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Organizational operations is a factor that helps organizations achieve optimal function. What is organizational operations
Weegy: Organizational operation is a factor that helps organizations achieve optimal function User: Why are the four external environmental factors and six internal environmental factors that help organizations achieve optimal function important to the success of a human service organization? (More)
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Why are the four external environmental factors and six internal environmental factors that help organizations achieve optimal function important to the success of a human service organization?
Weegy: The aim of organisations is to reach and achieve optimal function. They want to make the most out of their surroundings and current environments in order to them to do this. [ The four external environmental factors are the economy, the government, the legal aspects and the technological advances that are being made. Alternatively, there are also internal factors which need to be considered, and these are the employees, distributors, shareholders, suppliers, partners and labour supply. All contribute massively to helping organisations achieve optimal function. Firstly, and most importantly, is the economic side of things. This is extremely important for the organization. If there is an economic problem, the company could have difficulty succeeding and therefore would need to focus on adapting other aspects to make up for the loss of economic funding. The government can be the key to doing this, they control the political climates for countries which would make or break a business with regards to them agreeing or going against current political ideas. This also connects to the legal side of things. Current laws could prevent businesses and companies from doing certain things and producing certain goods. Also, technology is today becoming very important. It is breaking the boundaries with regards to what can and cannot be produced and made, thus giving organisations much more freedom. Finally, organisations achieve optimal function when they have the internal factors right. These rely solely on the company keeping control of the factors and making sure that they are all working to the requirements and standards of the company itself. ] (More)
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What are the differences between collectivism and individualism?
Weegy: Individualism is a belief that everyone needs to look after themselves and support themselves. Collectivism is a value or belief where you think of society first and what societies needs are. [ You make sacrifices for the benefit of society as a whole instead of thinking only of yourself. Read more: ] (More)
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What are two advantages and two disadvantages of collectivism and individualism?
Weegy: For Individualism advantages: Better human rights and democracy. Equal treatment to individual under the law and high levels of self-efficacy. [ Disadvantages: Individuals are vulnerable to feelings of alienation and narcissistic self-absorption which typically lead to over pursuing of narrow self-interest. Lower employee loyalty can lead to reluctance of investing in employee job skill training. For Collectivism Advantages Better social relationship within a family, group, or community. More harmony within a group setting that can reduce the stress level. Reduced levels of competition and insecurity. Disadvantages Less willing to break family ties may affect a child's self-esteem. Could produce extremist groups that treat people with disbelief harshly. ] (More)
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What are two advantages and two disadvantages of collectivism and individualism?
Weegy: Individualism. Advantages: Better human rights and democracy. Equal treatment to individual under the law and high levels of self-efficacy. Disadvantages: Individuals are vulnerable to feelings of alienation and narcissistic self-absorption [ which typically lead to over pursuing of narrow self-interest. Lower employee loyalty can lead to reluctance of investing in employee job skill training. Collectivism. Advantages: Better social relationship within a family, group, or community. More harmony within a group setting that can reduce the stress level. Reduced levels of competition and insecurity. Disadvantages: Less willing to break family ties may affect a child's self-esteem. Could produce extremist groups that treat people with disbelief harshly. ] (More)
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