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    • Personal Value and Corporate Starategy
    • What is Personal Value…? • A value is belief, a mission, or a philosophy that is meaningful. Whether we consciously aware of them or not, every individual has a core set o f personal value from the commonplace, such as the belief in hard work and punctuality , to the more, physiological , such as self reliance, concern for other and harmony of purpose.
    • Classification Of value • German philosopher Eduard Spranger proposed six kind of value. Such are… • • Theoretical: Interest in discovery of truth, use cognitive approach, relative disregard to the utility of the objects . Eg scientist, philosopher . • Economical: More interest in business affairs marketing, production, use of economic resource etc. He is mainly a practical person.
    • Contd….. • Aesthetic : Interest in artistic approach of life. He view experience in terms of grace, symmetry or harmony. • Social : Interest altruistic and philantrophic aspect of life. Social people are usually systematic and unselfish. • Political: power oriented , seek power ,recognition and influence.
    • Contd… • Religious : Inclined towards to the highest and absolute satisfying value.
    • Corporate Strategy • • The overall scope and direction of a cooperation and the way in which its various business operation work together to achieve particular goals.
    • Effect of Value on Corporate Strategy • While setting a strategy managers dominant value ie economical or political, religious or social influence on his decision , hence on to the corporate strategy. •
    • Examples • As for example , In the case of Hugh Hefner, the president of and fonder of HMH publishing company, represent his aesthetic value. • While in the example of the executives of The New York Times, it represent his social value.
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