The paper "Organisation Culture Analysis: EIT Auckland" is a great example of a marketing case study. The focus of this report is to examine the organisational culture as it is practised in EIT Auckland. The report has successfully analysed such important aspects as the communication & value, socialisation aspect, training & development and, also accessibility of information/ support as it pertains to the institution as a whole. From the report, we can learn that the institution practices distinctive socialisation aspect through organising events for students and even make sure to engage all student population by subsidising their costs.
In terms of accessibility of information, we can note that the facility has ensured to make the online registration process easier while also making sure that pertinent information is accessed through notice boards. For the case of training & development, each faculty is positioned fairly to provide useful skills for preparing for interviews as well as resume-writing skills. In terms of communication, the facility has made important strides, however; it is recommended that it embraces modern forms of communication like social media applications like Facebook and Twitter, which can all be used at the same time to foster communication growth. Introduction On 13th October I conducted an interview with the EIT International Human Resource Manager to get an insight on the manner for which operations were being conducted within the business.
The interview specifically was directed towards exploration of EIT Auckland business environment in relation to its organisation culture. Eastern Institute of Technology Auckland was established in 1996 and is currently, situated in Queens Street. The education institution offers such academic programs as graduate and post-graduate diploma we well as Master programs.
It is important to note that EIT is a partly government-owned tertiary educational facility with three other institutions; Bay, Auckland as well as Gisborne in New Zealand. The faculties within this institute include; The faculties of humanities, education and health sciences. The facility mostly serves international students with more than 400 international students being offered the opportunity to study within each academic year that arrives from more than 40 different countries across the globe. The focus of this report rests with the examination of organizational culture within the learning institution and thereafter, provides necessary findings on the different aspects raised within the surveys and interview conducted. Organisational culture is deemed to be an important facet in any entity because it facilitates different improvement mechanisms like economic performance.
It helps an organisation come up with effective strategies that focus on the need for change and flexibility as well as and thus, it is attributed with distinctive creative problem solving and risk-taking mechanism (Khosla, 2015). It can either be used to promote or inhibit institutional-based transformations depending on if the underlying cultural frameworks have been matched with the objectives of the proposed changes (Khosla, 2015). The institution can adopt an organisation culture model because it fosters structural stability elements for its operations.
Through this element, EIT Auckland can achieve the concept of group identity, which helps to avail a distinctive meaning and predictability of all relationships created within the institution at any given moment in time.
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