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An Introduction to Vision, Mission and Values

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This is a learning activity to introduce the concepts of vision, mission and values, both in an organisational and personal context. It will explore the differences between vision, mission and values, whilst acknowledging their mutually dependent nature. There will be the opportunity to analyse examples of organisations' statements. The values underpinning mission and vision statements will also be examined with an exploration of differences between profit making and non-profit making organisations. There will be consideration given to personal values and their role in shaping the individual and their employment choices. The concept of personal mission statements (often contained in CVs) will also be developed.

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vision mission values | vision statements | non profit organisations | profit organisations | employment choices | business | management | organisations | ukoer | employability | work learning | administrative studies | N000

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Training and Development: Unit 1

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This learning unit discusses training within organisations and how knowledge of occupational psychology can contribute to this. Expertise in occupational psychology may be employed in different situations. Practitioners applying this expertise will have to work differently with respect to training in order to adapt to the requirements of their employment. Working out how to do this is something that each practitioner needs to address for themselves when they undertake work and whenever they change employment. There is no standard methodology for training that companies endorse that must be followed, although all good training is guided by principles and good practice that have evolved over time and in accordance with research findings. Above all, it is necessary to learn to think for yours

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ukoer training within organisations occupational psychology training organisations | Subjects allied to medicine | B000

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Understanding Employer Organisations

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The scenario is that the apprentice is asked to produce a report on a business by their manager. Research and report writing skills are important in business. Guidance on writing business reports, tips on writing English for business, video animations on key business topics covered by unit A/506/1964, a discussion prompt for use in online forums and a self marking quiz, with feedback on every question, are contained within the module. The module uses a guided discovery approach. This is a resource to support level 2 Business Administration apprentices to evidence the unit (A/506/1964) on Understanding Employer Organisations. It has been developed to enable apprentices to develop their research and report writing skills.

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apprentice | understanding employer organisations | business administration | employer organisations | ILRforSkills | apprenticeship | A5061964 | BUSINESS / MANAGEMENT / OFFICE STUDIES | A

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Strategic Planning

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Community Organisations By Distance Learning which is delivered from the University of Leicester's Institute of Lifelong Learning. Module 8 is about Strategic Planning which can sometimes sound very theoretical. It can also seem a near-impossible concept to voluntary organisations with short-term funding, and uncertain futures.

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community organisations managing voluntary community organisations strategic planning strategic planning | Social studies | L000

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Understanding Employer Organisations

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The scenario is that the apprentice is asked to produce a report on a business by their manager. Research and report writing skills are important in business. Guidance on writing business reports, tips on writing English for business, video animations on key business topics covered by unit A/506/1964, a discussion prompt for use in online forums and a self marking quiz, with feedback on every question, are contained within the module. The module uses a guided discovery approach. This is a resource to support level 2 Business Administration apprentices to evidence the unit (A/506/1964) on Understanding Employer Organisations. It has been developed to enable apprentices to develop their research and report writing skills.

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apprentice | understanding employer organisations | business administration | employer organisations | ILRforSkills | apprenticeship | A5061964 | BUSINESS / MANAGEMENT / OFFICE STUDIES | A

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The concept of innovation The concept of innovation

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Just what is innovation? This free course examines the issues surrounding the concept of innovation. What is the difference between innovation and invention? How are organisations affected by innovation: are all of the outcomes positive? You will learn how to analyse this concept and its impact on resources, capabilities and competencies. First published on Tue, 12 Jul 2011 as The concept of innovation. To find out more visit The Open University's Openlearn website. Creative-Commons 2011 Just what is innovation? This free course examines the issues surrounding the concept of innovation. What is the difference between innovation and invention? How are organisations affected by innovation: are all of the outcomes positive? You will learn how to analyse this concept and its impact on resources, capabilities and competencies. First published on Tue, 12 Jul 2011 as The concept of innovation. To find out more visit The Open University's Openlearn website. Creative-Commons 2011

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Technology Management | Technology Management | innovation | innovation | life cycle of stars | life cycle of stars | crab nebula | crab nebula | process | process | organisations | organisations | B202_2 | B202_2

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Posters and restrictions! Posters and restrictions!

