Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Revolving Door


Delegating accountability within an organization

Produces bi-product expenses and higher turn-over

Subordinate empowerment encourages collaboration

Improving productivity while reducing stagnation

Efficiency will increase and output will soar

Turn-over so low, remove the revolving door

Implementation of employee advancement

Through training and developing those in management

Endorse the strengths of subordinates you lead

Encourage innovative suggestions received

The politics of management are personal and cheap

Don't forget about the subordinates at your feet

Receiving workloads of delegated praise

Can destroy the desire to excel and remain

Organizational structure cannot long sustain

If accountability is delegating for personal gain

Randy Sturridge

3 comments:

Fred said...

Randy, seems like you're on a bit of a politically themed couple days here. Good writes though. This revolving door piece I like the stream-like process, where each line can stand alone, yet can also attach themselves at times to the previous/following lines. Good write

Randy Sturridge said...

Unfortunately...politics has positioned it's large dark umbrella over the scope of my thoughts at the moment. I've always been engaged in politics...quite nasty right now in office...and can't seem to re-direct focus. Haha, and trust me what I've put up is an attempt to stay as far away from politics as possible. I guess that's how prevalent it is on the my mind. I was wandering how obvious it was to everyone. Haha, might account for the recent drop in visitors...A game nobody wants to play. Not to worry sir, I'm sure I will receive a distraction soon enough that will send me spiraling in some other direction. Thanks for the comment

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