Solving problems in the corporate world requires company managers to identify the issues affecting personal experience and their ability to develop certain measures that influence their perspectives towards life. In this regard, understanding the changing needs of different stakeholders and creating an enabling environment that accommodates their divergent perspectives is essential (Wrigley & Straker, 2017). However, involving individuals in the decision-making process demonstrates the ability of the management to recognize stakeholder effort and their input towards the realization of different goals and objectives. Even though the management is supposed to resolve issues affecting individuals, exposing employees to conducive work environment eliminates a variety of the setbacks affecting corporations from achieving their desired expectations.
In a white paper, the executive summary section introduces the reader to different issues addressed in the document. Many managers who are targeted by white papers have limited timelines that hinder them from interacting with learning resources intimately. However, an executive summary allows the target audience to develop an understanding that guides them when reading the white paper (Lee, Son, & Kim, 2016). Besides, one can formulate a perspective that acts as a pointer to the development of effective solutions that are inspired by the arguments raised in the white paper. For this reason, promoting awareness on the appropriate techniques that address a topical issue is important to the realization of expected outcomes, which influence various issues in the corporate world.
Even though the management is supposed to resolve issues affecting individuals, exposing employees to conducive work environment eliminates a variety of the setbacks affecting corporations from achieving their desired expectations. Defining the different processes that affect the execution of strategies in the workplace is an important talking point, managers should have when interacting with individuals in their surroundings. In this case, the approaches used to overcome situations is critical to the realization of different goals and objectives outlined by a white paper.
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Wrigley, C., & Straker, K. (2017). Design thinking pedagogy: The educational design ladder. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 54(4), 374-385.