The problem with organizations today is with leaders that cannot lead and workers that have little passion. Rather than repair the issue, leaders place band-aids on surgical incisions.
Cross-functional teams are being used increasingly in organizations to improve coordination of interdependent activities among specialized subunits.
Imagine a time when you worked for an organization where everyone collaborated, communicated effectively and organizational politics did not exist. Do you remember that?
Individuals simply go to work despite their abhorrence of their employer, the monotony, and the products. There is no passion or pride.
This post was written by Mike Harvey as a followup to his June 2nd webinar titled, "A Manager's Guide: How to Lay Off or Terminate Employees".
Strategic plans, marketing, technology and capital investment are clearly important, but emotional commitment of the people using the tools and executing the plans is what determines whether companies sink or soar.
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