Seven Practices of Successful Organizations

Yes we can apply several of the seven practices of successful organizations to the article “Managers Need to know what their Workers aren’t Telling Them”.   In order to make sure that the organization is functioning to the best of its ability we need to make sure that all employees, managers and owners are as happy and content as we can feasibly make them without doing so at the expense of others.
For the heading ‘We’re Not Interested in Taking One for The Team’ I have decided that could go under the category of comparatively high compensation. I believe this because many employees would not be happy to see a person in higher power leave that was already making more money than them get to walk out of the office with an extra bonus package, while the lower level employees are being told that they cannot get a pay increase because the company does not have enough money to provide them with one. This can lead to employees putting in less effort when they work because they feel as though they are not being fairly compensated for the work they already provide.
In the article there was a heading titled ‘We’re Tired of Picking up the Slack’ I believe that this heading can go under the category of self-managed teams and decentralization.   I put them in this pile because in the article it stated that “everyone knows who isn’t performing well in their unit” if they are in groups and made to have responsibility to other people who are in the same situation as them and they are held responsible to their teammates instead of their boss there could be a greater sense of commitment to the job. Also team members know more about each other than the boss does,   they could assign people who they know are stronger in some areas to certain tasks while other people who are stronger in other areas to work on other tasks, because they work side by side everyday they may have a better sense of who would fit better where than the boss would.
With the issue ‘Measure me on Results’ which is...