Effective organizations today must constantly strive to close the gap between strategy and execution in order to ensure that the company meets the needs of customers, shareholders, employees, etc. and contributes to the long-term success of the company.
Write a 1,400- to 1,450-word paper that describes the Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) Process and the benefits of EPM, including the following points:
Compare and contrast differences between running a business and managing a business
re set up it wrong. Having work meetings should be in an office and should be set up in a professional environment. Including alcohol, games, and food does not give employees and managers a sense of professionalism or a centralized focus of the tasks that need to be done. By having such a laid back meeting environment, it tries to make up for the lack of affiliation and esteem needs within the workplace. 3) Why do you advance these recommendations in particular? The reason why I suggest these recommendations is because, given the classical approach, it was obvious that when going to a new company, you will learn new and different tasks from previous tasks learned at a different company. In order to provide the best work in a business, assertiveness, planning, and arrangement should be given to employees to help them stay on track of the tasks they need to get done. In my opinion, when I am working, I enjoy when there are directions given to me. Without any directions from my managers, I would not know what tasks are to be performed and would be slacking for the rest of the day. With the assertiveness from my managers and a plan for the day, it allows me to help keep the company on track, and set goals for myself that I want to accomplish during my time working for the company. Forming a structure within a workplace is a huge goal that should be met and discussed among managers to keep their employees on track. When there is structure, there is a balance not only within the managers, but that balance reflects upon employees and so forth. An example from the human resources approach, suggested that managers show more empathy and affiliation towards employees (Miller, 2015). Rather than having an unfriendly>GET ANSWER