5. Impact of the shared and participatory management model on the companies

Module overview

This module is written by Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania.

Material prepared using ‘From corporate social responsibility to creating shared value with suppliers through mutual firm foundation in the Korean bakery industry: a case study of the SPC Group‘ by Dongmin Lee, Junghoon Moon, Jongpyo Cho, Hyoung-Goo Kang and Jaeseok Jeong (Asia Pacific Business Review , 2014 Vol. 20, No. 3, 461–483) and ‘A Causal Model of Organization Performance and Change’ by Burke & Litwin (Journal of Management, 1992, Vol 18, No 3, 523–545).

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Introduction

 

Learning objective:

Verify the impact shared and participatory management model has on the different dimensions of the reality of the companies from the metal sector.

Contents

5.1. Introduction
5.2. Impact of the model on the worker
5.3. Impact of the model on the company
5.4. Impact of the model on the client
5.5. Impact of the model on the community
5.6. Conclusions
5.7. Exercises, games and role-plays
5.8. Downloads

Estimated time to complete the module:

5-6 hours

Competencies:

• Identify the impact of the shared and participatory management model on the workers of the sector.
• Identify the impact of the shared and participatory management model on the companies of the sector.
• Identify the impact of the shared and participatory management model on clients.
• Identify the impact of the shared and participatory management model on the community of the sector.

Abilities and attitudes:

• Ability to distinguish with critical thinking the impact on different dimensions of the company.
• Ability to identify the impact produced according to indicators.
• Ability to evaluate such impact from a multidimensional and multi-level approach.

Methodology

This E-learning book is an open educational resource. It uses open-source technology and multimedia. It is mobile-friendly and device-independent. It is delivered online but there also is an offline version. The self-help learning program is designed for individual learners to work on their own and includes practice activities. It can also be used in a classroom as part of an instructor-led training program.

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