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Management fashion, like politics, seems to move in big waves. When in the early Nineties I was a young partner at McKinsey, Government worried about the “productivity gap” between the UK and our competitors.
Vicki Davies's insight:
The short and sweet of this is that engagement - or otherwise is part of organisational culture. Increasingly there seems to be glass floors when it ocmes to communicaiton and engagement - ie nothing's getting through and the most engaged in many organisaitons are at the very top. Is that where they should be?
The financial services world does indeed foster the notion that pay is the only incentive, yet to the people joining today's working population, the notion of some people being more important than others is alien to the way they see the world.
The days when people came to work just to earn a daily crust are gone.
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