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Phrase: Management By Walking Around
Unstructured approach to hands-on, direct participation by the managers in the work-related affairs of their subordinates, in contrast to rigid and distant management. In MBWA practice, managers spend a significant amount of their time making informal visits to work area and listening to the employees. The purpose of this exercise is to collect qualitative information, listen to suggestions and complaints, and keep a finger on the pulse of the organization. Also called management by wandering around.
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|Management By Walking Around|
unstructured approach to hands on direct participation by the managers in the work related affairs of their subordinates in contrast to rigid and distant management in mbwa practice managers spend a si