Kim Scott cut her teeth as a manager at Apple and Google, and now helps create great leaders as an author and coach for companies like Twitter. Here's the secret that's made all the difference for her.
HR OPERATIONS IN A COMBINED JOINT INTERAGENCY ENVIRONMENT - Spring 2013 Edition of the 1775. The Journal of the Adjutant General’s Corps Regimental Association
JASON CAVNESS's insight:
This is an article I wrote about HR Operations in a Combined Joint Interagency Environment while I was doing HR in the Army. The intent of the article is to show those in the business world a small picture of how HR operates in the U.S. Army
Employees often express a desire for greater psychological ownership of their work, believing this will improve their job satisfaction and happiness. Management research has found that these expectations do play out. For instance, using data from over 800 employees, Linn Van Dyne of Michigan State University and Jon L. Pierce of the University of Minnesota Duluth found that employees’ sense of psychological ownership for the organization is positively associated with both their attitudes (job satisfaction and commitment to the organization) and work behavior (performance and organizational citizenship).
If workers believe they have a stake in the success of their work, they will perform at their optimal level. If they believe they are just another cog in the machine, they will perform as just another cog in the machine. It is up to supervisors to convince workers of their importance.
I know some people don't believe in the value of doing a business plan. I believe doing one shows yourself and others the future potential of the business. It can also bring to light pitfalls you might not of considered before doing the plan.
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