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K.Narayana Moorthy, HR Consultant, India
"Employment at will" and "big stick" are factors coming under the command and control of an organization. While I agree that this aspect has to be there for every organization, it has to be balanced with organizational commitment towards the employee. If I as an individual employee realize that command and control are part of the organizational requirement, but also that the organization respects me and my performance and provides me enough opportunities to grow, it is OK. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  Ian van Jaarsveld, Strategy Consultant, South Africa
 

Balancing Command and Control?

My concern with language like "command and control" is that it instills fear and insecurity, and once this is prevalent in an organization culture, people tend to hide in foxholes to dodge what they see as inevitable "bullets".
In this scenario you will not get the results and feedback you desire from your people. If performance management, and the accountability that goes with it, are embedded as a positive measurement with rewards, this would in my opinion be a better language approach. Regards.

  K.Narayana Moorthy, HR Consultant, India
 

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