Conducting an “Autonomy Audit” to get the best out of people

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The best and most innovative organizations wherein a lot of stress is on doing “Right Brain” oriented work , giving more autonomy to the people goes a long way in intrinsically motivating the people.

The essential questions that form part of an “Autonomy Audit” are as follows:

  1. How much AUTONOMY does an employee have over TASKS at WORK
  2. How much AUTONOMY does an employee have over TIME at WORK
  3. How much AUTONOMY does an employee have over his/her TEAM at WORK
  4. How much AUTONOMY does an employee have over TECHNIQUE at WORK.

Adopted from Daniel Pink’s book Drive

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