Inside this neat little book is a wealth of information on employee empowerment divided into clearly defined sections are a clear navigation of the management literature and explanation of the controversies surrounding employee empowerment the key concepts that must be addressed and where the problems in interpretation arise two live case studies one large organisation with over 2000 . Employee empowerment the rhetoric and the reality detailed research into employee empowerment programmes including the efqm excellence model this is a thorough detailed yet concise account of the authors qualitative research into empowerment schemes during her investigation into two organisations she uncovers what works what happens . Employee empowerment the rhetoric and the reality previous article next article employee empowerment the rhetoric and the reality reviewers birgit muskat assistant professor tourism and management studies faculty of business and government university of canberra australia. Employee empowerment the rhetoric and the reality by rozana huq wilkinson adrian foreword by starting at 1621 employee empowerment the rhetoric and the reality has 1 available editions to buy at alibris. Employee empowerment is advantageous for both the organization as well as the employees from the organizations point of view employee empowerment reduces the need to supervise employees because they are now accountable for their own actions employee empowerment also enhances employees satisfaction and leads to better retention
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