This article also describes the unfortunate position of retaining too few ‘high fliers’ and too many ‘deadwood or ‘question marks’ thus creating a low performance culture. It also high lights the failure to nurture ‘new blood’ and ‘problem children’, while at the same time neglecting the ‘loyal backbone’ of the organisation.
…………….We really should be designing strategies to make the most of our people, instead of applying archaic management principles. Many staff see their role as no more than a mundane 9-5 job which meets only their basic needs. So it’s hardly surprising that the contribution and creativity displayed at work is not always the highest level.
So, if you would like to read the whole article, published in March 2017 follow the link or download the PDF.