NURS 451 Assignment Organizational Values Presentation
NURS 451 Assignment Organizational Values Presentation
Prepare a 10-minute presentation (10-15 slides, not
including title or reference slide) on organizational culture and values.
Describe how alignment between the values of an organization
and the values of the nurse impact nurse engagement and patient outcomes.
Discuss how an individual can use effective communication
techniques to overcome workplace challenges, encourage collaboration across
groups, and promote effective problem solving. Incorporate how system needs and
the culture of health may influence the outcomes. How does this relate to
health promotion and disease prevention in the larger picture?
Identify a specific instance from your own professional
experience in which the values of the organization and the values of the
individual nurses did or did not align. Describe the impact this had on nurse
engagement and patient outcomes.
While APA style format is not required for the body of this
assignment, solid academic writing is expected and in-text citations and
references should be presented using APA documentation guidelines, which can be
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Organizational values and their impact on strategy
- 1. ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES AND THEIR IMPACT ON STRATEGY BY : SURBHI BHANDARI
- 2. • Values- Values are our fundamental beliefs. They are the principles we use to define that which is right, good and just. Values provide guidance as we determine the right versus the wrong, the good versus the bad. They are our standards.
- 3. • Organizational Values- Organizational values define the acceptable standards which govern the behaviour of individuals within the organization. • Organizational Values are a set of beliefs that specify universal expectations and preferred modes of behaviour in a company. They point the way to purposeful action and approved behaviour.
- 4. There are three categories from which an organizations values base is created : • Physical Values- Maximum utilization of resources, orderliness, cleanliness, reliability, quality, safety etc. • Organizational Values- communication, cooperation, standardization, coordination. • Psychological Values- Creativity, innovation, loyalty, integrity, customer’s delight, respect for individual, service to society etc.
- 5. IMPACT OF VALUES • The values are integrated into the company’s way of doing business (policies, procedures, compensation practices, performance appraisals, etc.). They affect all aspects of the company from what products get made or sold to how people are treated. • They stand for something–that is, they have a clear and explicit philosophy about how they intend to conduct their business. • Organization’s values are always in line with its purpose or mission, and the vision that the organization is trying to achieve.
- 6. • Values form the foundation for everything that happens in your workplace. Founder’s values premate the workplace. Founder will hire people who share the same values. • Values largely govern the actions of the workforce. • Values hold a major role in daily decision making, norms and relationship guidelines and how people interact with each other and customers and suppliers.
- 7. IMPORTANCE OF ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES 1. Formation of mission and vision statement 2. Formation of organizational objectives 3. Formation of policies and procedures 4. Fulfilling customers needs 5. Competitive advantage
- 8. IMPACT ON STRATEGY
- 9. CASE STUDY – NIKE, INC. NIKE, INC was incorporated in 1964 as Blue Ribbon Sports by BILL BOWERMAN and PHILL KNIGHTS and officially became NIKE,INC in may 1971. Mission statement- BRING INSPIRATION AND INNOVATION TO EVERY ATHLETE* IN THE WORLD* IF YOU HAVE A BODY, YOU ARE AN ATHLETE.
- 10. • Values- Innovation, creativity, maintaining brand value, simplicity, fashionable, consumers decides, dynamic, responsible(doing the right thing) , transparency, promoting young and talented people. MATCHING THE VALUES : • In 1972, Nike footwear introduced “moon shoe” that features a waffle sole in US Olympics. • Nike has always sponsored young, talented and aggressive sports person. Nike pays top athletes in many sports to use their products and promote and advertise their technology and design.
- 11. • In 1973 the company sponsored Romanian tennis star Ilie Năstase and American record holder athlete Steve Profantaine . In 1978 endorsed tennis “bad boy” John McEnroe. • In 1979, it introduced Nike Air. Gas- filled plastic membranes were inserted in the sole to provide cushioning. • In 1984, Nike signs Michael Jordan(NBA Player)into endorsement contract with Jordan Air (originally banned by NBA). • Nike introduces Nike Air Max shoe with a television ad featuring the “Beatles” song “revolution”.
- 12. • In 1989, Nike enters European football market. • Nike has also sponsored many other successful track and field athletes over the years, such as Carl Lewis, Jackie Joyner-Kersee and Sebastian Coe. The signing of basketball player Michael Jordan in 1984, with his subsequent promotion of Nike over the course of his career, with Spike Lee as Mars Blackmon, proved to be one of the biggest boosts to Nike’s publicity and sales. • Nike also endorsed Tiger Woods soon after he gave up his amateur golf status in 1996.