Business Plan For An Organization

994 WordsApr 24, 20174 Pages
Buy-in To Change Employee buy-in is the process of getting commitment, understanding and action in support of organizational goals. Without buy-in organizations will fail if there is no efforts to implement the change. To obtain everyone’s support, higher management must involve lower management in supporting and implementing the change (Broder, 2013). The reason that brought about the change must be discussed and talk about the consequences of not implementing the change. Explain why everyone’s input is important, then brainstorm to get the input for cause and effect. Get commitment for the change as well as keeping the change fresh through discussion. Lastly celebrate any and all success through the implementation process. However,…show more content…
Basically stated that law enforcement are merely a function of what they expect and what valence they assign to their various activities. Then the law enforcement’s ability to complete their job is a function of their performance (Stojkovic, Kalinich, & Klofas, 2012). Every employee has different levels of expectation and confidence of abilities and their performance will be affected by several factors. The factors include law enforcement having the right resources, the right skill for the job and the support to complete the job. All employees want to get what they deserve even if it is promised. This theory helps employees design reward systems. If they focus of obtaining incentives, the employees will have high expectancy, high instrumentality and valence. Law enforcement expectancy or efforts will lead to high performance. Instrumentality means law enforcement values outcome for their output and valence means employees’ value reward and how much it is valued. Of course, every employee has a different set of goals and they can be motivated if they believe in those goals. Some employees believe that the reward will satisfy their need and a strong desire to satisfy the need will make them give extra effort. The reward for these employees can be two types, extrinsic and intrinsic. Extrinsic rewards include such items as money, promotion, time off and additional benefits. Intrinsic rewards are inner satisfaction and such achievements are just as valuable
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