How to Integrate SWOT and QFD in an Organization

Introduction SWOT is an acronym for Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities and Threats. Strengths and Weaknesses are internal while Opportunities and Threats are external attributes of an organizational environment (Ghazinoory et al., 2011). QFD stands for Quality Function Deployment, a strategic management technique for transforming the consumer needs into quality design products. There are four houses of […]

Stratified Custom Manufacturing

The case presented is an example of the problems of information security management. This problem affects a substantial number of companies. In the case, SCM is facing a lawsuit because of failing to take responsibility in safeguarding its information security network. A partner company takes advantage of the interconnected security network belonging to SCM in […]

Sustainability Management

Change management and leadership principles Change management is an ongoing process in an organization. It results from the dynamic nature of business environment. Managing change is often challenging for top managers. Use of efficient change management and leadership principles make change management successful. First, the management needs to embrace system thinking in an organization. Besides, […]

Strategic Change Management

Executive Summary Strategic Change Management has become a strategic role of leaders in various organizations. Various business organizations have come to appreciate the need for change and have designed various methods and approaches of managing change. It has downed on the management that the market competition requires leaders to embrace change and ensure that they […]

Impact of Politics Science on Both MBA Students and Program Provider Value

Introduction Business administrators are currently facing numerous challenges in their efforts to manage business operations. Most of these challenges emanate from the ever-changing government policies, changes in values and interests of various business stakeholders, globalisation, and secularisation. As organisations continue to open branches in foreign countries, they have to hire administrators with skills in addressing […]

The HRM Department

Introduction Globalisation, technological innovation, expansion of multinational firms, demographic shift in labour market, capital, and increased global competition among firms are phenomena that have transformed HRM practices and policies. These factors become complex to multinational firms as they consider other factors related to local and country context. Thus, the focus shifts to cultural variables, labour […]