By Gerald Kraines
Responsibility management is greater than a conceptual treatment....It is a pragmatic process, with nice instruments, to spot and increase remarkable leaders and to create an organizational constitution and methods that advertise responsibility and function. It demystifies the inspiration of management with a collection of rules which are transparent and simple to enforce.
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One of the most significant contributions that Jaques made was identifying that, as one moves up in an organization, the work itself requires ever-higher levels of complexity. One measure of this complexity is how far out in time an individual in a position is accountable for delivering results. Long-term QQT/ Rs, therefore, determine how far out that person must be thinking and implementing plans. A machine operator, for instance, should be actively concerned with maintaining enough raw materials for his shift or, perhaps, over several shifts.
8. Fair compensation. 9. An organization’s commitment to its own success and perpetuation. If an employee—or your entire workforce—fails to demonstrate the level of engagement sought, use the preceding list as a diagnostic checklist. Invariably, at least one and usually more of these elements will be your clue to remedial action. However, you must consider these conditions in relative terms and with the needs of the company, as well as the employee, in mind. A safe, healthy environment means one thing in a financial institution and another on an oil rig.
What value would a worker contribute if she never exercised real judgment when doing the work of her role? What is work, anyway? Work, in physics and engineering, is the application of force to an object over the distance the object moves. Correspondingly, work in a managerial system is the application of mental forces to an assignment over the time it takes to complete that assignment. ”) The fixed accountabilities (from Chapter 1) are required job-specific outputs and working limits. They define the assignment and the rules of engagement surrounding the assignment.
Accountability Leadership by Gerald Kraines