The Morning Star Company uses self-management which is informal hierarchical structure. This structure defines that individuals can effectively direct their own activities toward the achievement of objectives, and includes goal setting, decision making, focusing, planning, scheduling, task tracking, self-evaluation, self-intervention, self-development and something else. The employees are the bosses of themselves and responsible for their missions. They listen to others and continually improve him/her. Add to this the benefit of being able to apply one's own creativity, emotions and the practical method of doing the work the decision-making in which the employees themselves agree on choices instead of the traditional supervisor telling workers what should they do how to do it and where to do it. They also have “CLOU” to help their colleagues to solve problems. And also allow their employees to have free rein for a portion of their time, pursuing projects that they find interesting or promising without requiring consent or authorization from management. It makes employees happier, more efficient.
I would like to work in a self-management structure like Morning Star Company. Because it is very effective to be able to manage myself independently. It could involve being able to forbear a few things that personally disappoint me, it could be saving money on things you usually cannot ignore. To be able to manage myself, I can work in my own way that matches my mission to make tasks efficiency and effectiveness. It also encourages me to develop a supportive and caring relationship with myself, to create a healthy balance between my own needs and the needs of others. Show me how to manage my priorities to make good use of my time and energy. I can learn many things and experiences more from this structure.
Advantages: (1) The organization does not have to pay the hefty salaries of a large management team to tell staff what to do, and also the staff does...
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