(Mt) – Oakland Community College Management Response

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“If you give a manager a numerical target, he’ll make it, even if he has to destroy the company in the process.” -Dr. Edwards Deming.
This quote rings true today, and I have seen it first hand. At my work, whenever managers are given a goal to hit, specifically a number in sales, they sacrifice what is best for the company to meet the goal; sometimes, managers will push their workers too much, which leads to burnt-out employees and an unhappy restaurant. A Forbes article states that 79% of employees quit their jobs because they feel a “lack of appreciation” (Sturt and Nordstrom). Oftentimes, workers feel this lack of appreciation because managers focus on the numbers and goals to reach. The managers don’t care about how their employees feel and only care about if they hit the numbers.
As I move up the ladder and start taking on management roles, I should keep in mind that instead of setting a high numerical goal for my managers, set a goal that will challenge the managers to produce quality output while still supporting the business values and creating happy, fulfilled employees.
Works Cited
Sturt, David, and Nordstrom, Todd. “10 Shocking Workplace Stats You Need to Know.” Forbes, Forbes Magazine, 8 Mar. 2018, https://www.forbes.com/sites/davidsturt/2018/03/08/10-shocking-workplace-stats-you-need-to-know/?sh=de16c87f3afe.

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