How to improve employee buy-in

03/11/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

It's important for employees to have their voices heard, even if they don't agree with every decision managers make, Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst says. Involving employees in decision-making takes longer, but it increases buy-in and improves execution in the long run, Whitehurst says. "They know what you're doing and they know why you're doing it," Whitehurst says.

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