In the present full world of market changes and growing competitors, institutions aspire to succeed in a strong internal environment that will ensure continuity amid fluctuating atmosphere. This will not be achieved without the formulation of an integrated regulatory policy that can achieve systematic effectiveness internally and externally.
Being able to protect its entity, an institution must first build a strong and well-established regulatory ideology that provides stability factors. In doing so, the institution must also considers many elements, the most important of which is the institution’s vision. The successful regulatory ideology stems from a specific institutional vision, which clearly reflects the nature of its tasks or objectives, and with which the target customers decide convincingly to set deals..
It is essential that the institution’s vision should be closely linked to the values it embraces. The vision is the core of regulatory ideology, because it focuses on a code of instructions and guidelines of the behaviors and beliefs that individuals should follow to achieve their goals. These values should be applied by senior management in forms of non-traditional management strategies, where the main rule will promote individual and collective creativity, giving employees the freedom to think and make decisions in their field of work, to reduce administrative constraints to the maximum as much as possible. Creating new alternatives to traditional management hierarchies, and eliminating job titles and the gradual hierarchy of positions should be supported.
The conformity of vision, values and strategies to management practices is an important element in protecting the regulatory ideology of the institution. Management should invest effectively in the human elements, optimize the capabilities of individuals and encourage them to innovate and excel in providing newly ideas. This is performed passionately and competitively, however in a harmonious team spirit who are working collectively. Ultimately, this will enhance their desire for learning and personal development.
The performance of the institution is also crucial to the protection of its regulatory ideology. Through performance, institution can be either developed for the better or broken down, thus collapsing completely. It is the final product of the institutional work that is presented into products or services provided to the target audience.
Any institution cannot protect its regulatory ideology without the help of a distinguished team, who are involved in shaping its core values and who has the willingness and ability to adopt such values to achieve its objectives. When the goals of each individual within the institution are in same wavelength with the institutional ultimate goals, real transformation occurs.
Therefore, it is essential that institutions take into consideration their recruitment applied policies, by which they follow to select individuals with professional experience, creativity, innovation, and ability to work within a team. Moreover, institution seeks to develop their skills and to avoid ideological shocks resulting from interaction with different organizational ideologies within their institutional framework.
Furthermore, institutions should qualify their members to deal positively with their racial, ethnic and religious differences in such a way that they are included in one organizational structure of the institution without discrimination or favoritism, in order to create a productive work environment.
“Administrative blocks” and spreading bullying of employees are the main obstacles that affect stability of the regulatory ideology of institution. Therefore, such efforts should be observed with precaution and urgent action should be taken against any internal blocs that threaten the working environment, such as moving employees from their places at specified intervals, setting weekly discussion to increase their institutional loyalty, eliminating barriers between them, and adjusting their negative attitudes to positive trends. As such, the institution keeps its continuity and survival.
Like member groupings at work, there can also be sub-cultures within the organization that threaten individual unity and stability of their core ideology, resist positive change. Change may strongly be linked to the organization size itself. That is, large organizations resist change strongly, as they have multiple subcultures that favor stability and reject change.
One of the most important factors influencing the institutional survival and continuity is to develop the sense of innovation that contributes to enhancing institution’s ability to adapt the external variables of work. A strong regulatory ideology is flexible with market conditions or traditions that are prevailing in the external working environment.
We conclude from the above that all evidence in our time confirms that the main difference between successful and unsuccessful institutions lies not only in the availability or lacking of resources and material capacities, but also in the degree to which these institutions can protect their organizational efforts and reinforce their ideology among targeting employees and clients alike. A positive impression of strength and durability of the institution prevailed referring to its ability to continue and deal with any internal or external variables.