After a large conservative, traditional and autocratic retail organisation made an acquisition of another company which was progressive, collaborative, fast-moving, and innovative, the leadership recognised a compelling vision was needed. The new board, primarily of members of the acquiring company, created a vision biased toward the acquiring company and communicated it downwards through speeches given by a board member. Many employees felt uncomfortable asking questions and left the meetings u...

BPIR Categories

9.7.1 Encourage employee involvement and feedback
9.6.2 Manage employee satisfaction
2.2.3 Develop vision and/or mission

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