What form of management do you use for your workforce or employees, so that 'thi

  1. hotelmanagement profile image44
    hotelmanagementposted 6 years ago

    What form of management do you use for your workforce or employees, so that 'things' run smoothly?

  2. CJ Andrews profile image90
    CJ Andrewsposted 6 years ago

    Matters the situation and the employee.  The situation is always different and the employees are at different levels in different areas.  So my "style" for a new employee differs from that of my style with someone who has been with the company for a longer duration or who is more experienced.

  3. bomar3620 profile image59
    bomar3620posted 6 years ago

    MBO (Management by Objective) using milestones incentives, rewards.

    Behavioral Management - People don't like change. If your changing and making something drastic according to what their used to, you need to show them how and why the change is going to be better for them as well as the company

    http://a-pro-clean.com

    Kyle Boone - CEO
    BO-MAR Industries, Inc.

 
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