Policy manuals have been a topic of contention for years. There are those firmly in the camp that they are not needed. There are those who believe in a minimalist approach, only including what is absolutely legally necessary to add clarity (I fall in this camp). Then there are those organizations who have a policy for everything.
Despite the argument that we have become a socially inept society with all the tech trends, social media and device centered relationships, the methods that work best to install, train, motivate and produce results in our teams have not changed. What has changed is the use of devices and methods now available. Over the past […]