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I will pay for the following article Organisational Culture Change of Yandex. The work is to be 8 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.
I will pay for the following article Organisational Culture Change of Yandex. The work is to be 8 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. The update of the firm’s OD strategy would be a potential solution for the above problem. The OD framework developed by Brown (2011), see also Graph 1 – Appendix, can be considered as a quite effective tool for developing a particular task. Primarily, the involvement of this tool in the restructuring of the firm’s OD strategy should be appropriately justified. reference should be made to the firm’s goals. In accordance with the case study, the key goals of Yandex are the following ones: ‘to be able to respond to the needs/ questions of its users, to provide services of high quality, to give appropriate information and to build effective relationship with partners’ (page 4, case study). moreover, the expansion of Internet across Russia would be also considered as one of the firm’s targets. the achievement of the above target is depended on the perception of public on Internet, as influenced by the quality of services of existing Internet service providers and search engines – including Yandex – across the country. In its internal environment, the firm emphasizes the existence of a friendly atmosphere, which will keep the employees motivated and inspired (page 4, case study). Freedom and independence in thinking and acting are among the key values in Yandex – in fact, the protection of these values is critical for keeping the creativity of employees at high levels. Despite the fact that the promotion of the above strategy has helped the firm to keep its performance at high levels, still, there is a series of organizational issues, which need to be appropriately addressed. The change of the firm’s existing OD strategy would be the most effective way of achieving the above target. This change could be based on the OD framework of Brown (2011), see Graph 1, Appendix. In the context of this framework, the firm’s current strategy should be restructured at the following points: a) at the first stage, the need for change should be clearly defined – meaning that the firm’s strategic managers should understand this need and should be willing to support it.