How to Keep a Workforce Motivated at Crossroads

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How to Keep a Workforce Motivated at Crossroads
DTee, Analyst, Kenya, Member
Many enterprises transform their structures merging several organisational cultures in cycles. How can the staff remain motivated when changes are made in the organisations values, collectiveness, consistency etc... In the adage of old wine and its skinny container! Is it possible to keep employees in such (repeated) transition phases motivated and still maintain the tempo of structural changes? (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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Structural Change and Employee Motivation
Kamlesh Kumar Maurya, HR Consultant, India, Member
The most important thing is to analyze the importance of the change by top management. After that its necessity and importance must be communicated clearly to the employees.
In case a change is related to behavioral change, it must happen gradually.
And if the change is not important, then in my opinion it should not be tried at all, otherwise it may cause great mental separation.
 

   

 
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