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bills | bills | wwi | wwi | august | august | aliens | aliens | explore | explore | worldwari | worldwari | worldwarone | worldwarone | 1914 | 1914 | greatwar | greatwar | firstworldwar | firstworldwar | proclamation | proclamation | nationallibraryofireland | nationallibraryofireland | dillonfamily | dillonfamily | august1914 | august1914 | defenceoftherealm | defenceoftherealm | lukegeralddillon | lukegeralddillon | augustacarolinedillon | augustacarolinedillon | baronessclonbrock | baronessclonbrock | secretaryofstateforthehomedepartment | secretaryofstateforthehomedepartment | theclonbrockphotographiccollection | theclonbrockphotographiccollection | baronclonbrock | baronclonbrock | irishagriculturalorganisationsociety | irishagriculturalorganisationsociety

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Managing relationships Managing relationships

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Do you find fundraising difficult? Are others around you making your role as a fundraiser more difficult than it need be? This free course, Managing relationships, will help you to understand your role by analysing a variety of issues about fundraising and the dilemmas and problems that organisations involved in winning resources and support are likely to face. First published on Thu, 14 Jan 2016 as Managing relationships. To find out more visit The Open University's Openlearn website. Creative-Commons 2016 Do you find fundraising difficult? Are others around you making your role as a fundraiser more difficult than it need be? This free course, Managing relationships, will help you to understand your role by analysing a variety of issues about fundraising and the dilemmas and problems that organisations involved in winning resources and support are likely to face. First published on Thu, 14 Jan 2016 as Managing relationships. To find out more visit The Open University's Openlearn website. Creative-Commons 2016

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Leadership and Management | Leadership and Management | relationships | relationships | resources | resources | moon landing | moon landing | world days | world days | customers | customers | organisations | organisations | B624_1 | B624_1

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Managing Information

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Community Organisations By Distance Learning which is delivered from the University of Leicester's Institute of Lifelong Learning. Module 9 This module considers the role, purpose, structure and process of research. It aims to answer the questions such as: What is research?; Why do research?; What types of research are there?; What ethical considerations are there when conducting research?; How might research findings be used?

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ukoer | managing information | management | research | ethical considerations | ethics | voluntary organisations | community organisations | distance learning | leicester university | otter | administrative studies | N000

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The concept of innovation

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Just what is innovation? This free course examines the issues surrounding the concept of innovation. What is the difference between innovation and invention? How are organisations affected by innovation: are all of the outcomes positive? You will learn how to analyse this concept and its impact on resources capabilities and competencies.

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Technology Management | innovation | life cycle of stars | Crab Nebula | processes | organisations

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The Individual at Work: Introduction

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This module is a very diverse one, covering a wide range of issues. There is, however, one underlying theme. All the units have a strong focus on the links between people’s experiences of work and the impact that it has on them (both positive and negative) as individuals.

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ukoer performance in organisations performance appraisal performance appraisal appraisal process occupational psychologists | Subjects allied to medicine | B000

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Developing high trust work relationships

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Learn about trust in the organisational context. This free course, Developing high trust work relationships, introduces the concept of trust, what it means to you and how it may affect your organisation. First published on Mon, 12 Sep 2016 as Developing high trust work relationships. To find out more visit The Open University's Openlearn website. Creative-Commons 2016

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Leadership & Management | BG022_1 | Work relationships | Trust | organisations | Skills for work: Communication | Skills for work: Career

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Difference and challenge in teams

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This free course looks at how teams ?travel? together on a journey of development. Those journeys are hardly ever smooth. The course encourages you to recognise difference and challenge amongst individuals in the team who are pulling in different directions. It will help you identify where such challenges can be embraced for the benefit of your team and your organisation. First published on Thu, 18 Aug 2016 as Difference and challenge in teams. To find out more visit The Open University's Openlearn website. Creative-Commons 2016

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Leadership & Management | BG012_1 | teams | organisations | Skills for work: Communication | Skills for work: Career

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Commercial awareness

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This short course encourages you to look across your organisation, at your place within it and the value you create. It considers how getting different perspectives and widening existing ones within your organisation can enhance commercial awareness. First published on Tue, 16 Aug 2016 as Commercial awareness. To find out more visit The Open University's Openlearn website. Creative-Commons 2016

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Leadership & Management | BG020_1 | Commercial Awareness | organisations | value chain | Skills for work: Career | creative thinking

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The Individual at Work Unit 5: Performance Appraisal

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After studying this unit, students should be able to: appreciate the background to the measurement of performance in organisations; describe the types of performance appraisal tools and processes used in organisations; discuss organisational issues in the measurement of performance and the feedback of performance data; identify and discuss the various influences on different stakeholders in the performance appraisal process; highlight some of the difficulties involved in collecting and using performance data in organisations, and appreciate how occupational psychologists can help organisations to improve these processes and review current trends in professional practice and contemporary research.

