The range of factors which can contribute to the organisational success can be different based on the period of time as management develops rapidly and managerial approaches to guarantee organizational success changes with time. To predict the factors which will be the most important for the organisational success in the next five to ten years, it is necessary to refer to scholarships related to the field. Various factors are determined in investigations and explored with the help of surveys in relation to their effectiveness and the role for stimulating the organisational success. That is why, it is also important to select the factors which can play the most significant role in the organisation’s development referring to critical thinking methods and approaches.
Rynes addresses the question of the academic-practice gap in relation to management of new ideas and proposes the recommendations to overcome it. Rynes is the Professor of Management and Organisation in the University of Iowa and her credible and scholarly research on the topic is published in Academy of Management Journal. Rynes states that new ideas can become useful for the field of management when they are not only developed by academics but also used by practitioners. Thus, the author recommends intensifying the interaction between academics and practitioners to adopt and use new ideas and focus on innovation (Rynes, 2007, p. 1047). The author’s argument is solid because it is based on the analysis of the previously developed qualitative researches and the method is effective to respond to the problem of academic-practice gap.
Ansoff addresses the question of combining the advantages of different strategies to achieve the organisational success. The author is the expert in Business Management and he provides the strong argument on the topic of strategic management and diversification. Thus, the research’s results are published in the scholarly journal. Ansoff claims that the focus on different strategies is necessary to promote the organisational success with references to the decision-making process. The author provides the arguments depending on the previous researches in strategic management and on the qualitative methodology (Ansoff, 1957, p. 114). The used methods are sound and conclusions can be easily used in the larger context of social sciences.
Mintzberg’s article is to state an opinion about the strategic management model used for increasing the company’s competitive advantage. The author is the expert in the field of Business Management and the article is published in the scholarly journal Strategic Management Journal. Mintzberg asserts that management should work for the organisation’s benefits and this approach should be based on the effective strategic model which operates the notions of the organisation’s opportunities and internal distinctive competence. The author refers to the previous researches in the field (Mintzberg, 1990, p. 172)..
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