Наделение полномочиями: теория и практика
Уилкинсон Э.

Аннотация

Автор рассматривает понятие "наделение полномочиями" как эффективный инструмент управления персоналом. В статье описаны истоки движения за наделение полномочиями, причины его особенной востребованности в последние годы, обсуждаются проявления его воздействия на организационную деятельность. Автор делает акцент на том, что необходимо использовать формальное наделение полномочиями в реальной рабочей обстановке.

Содержание

Понятие "наделение полномочиями" в историческом контексте;

Предпосылки наделения полномочиями;

Классификация видов наделения полномочиями;

Распределение информации;

Решение проблемы "снизу вверх";

Автономность задач;

Формирование отношений;

Самоуправление;

Обсуждение;

Ключевые слова: наделение полномочиями, организационная деятельность, управление трудовыми отношениями
Журнал: «Мотивация и оплата труда» — №1, 2009 (© Издательский дом Гребенников)
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Уилкинсон Эдриан

Сотрудник Школы менеджмента Института науки и техники Манчестерского университета (UMIST).

Манчестер, Великобритания