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ukoer performance in organisations performance appraisal performance appraisal appraisal process occupational psychologists | Subjects allied to medicine | B000

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Training and Development: Introduction and Overview

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Training and development play an important role in the effectiveness of organisations and to the experiences of people in work. Training has implications for productivity, health and safety at work and personal development. All organisations employing people need to train and develop their staff. Most organisations are cognisant of this requirement and invest effort and other resources in training and development. Such investment can take the form of employing specialist training and development staff and paying salaries to staff undergoing training and development. Investment in training and development entails obtaining and maintaining space and equipment. It also means that operational personnel, employed in the organisation's main business functions, such as production, maintenance, s

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ukoer training and development training development organisations | Subjects allied to medicine | B000

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The concept of innovation

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Just what is innovation? This unit examines the issues surrounding the concept of innovation. What is the difference between innovation and invention? How are organisations affected by innovation: are all of the outcomes positive? You will learn how to analyse this concept and its impact on resources, capabilities and competencies.

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business and management | benefit | innovation | invention | organisations | process | product | Education | X000

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Managing relationships

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Do you find fundraising difficult? Are others around you making your role as a fundraiser more difficult than it need be? This unit will help you to understand your role by analysing a variety of issues about the fundraising and the dilemmas and problems that organisations involved in winning resources and support are likely to face.

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business and management | critical_thinking | customers | fundraising | management | organisations | relationships | resources | stakeholders | Education | X000

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An Introduction to Cross Cultural Working - Learning Package

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This is a learning package about cross cultural working It examines the concept of cross cultural working from a practical perspective. The implications for working as an expatriate will be explored through an examination of national cultures and their impact in organisations. This will be located within the work of Hofstede. Successful cultural assimilation for expatriate employees will be discussed, along with the oppoprtunity to examine prospects for working and stuyding abroad.

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employability | cross cultural working | work | work learning | learning | ukoer | cultures | culture | management | organisations | global working | administrative studies | N000

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Raw Materials for a Learning Package about Vision Mission and Values

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This is a learning activity to introduce the concepts of vision, mission and values, both in an organisational and personal context. It will explore the differences between vision, mission and values, whilst acknowledging their mutually dependent nature. There will be the opportunity to analyse examples of organisations' statements. The values underpinning mission and vision statements will also be examined with an exploration of differences between profit making and non-profit making organisations. There will be consideration given to personal values and their role in shaping the individual and their employment choices. The concept of personal mission statements (often contained in CVs) will also be developed.

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vision mission values | mission statements | ukoer | working life | employability | employment choices | organisations | personal learning | administrative studies | N000

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Building partnerships outside of academia

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Building partnerships outside of academia by Tom Betteridge

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partnerships impact heritage organisations

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Management: perspective and practice

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What does it mean to be a manager? Being a manager is a complex and challenging activity. This free course, Management: perspective and practice, introduces you to the role of the manager. In this OpenLearn course you?ll look at an array of activities including leadership, human resources, finance, project management, change management, operations management and stakeholder management. First published on Thu, 16 Jun 2011 as Management: perspective and practice. To find out more visit The Open University's Openlearn website. Creative-Commons 2011

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Leadership & Management | B716_2 | organisations | Management | project management | Skills for work: Career | Skills for work: Leadership and management | Skills for work: creative thinking

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How to research an organisation

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Video presentation on the importance of researching an organisation and how to go about it by Kirti Mistry-Mclaughlin

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research | researching an organisation | organisations | video | coventry university | Social studies | L000

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Managing relationships

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Do you find fundraising difficult? Are others around you making your role as a fundraiser more difficult than it need be? This free course will help you to understand your role by analysing a variety of issues about fundraising and the dilemmas and problems that organisations involved in winning resources and support are likely to face.

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Management | B624_1 | relationships | resources | customers | organisations | Skills for work: Communication | Skills for work: Career

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D4X835 International Logistics

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This unit is written to enable candidates to recognise the individual elements of logistics and to understand how effective integration of these maximises corporate performance as well as seeing the ways in which logistics impacts other corporate functions. The unit is aimed at those who have some prior knowledge of the major business functions. Access is at the discretion of the centre. There are three outcomes: 1. Explain the systems approach to organisations in the context of the logistics activity. 2. Assess the importance of customer service to the provision of a competitive logistics and distribution strategy. 3. Describe the operation of the major components of an international logistics network.

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D4X8 35 | international logistics system | Globalisation | Strategic and operational planning | Systems approach to organisations | importance of customer service | A: Business/Management/Office Studies | BUSINESS / MANAGEMENT / OFFICE STUDIES | SCQF Level 8

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