Suggestion System Evaluation and Development based on CIPP for Improvement and Productivity in Organization
Today one of the problems that organizations are faced with is manpower problem and organization disability for optimal using of the potential of employees, especially in professional and expertise level. Accomplishing that lead to decreasing organization productivity and disability for competing in national and international level. As many reports confirm that, most corporation success depends on employing of appropriate style that lead to developing individual capacity of staffs and creating commitment, responsibility and self-esteem in them. The best known tool to get involved is suggestion system that is an effective factor in changing working situation and creating a good basis for employee’s participation. In this paper in addition to introducing suggestion system, it’s provided a CIPP model for evaluating and improving this system to organizations increase their productivity and remove the manpower problem.
Suggestion System, Process, Secretariat, Evaluation, Productivity
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