The Practitioner's Guide a Major Breakthrough in Organizational Theory
The Practitioner's Guide For Organizing An Organization was first published by Professor Ken Mackenzie, one of the world's leading experts in Organizational Theory. Since 1972, Dr. Mackenzie has held an endowed chair at the University of Kansas School of Business. He gained worldwide attention for developing the Organizational Hologram, an organizational model considered to be the biggest breakthrough in the past 25 years. The 2004 edition of The Practitioner's Guide build on Dr. Mackenzie's theory to give senior management leaders the latest, most effective organizational resource to date.
A Better Organized Company is a More Competitive Company
The Practitioner's Guide For Organizing An Organization explains in simple terms how you can become a better-organized organization. The benefits are many:
Learn What's Really Going On In Your Company
The Practitioner's Guide For Organizing An Organization utilizes a remarkable electronic assessment tool known as HALO (Holonomic Assessment of the Leadership of an Organization). HALO is systematic and data-based, a highly effective and easy-to-use electronic assessment tool. Through surveys using this tool, you will:
Why Survey Employees?
Where else can you get reliable feedback about your organization? You and your employees make up the organization! Only you and they really know how it operates, what drives it, and what it's real potential is.
Ask your employees, "What advice can you give me to improve this company," and you will receive every idea in the book. Employees sense what is right and wrong with your company but they may be incapable of expressing their intuition clearly and concisely. Each employee has a limited view of the organization and must interpret what he or she sees exclusively by his or her personal experience. But you need the observations of all employees to have any reasonable hope of identifying the consensus themes that permeate your organization.
It is best to do this with a systematic and comprehensive opinion gathering process that ensures the confidentiality of their opinions. The main reason for conducting a survey of the opinions of the employees is that it's good business. After all, your organization's success is driven by the talents, commitment, and creativity of its employees.
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