The article provides guidelines to an effective approach of managing employees in the U.S. These include the ability to both detect a problem and to effectively respond to it. It is also considered important when strategies are adopted, where a collaborative action among network partners can be promoted. The author also stresses the importance of valuing and nurturing organizational learning and development.
Business planning; Employees; Job enrichment; Organizational change; Organizational learning; Personnel management
Business Administration, Management, and Operations | Human Resources Management | Interpersonal and Small Group Communication | Organizational Behavior and Theory | Public Administration | Strategic Management Policy
Springer, C. G.
Strategic management in a networked world.
PA Times, 32(8),
The American Society for Public Administration.
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