1. Make Management an Advantage.
2. Choose the Right Management Style.
Part Two: Designing Organizations, Work, and Rewards.
3. Create a High–Involvement Structure.
4. Identify Work Design Alternatives.
5. Develop Involving Work.
6. Foster Organization–Improvement Groups.
7. Pay the Person, Not the Job.
Part Three: Managing Information and Human Resources.
9. Promote Open Information Channels.
10. Establish High–Involvement Management Practices.
11. Support Positive Managerial Behavior.
12. Involve Unions in the Organization.
Part Four: Creating High–Involvement Organizations.
13. Develop High–Involvement Business Units.
14. Manage the Change Toward High–Involvement.
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