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Individuals looking for success with their career within their organisation can do so by working on their skills which they will face in this career. They need to work on their core competency,

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Discuss the principle that businesses have many functions that need to work in harmony in order to achieve the organisational goals Individuals looking for success with their career within their organisation can do so by working on their skills which they will face in this career. They need to work on their core competency, cross-functional abilities, managerial traits and people management skills. The competition in business compels corporates to retain, develop and attract talent for enhancing their competitive edge. This is also a main requirement if you are looking for increased productivity. For the individual, it is a great opportunity to enter into the mainstream, developing their competitive edge to support the organisation as a whole and assume functional importance. ...read more.

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In this way the potential of the individual is likely to continue growing. Individuals can be half way on the path of their chosen career by being focussed and knowing what is required. They have to work towards their goals, but allow slight margins for failure, as everyone knows in this world, no one is perfect. We all know that a strong foundation is a necessity for success in the business world or indeed in any venture. The core level of competence of the organisation cannot be compromised and this is the basic foundation for future growth. This basic foundation principle must be taken seriously for the development of domain knowledge and for development of functional and operational issues and technological expertise. ...read more.

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It is also necessary for individuals to develop cross-functional vision and maturity. Every individual should be considered very good in his or her function in the organisation, but the individual should also gain a large volume of knowledge and skill for other functions that would be of benefit to the individual in order to work better and enhance skills. A wider range of knowledge means a broader vision in work carried out by the individual and thus customer demands may be more better met. This is key, so that individuals have the right business perspective and to increase awareness of the need for cross-functional needs within the organisation. The organisation is essentially one unit made up of lots of 'parts' which all need to work together to achieve goals that have been set. ?? ?? ?? ?? Sheraz Anwar BA Business Management Yr1 01/10/05 1 ...read more.

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