A literature review of empowerment with a suggested model for Bahrain Defense Force
Al sada, Adnan M.
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In recent years the topic of empowerment has been given a great deal of attention due to its influence on organizational effectiveness and innovation. This project reviews the empowerment literature including its roots, definitions, notions, elements and different models that have been developed by management experts. Based in the literature review, an empowerment model is proposed for Bahrain Defense Force (BDF). The model is based on three dimensions, namely, empowering management practices, empowered individual and empowering working environment.
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