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Loyalty - Arrow circle diagram

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"Loyalty marketing is an approach to marketing, based on strategic management, in which a company focuses on growing and retaining existing customers through incentives. Branding, product marketing and loyalty marketing all form part of the customer proposition - the subjective assessment by the customer of whether to purchase a brand or not based on the integrated combination of the value they receive from each of these marketing disciplines.
The discipline of customer loyalty marketing has been around for many years...
In recent years, a new marketing discipline called "customer advocacy marketing" has been combined with or replaced "customer loyalty marketing." " [Loyalty marketing. Wikipedia]
The arrow circle diagram example "Loyalty" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Target and Circular Diagrams solution from the Marketing area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more
Arrow circle diagram
Arrow circle diagram, block loop diagram, arrow circle diagram,
"Subjective performance evaluation allows the use of a subtler, more balanced assessment of employee performance, and is typically used for more complex jobs where comprehensive objective measures are difficult to specify and/or measure. Whilst often the only feasible method, the attendant problems with subjective performance evaluation have resulted in a variety of incentive structures and supervisory schemes. One problem, for example, is that supervisors may under-report performance in order to save on wages, if they are in some way residual claimants, or perhaps rewarded on the basis of cost savings. This tendency is of course to some extent offset by the danger of retaliation and/or demotivation of the employee, if the supervisor is responsible for that employee’s output. ...
Another problem relates to what is known as the "compression of ratings". Two related influences—centrality bias, and leniency bias—have been documented ... The former results from supervisors being reluctant to distinguish critically between workers (perhaps for fear of destroying team spirit), while the latter derives from supervisors being averse to offering poor ratings to subordinates, especially where these ratings are used to determine pay, not least because bad evaluations may be demotivating rather than motivating. However, these biases introduce noise into the relationship between pay and effort, reducing the incentive effect of performance-related pay. ... this is the reason for the common separation of evaluations and pay, with evaluations primarily used to allocate training.
Finally, while the problem of compression of ratings originates on the supervisor-side, related effects occur when workers actively attempt to influence the appraisals supervisors give, either by influencing the performance information going to the supervisor: multitasking (focussing on the more visibly productive activities...), or by working “too hard” to signal worker quality or create a good impression...; or by influencing the evaluation of it, e.g., by "currying influence"... or by outright bribery..." [Principal–agent problem. Wikipedia]
The example "Person demotivated by evaluation - Fault tree analysis diagram" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Fault Tree Analysis Diagrams solution from the Engineering area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more
FTA diagram
FTA diagram, undeveloped event, inhibit gate, event, conditional event, basic event, basic initiating fault, failure event, OR gate, AND gate,

Flow chart Example. Warehouse Flowchart

Warehouse Flowcharts are various diagrams that describe the warehousing and inventory management processes on the warehouses. Typical purposes of Warehouse Flowcharts are evaluating warehouse performance, measuring efficiency of customer service and organizational performance. This type of Workflow diagrams can be used for identifying any disconnection between business activities and business objectives. They are effectively used by warehouse-related people and organizations, manufacturers, wholesalers, exporters, importers, transporters, and others. Standard Warehousing process flow diagram and standard Workflow diagram are used for process identification for further evaluating effectiveness and profitability of overall business process. Use the ConceptDraw PRO vector graphic software extended with Flowcharts solution to design your own professional-looking Workflow diagrams and Flowcharts of any types, including the Warehouse flowchart, Process flow diagrams which depict in details all steps of Warehouse packages flow. Microsoft Visio, designed for Windows users, can’t be opened directly on Mac. But fortunately, there are several Visio alternatives for Mac which will help Mac users to work Visio files. With ConceptDraw PRO, you may open, edit and save files in Visio format. Read more
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The vector stencils library "HR symbols" contains 45 HR pictograms.
Use this icon set with HR symbols to draw your HR flowcharts, workflow diagrams, process charts and infographics with the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software.
The HR pictograms library "HR symbols" is included in the HR Flowcharts solution from the Management area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more
Absence management
Absence management, absence management,
Absenteeism, absenteeism,
Achievement, achievement,
Attract, attract,
Authority and accountability
Authority and accountability, authority and accountability,
Business goals
Business goals, business goals,
Business success
Business success, business success,
Capital formation
Capital formation, сapital formation,
Career, сareer,
Career ladder
Career ladder, сareer ladder,
Communication, сommunication,
Compensation management
Compensation management, compensation management,
Conflict management
Conflict management, сonflict management,
Conformance, conformance,
Dress code
Dress code, dress code,
Education, education,
Global HR
Global HR, global HR,
Headhunting, headhunting,
Hierarchical organization
Hierarchical organization, hierarchical organization,
Human capital
Human capital, human capital,
Human resource management
Human resource management, human resource management,
Incentive compensation management
Incentive compensation management, incentive compensation management,
Increase productivity
Increase productivity, increase productivity,
Job performance
Job performance, job performance,
Job satisfaction
Job satisfaction, job satisfaction,
Labor Unions
Labor Unions, Labor Unions,
Leadership, leadership,
Motivation and incentives
Motivation and incentives, motivation and incentives,
Organizational culture
Organizational culture, organizational culture,
Partnership, partnership,
Performance management
Performance management, performance management,
Problem solving
Problem solving, problem solving,
Retention, retention,
Skill, skill,
Smart ideas
Smart ideas, smart ideas,
Staff turnover
Staff turnover, staff turnover,
Succession management
Succession management, succession management,
Talent acquisition
Talent acquisition, talent acquisition,
Time efficiency
Time efficiency, time efficiency,
Time management
Time management, time management,
Timekeeping, timekeeping,
Winner, winner,
Workforce planning
Workforce planning, workforce planning,
Workplace culture
Workplace culture, workplace culture,
Workplace health and safety
Workplace health and safety, workplace health and safety,