Presentation management (IKEA)


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Presentation management (IKEA)

  2. 2. INTRODUCTION  Ikea is a company that design and sell furniture ,appliances, home accessories to society. It was a Swedish Company and Registered in Netherlands founded by ingvar kamprad in 1943.Ikea is the company with stores all over the world.  Early 1990,Ikea has adopted Natural Steps (TNS) framework as the basic structure to implement it environment policy and plan.  By using TNS principle and system,ikea had made a plenty of changes towards it product and services.  This case shown many result of the changes, along with the issues and events that lead IKEA to adopting the TNS Framework and formulating an environmental plan.
  3. 3. Ikea is innovative strategy was to design furniture that is environmental friendly. From the beginning, the ikea is desire to integrate social value into bussiness practice that has impact on the ikea's vision. From the research,Ikea has more than 590 million visitor per year to it stores all over the world. It shows that ikea is main marketing channel is its catalogue that is distributed world-wide as 191 million copies about 56 different editions.
  4. 4. The IKEA concept is based on their market positioning statement “Your partner in better living. We do our part, you do yours. Together we save money” It focuses on a commitment to product design, consumer value and clever solutions. By using such concept ikea offered such an affordable price to consumer.
  6. 6. PLANNING VISION At IKEA our vision is to create a better everyday life for many people.
  7. 7. Offering a range of products that are more sustainable All materials for ikea’s products shall be renewable, recyclable or recycled. Existing products are continuously improved, and also product developers.
  8. 8. IKEA to move to clean energy by 2020 IKEA, the world’s largest furniture retailer. Ikea which wants to build on many customers’ desire for a greener lifestyle.
  9. 9. Taking social responsibility The IKEA Foundation aims to improve opportunities for children and youth in developing countries by funding holistic, long-term programs that can create substantial, lasting change The IKEA Foundation has supported UNICEF programs for more than a decade. UNICEF has a corporate partnership with IKEA,
  10. 10. Turning waste into resources IKEA is investigating new and innovative ways to turn waste into resources, and minimizing the amount of waste that ends up in landfill or being incinerated IKEA does not take wood from natural tropical forests
  11. 11. ORGANIZING
  12. 12. LEADING Motivation Leadership
  13. 13. “A Good Leader Inspires Employees, Boosts Morale And Encourages Effective Communication Among Employees. Excellent Leadership Can Even Increase The Organization's Income”. “Our Co-workers Are The Strength Of IKEA And We Live By Them” -Mikael Ohlson, The Chief Executive Officer Of The IKEA Group. • IKEA understands the value of its employee and is always focuses on developing the strategy to create satisfied and committed workforce who in return contributes to the well being and future success of the company.
  14. 14. MOTIVATION
  15. 15. Motivating Ikea’s employees Simplicity and positive interaction Full benefits package for employees working 20 hours or more Flexible scheduling Extensive professional development options Diversity leadership and culture training programs Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
  16. 16. SELF- ACTUALIZATION Lofty goal for an individual which is the need to fulfill oneself, to grow and use one’s abilities to the fullest and most creative extent SELF ESTEEM respect, prestige, recognition, need for self-esteem, personal sense of competence SOCIAL Promoting social interaction among employees : work groups, teamwork SAFETY NEEDS Job security, seniority, pensions, hospitalization, and life insurance PHYSIOLOGICAL NEEDS Rest periods, work breaks, lunch breaks, and wages MASLOW’S HIERARCHY OF NEEDS
  17. 17. LEADERSHIP
  18. 18. TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP THEORY Development of a vision, a view of the future that will excite and convert potential followers. This is what the IKEA stresses out to their employees which are simplicity and coaching them to develop their own potentials. IKEA’S PROGRAM, “PARTNERS IN GROWTH” The workers are able to learn from their mentors
  19. 19. MOTIVATION LEADERSHIP EFFECTIVE IKEA is now one of the largest furniture manufacturers and retailers in the world
  21. 21. Controlling Controlling is the fourth criteria in management function. Controlling elements ikea means supporting other others areas and function around ikea in reaching their setting goals. Below is the department that involve in the controlling :  Human Resources  Controlling and Administration -Accounting Support -Payroll Support -Store Support  Maintenance and Safety
  22. 22. Human Resources In order to reach the goals, human resources co-workers help IKEA managers to train and develop skill of the other co-workers such the non-managerial employees. This is because to make sure they have enough staff and workers. • Accounting Support Assist with accounting functions, making sure that all invoices are properly coded, entered into the system and paid on time.
  23. 23. Payroll Support This people helps IKEA to achieve the objective by making sure all the co-workers do their work passionately. For instance, the paycheck has to be processed and delivered on time, paperwork must be maintained in order and etc. Store Control This co-workers together with the store management responsibility to attain financial goals and also make sure profitability. They also involve in setting financial goal to create a better shopping experience.
  24. 24. Maintenance and Safety They not only to make sure the safety environment in the IKEA but they also has to be responsible to ensure the cleanness and convenience environment around IKEA.
  25. 25. THE END