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< previous page page_229 next page > Page 229 the Executive had not adapted to change and was, therefore, a stumbling block to getting things done. It was largely cut off from the reality of CVS work on the ground. More contact with staff was needed to wake up Executive members. From the interviews and other gathering of information, therefore, it seemed that the following were very significant issues that had to be addressed: providing more time for the Executive to deal with policy issues; increasing the professionalism of the Executive's handling of management issues;
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improving the handling of Executive business; generating mutual respect between Executive members and staff; making the Executive more aware of staff work; increasing Executive contact with staff; increasing staff confidence in the Executive. 10.2.3 TSI Analysis On the basis of what was found out about West Newton CVS, it would have been easy to think of it in terms of an
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organism trying to grow at the same time as adapt in a highly
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course MGT 03 taught by Professor Kasra during the Spring '11 term at Tanta University.

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