Empowerment in Organizations: Volume 2 Issue 1


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Tapping the Iceberg: How to Get the Best Out of Your People through Empowerment

John Potter

Looks at the role of the manager in tapping into the potential of theworkforce in an organization. The traditional role of the manager hasbeen related to command and…


The Cultural Implications of Empowerment

Sarah Cook

As empowerment becomes an increasingly popular method of enhancingorganization effectiveness, looks at the implications on organizationalculture of allowing employees the…


Developing an Empowering Culture in Organizations

Bruce Nixon

People in organizations face uncertainty, complexity and huge pressures.Argues that we need a new culture in organizations to help people andtheir enterprises thrive in…


Project MORALE: The Empowerment of Managers in Their Everyday Work

Robert J. Newton, Michael J. Wilkinson

Ashworth Hospital has undertaken a management development program for 80first‐line and middle managers, at the centre of which is the concept ofempowerment. To avoid the…


Empowering Disadvantaged Employees

Innocent Echiejile

Many organizations seek to unleash staff potential by empowering theiremployees. However, mainstream empowerment programs do not reflect theunique problems faced by…




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