Impact of strategic management structure to increase employee’s efficiency
Alia Abd el Jawad el CHEIKH IBRAHIM || Phd. International Politics & English Business
Volume : (3), Issue : 211, January - 2019
Abstract : Strategic management can contribute to an atmosphere of trust, support and safety in teams by encouraging members to feel engaged, energetic and enthusiastic about the work. If members of a team start to be distressed, mistrustful and nervous, then the team climate will mirror this. To create trust managers must also encourage employees to take risks and rely on each other (Grant, 1996). In this Article we will go through the definitions of meaning of employee's efficiency , The Three Elements of Employee's efficiency Strategic , Employee's efficiency the strategic management , Impact of strategic management structure to increase employee's efficiency.
Keywords :Strategic ,management ,structure, increase ,employee's efficiency.
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