Balance Command and Control (Discipline) with Organizational Commitment

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Balance Command and Control (Discipline) with Organizational Commitment
K.Narayana Moorthy, Member
"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.... Register

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@Ian van Jaarsveld

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Kathryn Pawley Steiner, how nicely said.

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