1. I just need a few notes about Decision Making related to Employee Empowerment. About 150 to 200 words for an area of focus.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 11:26 pm ad1c9bdddf
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1. I just need a few notes about Decision Making related to Employee Empowerment. About 150 to 200 words - not much - just an area of focus.
The relationship between employee empowerment and decision-making is an interesting one. By definition, they are directly related as decision-making is part of the many definitions and description of employee empowerment, such as:
"Employee empowerment is a strategy and philosophy that enables employees to make decisions about their jobs. Employee empowerment helps employees own their work and take responsibility for their results. Employee empowerment helps employees serve customers at the level of the organization where the customer interface exists" (http://humanresources.about.com/od/employeeempowerment/Employee_Empowerment_How_to_Empower_Employees.htm).
Another way of explaining employee empowerment in terms of decision-making power:
"Employee empowerment is a term used to express the ways in which non-managerial staff can make autonomous decisions without consulting a boss/manager. These self-willed decisions can be small or large depending upon the degree of power with which the company wishes to invest employees. Employee empowerment can begin with training and converting a whole company to an empowerment model. Conversely, it may merely mean giving employees the ability to make some decisions on their own" ...
Employee empowerment and decision making skills are noted.
The Empowerment of Employees: individual and group decision-making responsibility
This solution provides the learner with an understanding of managements role in the area of employee empowement. In particular this discussion covers specific methods for preparing employees for success, along with preparing employees for individual and group decision making responsibilities consistent with a flat organizational model.View Full Posting Details