Empowerment in Organizations: Volume 1 Issue 2

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EMPOWERING MANAGEMENT IN INNOVATIVE ORGANIZATIONS IN THE 1990s: PART 2

Robert E. Ripley, Marie J. Ripley

Empowerment is the key to business competition and success. Theobjective is that quality, continuous improvement and customersatisfaction become the responsibility of…

SELECTION PROCESSES FOR SELF‐MANAGED WORK TEAMS

W. Anthony Kulisch, Newman S. Peery, David K. Banner

Describes the experiences of an organization which made thedecision to establish a new production facility and empower itsworkforce using self‐managed work teams…

BUILDING THE EMPOWERED ORGANIZATION

Margaret Exley

Building an empowered organization can deliver many benefits:continuous improvement in quality and productivity; reduced operationalcosts; reduced need for supervision;…

THE PATH TO SUCCESSFUL EMPOWERMENT

Nigel Leppitt

Empowerment is not a short‐term goal and is not easy. Organizationsseeking to change the culture and ethos of their organization need tocount the cost of change, fully…

ISSN:

0968-4891

Online date, start – end:

1993 – 1998

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited