The International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) is an American multinational technology and consulting corporation, with headquarters in Armonk, New York, United States. IBM manufactures and markets computer hardware and software, and offers infrastructure, hosting and consulting services in areas ranging from mainframe computers to nanotechnology. In IBM employees typically undergo intensive training to ensure that they fulfill their roles and duties according to the standards of the organization. In addition, learning, motivation and growth pathways ensure that all IBM staff...
Project Management Book of Knowledge (PMBOK 5th Edition) defines a project as “a temporary endeavour undertaken to create a unique product or service” (Project Management Institute, 2008). Alternatively, a project can be thought of as a well-defined set of tasks that must all be completed in order to meet the project’s goals (Klastorin 2004) Mining companies face many challenges when it comes to defining project success criteria and project management practices. The project manager in the mining industry should have...
The consequences of the level of capability and level of effectiveness of employee enthusiasm of worker engagement. With respect to the level of capability, it shows that all signs are discreetly acceptable on current situation, worker acknowledgment open pass out on information, reasonable compensation and striking reward. The uppermost mean is on the sign on eye-catching reimbursement. It indicates that the association is rationally providing an eye-catching reimbursement and advantage to the staffs. Henceforth, the worker is already emphasized to...
Administrators unequivocally concur that this century requests more effectiveness and profitability than some other occasions ever. Organizations are endeavouring to expand their presentation. Administrators have been thinking about numerous difficulties to succeed putting their organization in front of contenders. To enable directors to oversee, various researchers, specialists and experts have been contributing their part demonstrating the most ideal ways they believe are helpful to supervisors. Among those proposed systems, ideas like Total Quality Management (TQM) and Business Process Reengineering (BPR)...
The study aims to do an extensive study on Emotional Intelligence (EI) and the impact of EI and its overall dimension on the Employee in Resin Manufacturing industry at Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Pune region. The study focus on overall dimension of EI of Employee in Resin Manufacturing industry. A sample size of 100 has been selected from Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Pune industrial region in order to carry out a Pilot study. Convenient sampling technique was used to collect...
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1. Gamification: Gamification has been around for many years. Around early 1900s companies offered free gifts with multiple purchases. But gamification gained the name near the start of 2000, around 2010. It’s been a growing part of modern business. In 2013 gamification was described as the “hottest business buzzword” (McCormick, 2013). “It’s not just a buzzword; the gamification market is forecast to be worth $5.5 billion annually by 2018, according to Markets and Markets”. Gamification is used in diverse contexts...
Abstract In our modern day and age everyone has heard of employee engagement in one way or another. As a HR professional I have been bombarded with numerous employee engagement platforms, survey providers and consultants. However up until recently there have been very minimal empirical studies that looked objectively at the possible connection between employee engagement and an organisation’s performance. In this literature review first, I looked at the brief history of engagement research. In the second part of this...
Money is considered to be a universal commodity that can be used as means of exchange for goods and services. It is a fact no one wants to work for free. Employees want to earn reasonable remuneration and rewards. Similarly, organizations wish their employees feel the value for money. This therefore, makes money to be among the most motivating factors to all. It is a part of the total incentive package of an organization. Salary is thought to be one...
ABSTRACT Employees who are engaged to their job and committed to their firm gives a better competitive advantages to the firm as well as higher productivity so it has become essential for the firm to retain their highly skilled employees. This research, study the practices followed in the firm to engage employees. The objective of the study was to find the factors of engagement, level of satisfaction, organizational inputs and to identify measures for the enhancement of employee engagement. A...
The constant changes and demands in businesses requires a fluid workforce which can adapt according to the changes. A challenge for the organisations is to engage, develop, and build loyalty among the employees to gain a competitive edge in today’s global marketplace (Taneja, Sewell 2015). An application of totalitarian management, unlike the previous decades, cannot be applied in current businesses as the managers require a two-way collaboration for decision making and delivering results (Markos & Sridevi 2010). This has led...