1. Best Practice Report: Leadership: Engagement and Communication with Stakeholders

    November 11, 2019 by BPIR.com Limited

    A stakeholder is an individual or a group that holds a stake or, in other words, an interest in an organisation’s activities. Stakeholders can come from almost every area in which an organisation exists and operates: they can, for example, be employees, suppliers or customers; consumers, unions or legislators; banks, competitors or shareholders. Engaging and communicating with stakeholders is a fundamental ‘must’ for every organisation. Engagement goes beyond a simple exchange of information. Engagement involves listening, learning and collaborating with those who have a legitimate interest in an organisation’s activities, products and services. It is the process through which leaders (from CEOs to managers to team leaders) involve those people who may be affected by the decisions an organisation makes or might influence the implementation of the decisions. Stakeholder communication refers to all forms of communication-formal and informal-that leaders convey to the organisation’s stakeholders. Organisational communication can be considered a subset of the deeper role of stakeholder engagement, in which leaders play a critical role.
     
     
    In This Report:

    1. What does ‘engagement and communication with stakeholders’ mean?
    2. Which organisations have received recognition for engagement and communication with their stakeholders?
    3. How have organisations reached high levels of success through engagement and communication with their stakeholders?
    4. What research has been undertaken into engagement and communication with stakeholders?
    5. What tools and methods are used to achieve high levels of success in engaging and communicating with stakeholders?
    6. How can engagement and communication with stakeholders be measured?
    7. What do business leaders say about engagement and communication with stakeholders?
    8. Conclusion

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  2. Best Practice Report: Leadership: Building a Successful Organisation

    September 9, 2019 by BPIR.com Limited

    While there are many different approaches to building a successful organisation, there are usually two common ingredients: a strong culture of excellence, and a system to enable and manage change effectively. These two ingredients often involve the following elements:

    • An environment to enable your mission to succeed and improve organisational and leadership performance, organisational learning, as well as learning for the workforce.
    • A workforce culture that delivers a consistently positive customer experience and fosters customer engagement.
    • An environment to enable innovation and intelligent risk taking, the achievement of your strategic objectives, and organisational agility.
    • Active participation in succession planning and the development of future organisational leaders.

     
     
     
     
     
    In This Report:

    1. what does building a successful organisation mean?
    2. which organisations have received recognition for being ‘a successful organisation’?
    3. how have leaders built a highly successful organisation?
    4. what research has been undertaken into how to build a successful organisation?
    5. what tools and methods are used to build highly successful organisations?
    6. how can a successful organisation be measured?
    7. what do business leaders say about building a successful organisation?
    8. conclusion

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  3. Best Practice Report: Leadership: Legal and Ethical Behaviour

    August 14, 2019 by BPIR.com Limited

    There are two types of compliance when it comes to behaviour within an organisation: legal and ethical. Legal compliance is about following the law, rules, and regulations, while ethics means doing what is right and behaving with integrity. It is important to note that you can be legally compliant and yet unethical.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    In This Report:

    1. What is legal and ethical behaviour?
    2. Which organisations have received recognition for their legal and ethical behaviour?
    3. How have organisations achieved high levels of legal and ethical behaviour?
    4. What research has been undertaken into legal and ethical behaviour?
    5. What tools and methods are used to achieve high levels of legal and ethical behaviour?
    6. How can legal and ethical behaviour be measured?
    7. What do business leaders say about legal and ethical behaviour?

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  4. Best Practice Report: Leadership: Vision, Mission, and Values

    June 7, 2019 by BPIR.com Limited

    Vision is where an organisation wants to go: it describes the targeted successful state for an organisation. An organisational vision should be challenging and inspirational to its employees and stakeholders. A vision statement usually presents an ideal in the longer rather than in the shorter term.Mission is what an organisation is here to deliver. It is the reason for its existence and supports the attainment of the vision. The mission is usually measured by how well an organisation is achieving its objectives and goals.

    Values are the guiding principles of the organisation. It gives employees a moral compass, a set of ideals, and a standard of behaviour expected in the organisation. Some organisations use a code of conduct or ethics to put these values into practice.

    Together, the vision, mission, and values communicate an organisation’s philosophy. They set the direction and the purpose, and show what the organisation cares about in its journey towards fulfilling its vision.
     
     
     
     
    In This Report:

    1. What are “vision, mission, and values”?
    2. Which organisations have received recognition for having vision, mission, and values statements that are strong and inspirational?
    3. How have organisations reached high levels of success through their vision, mission, and values?
    4. What research has been undertaken into vision, mission, and values?
    5. What tools and methods are used to achieve high levels of success in vision, mission, and values?
    6. How can the success of vision, mission, and values be measured?
    7. What do business leaders say about vision, mission, and values?
    8. Conclusion.

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  5. Best Practice Report: Think Tanks

    May 5, 2019 by BPIR.com Limited

    Think tanks are defined as organisations that engage in the business of public policy. They research, analyse, and produce opinions on every imaginable topic in order to advise and inform public policy makers and those who think about public policy. Think tanks operate all around the world, usually as independent, not-for-profit organisations; they tend to support themselves through their products and consultancy services, as well as through donors and sponsors. They can be affiliated with the government, political groups, interest groups or private corporations.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    In This Report:

    1. What is a “think tank”?
    2. Which organisations have received recognition for excellence by being or by having a think tank?
    3. How have organisations reached high levels of success by being or by having a think tank?
    4. What research has been undertaken by and into think tanks?
    5. What tools and methods are used to achieve high levels of success in developing a think tank?
    6. How can the effectiveness of a think tank be measured?
    7. What do business leaders say about think tanks?
    8. Conclusion.

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