TITLE

Mitarbeiterführung in einer monopolistischen Kultur

AUTHOR(S)
Bartlakowski, Katja
PUB. DATE
August 2014
SOURCE
Bibliotheksdienst;Aug2014, Vol. 48 Issue 8/9, p643
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
To some superiors in library management, relationship-oriented personnel management may pose no great challenge. Thus it comes as no surprise that in literature on library management leadership issues are often discussed at a task-related level. However, it is the non-task-oriented leadership issues that are particularly challenging. Those who believe they can promote their employees' further development without first understanding the civil service culture are often astonished at how varied the defence mechanisms can be. In that case employees often start to speak of demotivation and decreased efficiency. And anyone who believes they can carry out far-reaching changes and go ahead with organisational development without taking the rules of the civil service into consideration will be taken aback by the tenacity of the most persistent of employees who, for example, stubbornly stick to tradition. How does the civil service work and how can personnel management succeed in a monopolistic administrative culture characterized by a lack of competition?
ACCESSION #
98626953

 

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