Words of Wisdom:

"love each other, live in peace" - Megan

Are Employees Who Are Always Following the Instructions from Their Managers More Valuable to Their Companies Than Employees Who Always Try to Find New Ways or Better Ways?

  • Date Submitted: 03/10/2012 08:22 AM
  • Flesch-Kincaid Score: 41.7 
  • Words: 586
  • Essay Grade: no grades
  • Report this Essay
Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Employees who are always following the instructions from their managers are more valuable to their companies than employees who always try to find new ways or better ways?

I fundamentally disagree with the statement that emplyees who are always following the instructions from their managers are more valuable to their companies than employees who always try to find new ways or better ways.

Admittedly that it is quite possible that overextended and unrealistic innovation can only build the castle in the air, and sometimes ,will be indeed harmful . The harm it produces is, in my view, both palpable and profound. For individual, it has a debasing impact on the superior-subordinate relationships of the company, in respect that many companies have a pervasive, longstanding culture of no innovation and bosses in these companies always seem to be allergic to new ideas. Consequently, the negative attitude of the superiors to the new ideas brings the employees down, I believe, harms their incentives as well. Also,creative employees who are bubbling over with lots of suggestions and trying to flood their bosses with these ideas instead of outlining them one at a time will definitely overwhelm the bosses and make them defensive.

However, it is a little haste to assert that conservative and cautious bosses have difficulty digesting new ideas as a result valuable employees should never utter fresh ideas to the managers. Alexander Hiam, a creativity consultant who has diverse clients, including General Motors and the U.S. Coast Guard, observes "Lots of companies are looking for innovation now. New ideas, and new avenues for growth, are what will get the economy moving again." Current economic situation tells companies that they need to come up with fresh ideas, both for becoming efficient at what they already do and for developing new revenue streams. I concede that innovation is risky, however, there are often...

Comments

Express your owns thoughts and ideas on this essay by writing a grade and/or critique.

  1. No comments