Clarificationof Organizational Mandates: Talentbesty Enterprise
Clarificationof Organizational Mandates: TalentBesty Enterprise
InitialCompilation of Mandates: Worksheet Guide
Source (charter, policy, rules, law, stakeholder expectations, cultural norms, and so forth)
Effects of Organization
Evaluation Criteria (Check appropriate box)
The organization is to be a for-profit organization that deals with selected Talent Scouts in America
Registration as a Public Company in the United States
Platform for talented people from minority communities to tap mainstream market
Conflicts with others
work with government agencies and enterprises in the private sector to promote the many and diverse talents
stakeholders are required to engage in supplementary that promote development or growth of new talents as a means of developing the larger community
Build a community that supports and appreciate the gifts of others regardless of their backgrounds
Conflicts with others
maintain a 360-degree feedback approach in all it communication lines with stakeholders
establish a foundation for the development of competency models
Good public relations and development of competency models
Conflicts with others
trustworthy or honesty
Cultural norm, rules
enforce ethical behavior
Offer talented people what they really deserve
Conflicts with others
Itis well understood that an organization’s mandates involve a seriesof “must dos” or initiatives, directives, and guides thatorganizations ought to put to practice to, “be true to theirvalues, realize their visions, and create public value” (Bryson, &Alston, 2011). The following are the formal and the informal mandatesfor the proposed Talent-Besty Enterprise, a publicly held company.The organization is to be a for-profit organization that deals withselected Talent Scouts in America. Special interest will be given tothe talented persons from minority communities within the country-particularly those from low-income backgrounds, and those withspecial needs. It is a matter of common knowledge that such people sooften do not get any help in following their dreams, of courseregarding promotion, marketing, and general management. The mandateof Talent-Besty will comprise of a series of articles, ordinances,and legislation measures that align with the country’s laws on theadministration of artists, artistes, sports people, and others whoengage in any forms of artistic works.
Talent-Bestywill be an organization that believes in a mandate of being tightlyconstrained in actions that promote the many and diverse talents thatexist in America. For this reason, it is mandated to work withgovernment agencies and enterprises in the private sector. Members ofthe organization, as well as associated partners, have an obligationof knowing and promoting the practice of the existent laws of thecountry. What is more is that the stakeholders are required to engagein supplementary efforts that promote development, or growth of newtalents even in cases wherein such measures have not been explicitlyindicated in the articles of the organization. More specifically,aspects like personal investments, grants and or donations toselected talented people are not ruled out by the mandates.
Thenagain, the organization would maintain a 360-degree feedback approachin all its communication lines with stakeholders in the Americansocieties. Such would facilitate appraisal and achievement of desiredcoordination among the members (Rao & Rao, 2014). What is more isthat the feedback process would enhance the effectiveness ofcompensation channels, and mechanisms. This approach of the360-degree feedback approach will also establish a foundation for thedevelopment of competency models enabling the organization toidentify and reward specific competencies among its members (Rao &Rao, 2014). Also, it will also promote senses of self-awareness,self-management, and self-confidence among the members.
Anotherimportant factor, which is a requirement of TalentAgencylaws is that of trustworthiness, transparence and or honesty (Clancy,& Arista, 2012). All endeavors of the organization with selectedartists, sports people, or other performers will involve writtencommunication as the recognized means of communication. This mandatehas a very important role in establishing a desirable future for theorganization, since it would enable parties involved to maintain asense of commitment and good faith to each other. It will alsoenforce ethical behavior in the sense that any dealings will requirethe parties to sign documents that are legally binding. Such anapproach will enable the organization to establish and maintain someimportant values that associate with public relations.
Themembers have a mission of engaging youths and other members of thegeneral society in routine endeavors of talent searches, shows orconcerts and other performances in cities, townships, estates, andeven schools, or other public places. Indeed, this mission is verymuch in line with the mandates. To promote this, the articles of theorganization outline a clear organizational structure that curbs theestablishment of corporate ghettos,or situations wherein some members of the organization groupthemselves aside and without proper leadership. Such situations maypromote more working contact, and lead to loyalty switches inaddition to the destruction of suitable communication lines withinthe organization. This is so because aspects of socializing becomerestricted to the mentioned ghettos.Ultimately, organizational benefits, which may involve other officialpartners, may not reach the talented people on the ground level asexpected.
Asa matter of fact, none of the indicated mandates is to be changed foras long as the mission of the organization remains the same.Nevertheless, it is important to note, as indicated above, that aprimary mandate of the organization is to help to develop talentedpeople to tap into economic opportunities that can assist them to besuccessful in their lines of work. A point of common understanding isthat such people actually require these opportunities for purposes ofachieving commensuration with their individual development needs. Afactor to reckon with is that a good number of talented people havelittle knowledge of trade policies that exist in the market. Theyalso lack the mechanisms of promoting and marketing their uniqueproducts, skills or services. As such, Talent-Besty shall serve as anindependent organization that looks after the empowerment of talentedpeople from minority groups in the country. The organization shallendeavor to engage in activities that curb boundaries of inequality,and even the injustices that exist in the art and sports industry inAmerica. The organization will also go ahead to advocate for moredesirable policies of compensation for such people in a professionaland accountable manner. In due course, however, confidentiality forall interested parties, regarding their progress, growth anddevelopment shall remain a matter of great concern, both on formaland informal platforms. For instance, documents with sensitiveinformation like personal identification, licenses and tax (amongothers) will be kept and handled with the discretion they deserve.Finally yet importantly, the mandates outlined herein will remainunder regular review with the passing of time to identify what can beadded, revised or dropped. Members of the organization will bereminded of what is expected of them, that which is allowed, and thatwhich is forbidden on a regular basis.
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Clancy,T. P., & Arista, D. E. (2012). Agency as a Normative Theory ofTrust: Towards Deriving Theoretical Functions of Social Trust fromAgency Law. Availableat SSRN 2156478.
Rao,T. V., & Rao, R. (2014). Powerof 360 Degree Feedback.Sage Publications Pvt. Limited.