The paper “ Samsung Management Essentials” is a comprehensive variant of the case study on management. Organization management can be defined as the practice of ensuring that people come together to share a common platform which will make them collaborate to achieve a given predefined goal (Robbins, et. al., 2016). Proper organization management oversees the optimal utilization of resources following a meticulous control and planning in the workplace. Effective management oversees that an organization becomes profitable in the long run (Robbins, et. al., 2016). The primary purpose of the report will be to assess some of the management essentials.
In doing this, the report will use Samsung as the case organization to cover in detail the purpose of an organization concerning its mission and profit orientation. Additionally, it will discuss the general environment and the factors incorporated in the organization environment, the corporate social responsibility and ethics of an organization, as well as the organizational culture of Samsung. 2.0 Purpose of an OrganizationThe organizational purpose describes the reason why the work that they are doing is considered to be important. Often, the employees of a given organization usually perceive the organizational purpose to be motivational and inspirational. 2.1 Purpose of SamsungThe purpose of Samsung is to develop and deliver high-quality services and products which improve the convenience of their customers as well as foster smarter lifestyles for them on a global level.
Samsung is committed to enhancing the global community through its continuous pursuit of value creation as well as groundbreaking innovations (Hollensbe et al. , 2014). 2.2 Mission of SamsungThe mission statement of Samsung Electronics is to be committed to inspiring their communities.
It will do this through leveraging the three primary strengths of Samsung which include ‘ Creative Solutions, ’ ‘ Innovative Products, ’ and ‘ New Technology’ -as well as to promote a new value for the core networks of Samsung which are Employees, Partners, and Industry (Jung, 2014).
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