n Management Today - Think before we act : how we perceive information in the work place
|Article Title||Think before we act : how we perceive information in the work place|
|© Publisher:||Richard Havenga & Associates|
|Publication Date||Aug 2005|
Extracted from text ... B Think before we act: how we perceive information in the work place 54 Management Today August 2005 Being aware of employees' thought processes in an organisation should facilitate effective communication from the boardroom to the storeroom. Conflict in the work place is still common despite the attention given to understanding management styles. This conflict arises because little attention is paid to how thought processes influence interaction among employees. What sets us apart from other mammals is that we are beings who use rational and at times not so rational thought. In other words, unlike animals, we can think. ..
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