmoded ways of doing things even after the introduction of more effective means of attaining the particular goals of a society, or of an ORGANIZATION. A social curvilinear relationship 35 version of DECENTRING. See also PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE. culture shock The feelings of dislocation and bewilderment that people may experience when they come into contact with a different society or CULTURE. This can even apply to a move from one ORGANIZATION to another, where the job in question may be similar but the way of doing it very different; for example, in a move from the PUBLIC SECTOR to the PRIVATE SECTOR, or vice versa.

Compact Disk Read Only Memory A CD ROM is a computer disk which contains data that can only be read, but not altered, by the user. It is either sold to the customer or leased to subscribers. company town A town dominated by a single employer. Such towns are usually small, but there are exceptions. Washington DC is sometimes described as a company town, the ‘company’ in this case being the US government. company union An employer’s version of a TRADE UNION within a single ORGANIZATION. It does not have the independent STATUS or POWER to represent the employees in any INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS matters.

ACCOUNTING 34 creative conflict creative conflict A form of CONFLICT RESOLUTION suggested by the American social worker Mary Parker Follett in the early years of the twentieth century. It advocates that opposing views should not be fudged, compromised or avoided, but that a bold attempt be made to examine them with a view to integrating them and moving forward in a way that is in everyone’s interest. A very modern view in many ways. creativity The ABILITY to produce new ideas; for example, by using DIVERGENT THINKING or INSIGHT LEARNING.

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