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    Continue your analysis for Kenneth Dailey of FMC Green River by focusing on employee motivation, using the Step by Step Analysis.

    The steps of analysis are the same as those explained in Unit 1:

    Step #1 Introduction and Background
    Step #2 Organizational Analysis
    Step #3 Alternatives and Recommendations
    Step #4 Implementation with a Contingency Plan

    The topics to analyze for this unit are the following:

    Job Design and Goal Setting
    Performance Appraisal
    Career Development

    Keep in mind the differences that exist between FMC Green River and FMC Aberdeen. Continue to think in terms of the job design/goal setting in both facilities. What about differences in pay, performance appraisals, and developing a career path? As you develop the recommendations consider what would work at the Green River facility and why? How will your changes be implemented?

    Objective: Discuss and evaluate methods of motivating and rewarding individuals and groups.
    Identify processes and methods that can improve the behavior and attitudes of organizational members.
    Identify the organizational behavior concepts and theories present in real business world examples.

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    Introduction & Background

    FMC Corporation is one of the world's leading organizations. The company has several subsidiaries. Out of these subsidiaries, the two main units of the company are FMC Green River and FMC Aberdeen. Both the units operate in two different industries. Green River operates in chemical manufacturing, while Aberdeen operates in defense industries. The different operations of both these units include operations related to metals, chemicals, equipments used in defense, etc. (FMC Corporation, 2008). The operating values of these two units also have various similarities, as they have a close link with the objectives of the FMC Corporation.

    Organizational Analysis

    The organizational analysis of the FMC Green River describes that there are various problems in the Green River Unit of the company. The organizational analysis of the company can be done by assessing its business practices. The given analysis will include organizational allegiance, management creativity, job satisfaction criteria, ethical practices of the organization, etc. All the aspects of the analysis contribute equally in the analysis.

    The most important aspect of the organizational analysis is organizational allegiance. Some special thoughts and beliefs of the organization make the commitment of its employees towards it. If an organization wants to motivate its employees at great level, an effective organizational commitment is essential. The organizational commitment is a complex process for Green River unit because it employees large number of individuals and these individuals have great differences in their thoughts and beliefs. An effective organizational commitment can be maintained in Green River through employee motivation by providing high performance level.

    The creativity of the management is another aspect of the organizational analysis of FMC Green River. The creativity of the organization depends on the ability of its employees to do their work. For ...

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