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rewarded my best employees who did what was necessary; McNamara states that rewarding creates motivation. McNamara and Gallup's managerial skills move me to action, and I fetch a lot of knowledge from their experience in the field. I try to incorporate their skills in my organizations, and approximately 75% work out. It has changed my managerial abilities, and the organization is yielding more before the powers were implemented. My colleagues have praised the growth, but it does not work alone. You must fetch knowledge from the legends of your field. I always encourage my colleagues to read journals on how to be successful in their particular areas. If all adhere, the organization will have a significant impact. The two sources provide solutions on how to cope up with managerial challenges. During my first weeks in the position, I was facing a communication challenge. My juniors understood the message conveyed but wanted to go against my commands. I had to outsource my fellow managers from related organizations who equipped me with enough skills to fight such challenges. McNamara and Gallup provide education on how to handle the employees to lower chances of disaster occurrence. I solved the crisis in the organization by managing all the employees in the right manner and taking a quick response to the challenges they face.
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Great managers easily recognize challenges which they might be hindering their operations efficiently. They create a productive culture that is open to allow employees to come up with new ideas and opportunities to investigate potential ramifications of such thoughts unafraid of reprisal or dismissal. They hence realize smart thoughts are not in every case superbly considered of executable methodologies. References Gallup. (2008). what makes a great workplace. McNamara, C., (2000). Organizational Culture. Organizational Leadership and Supervision. Discussion - Tools and Technologies for Policy Making
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Chapter 7 presents a comparative analysis of various tools useful in policy making. Select two tools described in chapter 7 from different categories, and describe how these tools could be used to develop policy for optimizing bus and local train schedules to minimize energy use and passenger wait times in a Smart City environment.
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