The congruence Model Recognizes "Outputs" as existing at the Individual, Group, and Organizational Levels.
Please discuss outputs in the context of these areas as applies to Google, please be as specific as possible.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 9:01 am ad1c9bdddf
Individual: At the individual level, the absenteeism, lateness, and turnover at Google are low. The attractive perks and good culture reduces the number of employees who leave Google. Still some talent has left for Facebook and some for own businesses. This attrition is mainly because Google recruits the best talent. The employees have high levels of initiative and so start their own ventures. ...
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Nadler-Tushman Congruence Model - Outputs
Make a Case for one of the following possible statements: The interaction of the outputs at Deckers Outdoor Corporation from the three different levels of the organization, interact to generate [high, medium, or low] performance of the overall organization [choose one of the three possible performances.]
Use the Nadler-Tushman Congruence Model, conduct an analysis of the chosen company's outputs. Remember that outputs exist at the individual, group and organizational levels and that there are often differences between the output goals an organization specifies in its strategic plans and those that are actually achieved.
Identify the outputs of the organization at each of three levels. Also identify the goals that it has set and its current performance. Include the following:
Outputs at the organizational level are the products and/or services that it provides to its customers. What are these and how does the company categorize them? How does it measure its organizational performance (e.g., sales, net profit, return on sales, return on assets, market share, customer satisfaction, etc.) Provide some specific performance data.
What are some ways the company identifies groups? For example, are there geographic groups (or divisions), functional groups, etc. What are the outputs of these groups? How does it (or how might it) measure performance of these groups?
What are some of the key individual functions, and what are their outputs? How do these outputs contribute to the group outputs? How do they measure individual performance?
Evaluate how the outputs at the different levels interact with each other. Determine if you think the overall performance of the company is high, medium, or low. Then choose your proposition and Make a Case.