Save Money: Increase Organizational Effectiveness
Source: DLC Consultant
Bottom line productivity is the measure of success and effectiveness for many organizations. For schools it means increased student achievement and for businesses it means increased profitability. Attaining this achievement level includes one of two organizational decision-making processes. Educational institutions and business organizations that effectively use teamwork as a decision-making process increase organizational effectiveness. Organizations mirror the bureaucratic structure design that is governed by rules, by laws, and administrative functions. CEO's, superintendents, managers, principals, and supervisors have delegated bureaucratic authority to give orders to employees. In many instances, employees circumvent the process by refusing to follow orders either directly or expeditiously.