Checking in with employees (versus checking up)
Tuesday, September 4, 2012/
Managers don’t assign people to projects. Instead, projects grow organically, based on how many people want to work on them; employees with new ideas actively recruit others to join them.
Is it the way forward? Teresa Amabile and Steve Kramer report for Harvard Business Review.
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