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					Participative (or participatory) management, known as


employee involvement

or participative decision making,

encourages the involvement of stakeholders at all levels of an
organization

in the analysis of problems,

development of strategies,

and implementation of solutions.
The most extensive form of participative management is direct employee
ownership of a company.


4 processes create employee involvement as they are pushed down to the
lowest levels in an organization.



The farther down these processes move, the higher the level of involvement
by employees.
Information
              Training
  sharing




Employee      Rewards
 decision
 making
SUGGESTION SCHEMES


WORKS COMMITTEE


JOINT MANAGEMENT COUNCILS


TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT


CO-PARTNERSHIP
COLLECTIVE BARGAINING


QUALITY CIRCLE


JOB ENLARGEMENT AND ENRICHMENT


EMPOWERED TEAMS


FINANCIAL PARTICIPATION
Informative participation

Consultative participation

Associative participation

Administrative participation

Decisive participation
Clearly defined and complementary objectives

Free flow of information and communication

Outside trade union leaders should be discouraged

Unity in trade unions

Worker’s education and training

Workers to be associated at all levels of decision
making
No party should feel insecurity due to competition

Participative structure should be suitable

It should be a continuous process

The financial cost should not exceed

There should be no danger to the resources
MOTIVATION

OWNERSHIP

COST EFFECTIVE

FULFILLMENT OF GOALS

COMITMENT OF EMPLOYEES

CREATIVITY

INNOVATION
BROADER VIEW OF THE SITUATION

EVERYONE’S POINT OF VIEW TO A SOLUTION

				
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