Posts Tagged ‘Business Organizations’
Against the scenery of the worldwide recession that consumed the financial services market over the past few years, there is still some light arising from these dark times for the industry. The good news is that this year’s financial stature looks a promising and profitable one. For investment institutions in particular, this year brings about a plethora of opportunities.
Despite the devastating effects and impact of the global recession that still reverberates throughout business organizations, conservative measures to reexamine and remodel business principles and operations have been given life with an improved concentration on product and service innovation and heightened automation for buy side firms. To be able to introduce development and stability, buy side firms now recognize the need to assess their capacities of mitigating potential dangers, compliance with periodic reforms and bypassing the techniques that skyrocketed the recession. Read the rest of this entry »
On the different aspects of consumer and employee needs that are included within the psychology of business.
The modern world is dominated by global businesses and corporate houses and any stout scale enterprise requires a systematic concept of employee and consumer demands, both material and non-material. The performance of business organizations depends on the performance of employees and the needs and expectations of the consumers, and so the ‘human’ factor is central to the success of any business. In fresh years, say from the last allotment of the 20th century, there have been several changes in our idea of human nature as it relates to work and performance in organizations and the remarkable focus in now on communication, leadership skills, and employee satisfaction. All these factors are celebrated in enhancing the overall performance of any business organization.
The psychology of business is thus primarily the psychology of employees and the psychology of consumers and it’s the organization that is responsible for maintaining the balance between consumer demands and employee demands. Read the rest of this entry »
Businesses all over the world have changed during the last decade or so. With the advent of internet and the development of some incredible software products, the world has changed into a astronomical shopping complex. It is no longer possible to hurry a business organization in isolation.
Acquisitions and mergers are the order of the day in business community. Even old business rivals are joining hands through mergers and acquisitions to accumulate their business to original horizons in this hasty changing business scenario. The current news about Microsoft’s attempts to remove one of its main competitors Yahoo is an beneficial example of this kind of business expansion. Read the rest of this entry »