Organizational Awareness

Organizational Awareness

The extent to which a company's employees are familiar with policies, procedures, executives, and similar matters. For example, if a majority of employees in a large corporation can name the CFO, it is said to have good organizational awareness.
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Improved organizational awareness creates an opportunity for more deliberate leadership, better strategic and tactical plans, and underscores opportunities for continuous process improvement.
Such changes thus far have come in the forms of organizational awareness and alterations to policy and procedure.
Learn how to develop and institute the organizational awareness that leadership teams require to run healthy medical care systems.
In addition, the book provides guidelines to ensure that benchmarking is effective in raising organizational awareness and the promotion of best practices.
Financial executives can minimize disruption by starting now to raise organizational awareness and evaluate exactly how convergence will affect them.
Campbell will be responsible for developing new sources of funding and increasing organizational awareness on a national level.
Attendees in the Health Care Delivery track addressed issues of workforce development as well as organizational awareness and understanding of migrant health programs.
The company is adamant about offering cutting-edge online marketing tools to clients who are well aware of their immense values in terms of advertising efficacy, and we will continue to support such initiatives that aim at increasing organizational awareness to these values.
Management's use of its own knowledge in this way is the first stage of change, which we refer to as organizational awareness.
Your research and development (R&D) department wants to improve organizational awareness of its product development efforts.
To obtain data on organizational awareness of cultural diversity, a "Cultural Awareness Instrument" was designed by the researchers.
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