Is some decision making decentralized and delegated to individual managers?
CLA2 requires to analyze the Learning objectives of this course for the last seven weeks.
Please make sure to provide the detailed explanations and arguments by answering the
following questions. Your argument(s) must be justified by providing the eight (8) peer-
reviewed sources as a support.
● How would you describe the organization of your company’s top management team?
● Is some decision making decentralized and delegated to individual managers? If so,
explain how the decentralization works. Or are decisions made more by consensus,
with all co-managers having input?
● What do you see as the advantages and disadvantages of the decision-making
approach your company is employing?
● What theories of motivation are employed by the company?
This is a paper( 5 pages), need 8 references. Also need to choose a company (for example Google, Apple Ikea and etc) to discuss.
Organizational Structure and Top Management Team
I will discuss how the company is organized and how information flows throughout the company. In fact, the company’s management structure and delegation of workflows serves as the company’s operations and serves as a main driver for the company’s competitive advantage.
Decentralized Management vs Micromanagement
In this section I will discuss some of the key advantages and disadvantages of these strategic approaches. Also, will give some of the examples from Lululemon’s operations that involves a lot of inputs from various departments within the company. In fact, having the right approach, which depends on the industry structure and the company’s culture, is key to the company’s success
In order to better understand the industry attractiveness and the company’s profitability, it is important to understand its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. In fact, as the novel COVID-19 pandemic has affected the world, the retail industry has been transforming a lot. Thus, it is important to reevaluate these aspects from time to time in order to keep up with new competition and external driving factors.