Organizing Function of Management at Milwaukee
An evaluation of the organizing function of management as it relates to technology and human resources at Milwaukee Electric Tool Company.
# 106994 | 972 words | 4 sources | APA | 2008 |
Published on Aug 18, 2008 in Business (General) , Business (Companies) , Business (Human Resources) , Business (Management)
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This paper evaluates the commitment of the organizational management of the writer's company, Milwaukee Electric Tool Company, to optimizing technology resources for effectiveness and efficiency, and to maximizing organizing functions within the company. The writer believes that while Milwaukee is on the cutting edge of technology, there is room for improvement in the human resources department, for example, in stress management, preventive management, and training. The writer provides suggestions for human resources to work with operations managers and team members to ensure that corporate strategic objectives and goals align with goals and strategies for employee growth and empowerment.
Overview of Organization
Overview of Organization
From the Paper:"The organizational management team consistently works to promote practices encouraging group learning and teamwork, with team leaders appointed to oversee all operations related to manufacturing and technology, to ensure all team members are well aware of organizational standards and product specifications that must be maintained to keep the company's certifications up-to-date. In doing so Milwaukee is and will likely remain to be a global leader in small electrical tool manufacturing and distribution."
Sample of Sources Used:
- Greenburg, J. (2003). Organizational behavior: The state of science. Mahwah: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
- Milwaukee Electric Tool Company. (2007). "History." Accessed 11, May, 2007: http://www.mil-electric-tool.com/us
- Milwaukee Electric Tool Company. (2005). "History and Review." Accessed 11, May, 2007: http://www.mil-electric-tool.com/us/en/about.nsf/vwFiles/milwaukee-story/$FILE/MET_History2005.pdf
- Stankard, M.F. (2002). Management systems and organizational performance: The quest for excellence beyond ISO9000. Westport: Quorum Books.
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