A management intervention can be anything managers or leaders do to improve the effectivity of an employee, a team, a department, or an organisation. An intervention can be simple, like giving feedback to an individual employee, or complex, like changing the organizational culture of a large multinational corporation. An effect is the organizational outcome of an intervention. These outcomes can be ‘hard’ numbers such as the number of sales, staff turnover rates, employee satisfaction, or productivity levels, but can also be ‘soft’ elements such as trust among team members, attitudes towards senior managers, or the level of information sharing within a team.
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