Management at a Company

2047 words 9 pages
Management at a Company

Rasheta Haynes

MGT500 Modern Management

Robert Miller

5/25/2015

Abstract

In this paper we will examine the management style of Google Inc. We will also evaluate two key changes in the selected company's management style from the company's inception to the current day. Indicate whether or not you believe the company is properly managed. As well as explain senior management's role in preparing the organization for its most recent change. Provide evidence of whether the transition was seamless or problematic from a management perspective. Also we will evaluate management's decision on its use of vendors and spokespersons. Indicate the organizational impact of these decisions. And we will look
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Established corporations should consider a variation on this startup model—create a bi-generational CEO team that integrates Gen Xers younger Gen Y with older Boomer managers. The benefits could be significant. They include a much deeper understanding of the values and aspirations of the youngest and largest demographic cohort in the U.S. (not to mention India, Brazil, etc.); better and quicker shifting of business practices to social media platforms; and faster evolution of internal corporate compensation, work organization, and promotion to "fit" Gen Y life. For example, the partner model of service companies doesn't work for most Gen Yers. The hierarchy that still exists in most businesses won't generate their best work. And the closed, centralized technology systems inside big corporations are anathema to the open source generation. (Nussbaum 2001)Everyone who is an important part of the team is open-minded and therefore accepting of new changes. Google is known as one of the most ground-breaking companies to date and innovation is an expectation from it. Senior management must be supportive of the company’s ventures or else it wouldn’t have made such huge progress over the past two decades. More importantly, senior management puts a lot of trust in their employees. Many are encouraged to do things how they see fit as long as it is productive; management doesn’t attempt to impose a single perspective on everyone else. Since the

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