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Why should HPT Practitioners care about the organization's strategic direction?

What are the most effective ways to motivate individuals and teams?

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Why should HPT Practitioners care about the organization's strategic direction?

HPT Practitioners should care about the organization's strategic direction for a number of reasons. One, the choices that occur within management can determine whether or not they have a job in the near future. For example, the company could decide to outsource, which would consequently have them layoff or let go good hard workers who have labored hard for years. Two, if a business decides to do offshoring, this could mean more jobs for those in IT or an expansion of their current position. As a result, ...

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This solution discussed ways in which to motivate individuals and teams as well as why one should care about the direction of his her company while working as an HPT Practitioner.

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