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Middle managers ‘can drive business change’

first_imgMiddle managers ‘can drive business change’On 1 Nov 2001 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Middle managers are better placed to drive radical organisational changethan senior executives, an article in the Harvard Business Review claims. Research shows that far from being staid and mediocre, many middle managersare better at developing networks of staff to deliver change. Their contacts are better throughout the organisation because in most casesthey had to work their way up the corporate ladder. They are also betterattuned to employees’ emotional needs during organisational change and canmaintain momentum, claims the report. It also states that many have good entrepreneurial ideas that they arewilling to develop if only they could get a hearing at a more senior level. Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Articlelast_img read more