When a person contracts to work for an organization (i.e. becomes an employee), that contract leads to mutual but differing expectations on each side. These expectations have the force of obligations.
The most generally applicable expectations emerge primarily from the desire of any employer to benefit from the use of all available «means of achievement». Taken together these expectations-cum-obligations form a new THEE pattern, a structural hierarchy.
While this section stands on its own, some familiarity with the framework-steps to reach this point will ensure that you know where you are. So you may wish to check out…
THEE approaches to decision and action (PH'1).is the uniquely human way that action can be both deliberate and guided towards a desired result as situations evolve. So the fundamental features of achievement are to be derived from the
It will be useful to have some sense of both this originating framework and its derivations. Hyperlinks below connect in each case to summaries.
The ways of deciding enable you to become familiar with the full range of incompatible methods for taking action (PH'1).
Strengthening the management culture (PH'1C) explains how distinctive sets of values (= modes of achieving) intrinsic to each decision approach accumulate. Most importantly, the Spiral trajectory requires a re-ordering of the decision-approaches.
The map of how achievement for organizations (PH'1CK) is ensured uses this new Spiral order as a hierarchy. The result is a Tree showing how distinct decision-based value-sets interact with each other. A closely related Tree can be identified to show how an employee can and should achieve. (PH'1CK.app).
Numerous means of achievement» and the resulting «obligations and expectations» intrinsic to employment work. Naturally, management and employees are affected differently: even if they are often the same person.exist in organizations because any and all achievement depends on individual employees. Even those in management are employees. The framework to be developed here covers all the «
To see the complete structural hierarchy framework in graphic form in advance, click here.
►are created to achieve something in accord with their mission.
► This requiresto decide to do things, so people are employed to achieve for the employing organization.
► As a result, both themust knowingly resort to a variety of means to deliver achievement.
► An employees to unambiguously represent its corporate values and goals: they are referred to as «management».needs to use many of its
► Getting the interaction between each employee and the management right is the key to success for both parties.
All the various activities and interactions in employment work emerge, as a matter of obligation, from one momentous act: voluntarily entering into a contract of employment. Read more about the contract and about the differing perspectives of employees and management.
You are then ready to start discovering the framework.
Originally posted: 20-Oct-2011