How SEAM Addresses the Key Drivers of Employee Engagement by Bob Randall

Two approaches to organization development (OD) link the social health of organizations to the economic performance of organizations. Employee engagement research shows a correlation between the level of engagement among employees in organizations and the employee turnover, the organization's ability to grow and bottom line results. Meanwhile, the Socio-Economic Approach to Management (SEAM) links organizational dysfunction to hidden costs and the ability of the organization to develop human potential.

Key words: Employee engagement, socio-economic applied management (SEAM), human potential, organization development (OD), humble consulting, TFW virus

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