Organizational management factor of tannery industry in Bangladesh
Raju Muhammad Shahidul Islam
The study aims to focus on organizational management aspect in leather industry in Bangladesh. Leather industry in Bangladesh was developed on a large-scale basis from 1970’s. Most of the industries are export oriented and about 95% of leather and leather products in the form of crust leather, finished leather, leather garments and footwear are marketed abroad. This sector has emerging opportunities to contribute to our economy due to the availability of raw materials. But due to the improper utilization of our resources, this highly productive sector is in risks. This study focuses on the crucial point of use of our available resources and find out the way of overcoming management technique helping this sector to retain on the track. Organizational culture, Characteristics of organizational culture, Leadership, Type of leadership, Motivation, Management Information system, Balanced scorecard and customer relationship Management are the main think of organizational management in leather sector in Bangladesh. Innovation and risk taking, the degree to which employees are encouraged to be innovative and take risks. Attention to detail, Outcome orientation, People orientation, Team orientation, Aggressiveness and Stability are the main feather of organizational culture. Different analyses have been done with the help of different management tools to find out initiatives in this sector. Finally, comparison of existing management system with the recognized management system will help to show the light on the prosperity of leather industries in our country which can contribute more in future to our economy than present.