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Unformatted text preview: listic Approach • Almost all research says that the commitment strategy is much more effective than the control strategy . • This is because the commitment strategy seeks to involve, develop and grow employees. The control strategy is about regulation and policy. Commitment Strategy Practices Commitment Strategy Practices Practice Area Job Tasks Empowerment Teams Typical Examples Broad job responsibilities; meaningful tasks; rotation across a variety of tasks Inclusive decision making; high levels of responsibility; building employee confidence Organizing around work teams; self­ management within teams Communication Two­way communication; quality­ Practice Area Training Typical Examples Extensive new employee training; formal training for everyone; multiple job skill development Compensation Pay for performance; high levels of pay; stock or share schemes Staffing Very selective recruiting; promote best workers; Good retention practices The Contingency Approach The Contingency A...
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