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    Assessing the Importance of Goals

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    There are times when policies and procedures are rolled from the top down without input from the lower level employees. Assuming that the policy or procedure ultimately is too restrictive to be successful, what options do lower level employees have to voice their concerns or disagreement without appearing to be non-compliant, or worse, defiant?

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    There are definitely are times when policies and procedures are rolled from the top down without input from lower level employees, and this is most often seen in a bureaucratic or partially bureaucratic corporate structure. Within this type of structure, strong order through a hierarchy progression is maintained. Even in other types of structures, we also see this type of activity - management dictating policies and ...

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    This solution discusses the possible options that lower level employees have to voice their concerns or disagreement without appearing to be non-compliant or defiant. A thorough discussion is provided.

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