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Objetives,Stakeholders and Responsibilities of Warwickshire College

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OBJECTIVES, STAKEHOLDERS AND RESPONSIBILITIES 10/11/2010 Fernando Del Rio Perez Introduction An organisation is an arrangement of people pursuing common goals, achieving results and standards of performance. There are many different types of organisations and they come in all forms, shapes and sizes. Setting the strategic plan is the starting point of managerial actions. An organisation's end results for which an organization strives is termed as "mission, vision, objectives, and goals. In addition, once that the strategy is set up, the organization must start to take actions to meet several responsibilities towards internal and external stakeholders. The purpose of this report is to identify the mission, objectives and responsibilities of an organisation as well as the actions carried out to the success of the organisation. 1. Mission, Values and Objectives 1.1 .Mission Mission statement works in an organisation giving purpose and primary objectives. Likewise it is the determination of core functions that the company will play in a given environment to achieve this mission. In addition, the mission defines the needs to satisfy, the costumers to achieve, and products and services to offer. The characteristics of a good mission are the following : concrete, motivational and possible. According to Vern McGinnis, a mission should: * Define what the company is * Define what the company aspires to be * Distinguish the company from all others With the mission we will be able to know what kind of business that the business the company focusess on and to which business can pursue in the future, therefore it has to closely follow the vision and values. ...read more.

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a major participant locally, regionally and nationally in economic development * To demonstrate leadership in partnership with local authorities and in collaboration with other providers * To respond to the economic downturn and economic change thereafter * To continue to deliver measurable good value for money in our community * To continually improve quality though rigorous self assessment * To create opportunities for income generation and increase income from international and higher education * To continue to develop the college state 3. Stakeholders Stakeholders are individuals, groups or organizations that have a direct or indirect involvement in an organization, which may affect or be affected by organization of actions, objectives and policies. "The most important stakeholders can be seen as those with most to lose from the organisation's actions, but this does not always reflect their relative power." (Hannagan, T.2002:142)Management: Concepts and Practices' P142.) The aim of management with regard to stakeholders is to prioritise objectives so as to satisfy the majority of them for most of the time. The main stakeholders in a business organization include creditors, customers, directors, employees, government, owners (shareholders), suppliers, unions and the community in which the company obtains its resources. Stakeholders can be of very different and varied pretences and also have conflicting interests. They can be classified into three groups: Internal, Connected and External Stakeholders * Internal Stakeholders: Include those that are situated within the company and affect the 'day-to-day' running of the organisation. They are interested in the organisation continuation and grown. (E.g. employees, managers). * External Stakeholders: Include those not directly linked to the organisation but who can be affected or affect activities of the organization through various means. ...read more.

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4.4.1 Ethical responsibilities: * Students: the college continues to improve its responsiveness to learners providing a good quality of teaching in every subject, extending the ways in which they have opportunities to influence the college community, building upon citizenship activity to engage them as citizens. 4.4.2 Environmental responsibilities: The college is working to improve environmental responsibilities and working with the community in this matter with the next actions: * Installation of biomass boilers and solar thermal water systems * A new recycling strategy as part of a waste management review * Development of renewable energy systems, which will provide teaching tools and case studies for demonstration. * Reduced paper consumption through web-based course information and duplex printing * A "Power Academy" is being built at the new Rugby campus to focus on renewable energy * Further developing the curriculum offer to meet the need for training in green technology. 4.4.3 Employment responsibilities: * Discrimination: the college works to ensure that neither students, staff nor organisation partner are discriminated against because of age, race, religion, sexual orientation or disability. The college carry out its responsibilities according to several Acts: * The race relation Act (1976) * Health and safety at work Act (1974) * The sex discrimination Act (1995) Conclusion The success of an organization depends on good management and operation of this organisation so it must be built on a solid foundation by establishing a strategic plan and setting objectives. In addition the organisation has to identify all its stakeholders and the importance of them as well as to meet the responsibilities to which is obliged as organization. To sum up, the compliance of every of these stages will ensure the good development and growth in the organisation. ...read more.

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