Listen to Business Execution Radio Episode 111:
David Creelman, CEO of Creelman Research discusses the conflict between the efficiency and quality improvements that come from standardizing work and the increased creativity and engagement that comes from allowing people to perform work in their own unique way. Sharing research from the new book “Elements of Successful Organizations”, David illustrates how managers can maximize employee productivity simply by letting employees be themselves. But he also notes that this sort of strengths-based, “be all you can be” type of management poses its own unique set of challenges.
Get some guidance on how to find the right balance between telling employees what to do simply just letting them be – this week on Business Execution Radio.