•Analyze the environment, processes, and procedures at your work or school to determine which aspects can be controlled and which cannot be controlled. Explain your rationale.
•From the analysis above, select one aspect that can be controlled and determine the most appropriate method of control (e.g., bureaucratic, objective, normative, concertive, self-control, etc.). Provide specific examples to support your response.
An aspect of the environment, processes, and procedures and at my place of work that can be controlled is the order and discipline within then environment, which can be controlled by the management within my work environment. This is due to the fact that these individuals set the tone for the order and discipline within this environment by the manner in which they discipline themselves and carry out their activities, and provide directives as to how each staff member will conduct themselves within the organization. An aspect of the environment, processes, and procedures that cannot be controlled is that health and well-being status of staff members, due to the fact that these individuals are responsible for maintaining ...