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Successful managers believe that productive organizational culture

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Successful managers believe that productive organizational culture evolves only when employees resonate with the objective of the organization and identify that their role holds pivotal importance. They understand that employees' work, energy levels, and inspiration percolate deep into the organization's work culture and have immense influence on the success of the organization. Therefore, successful managers believe that the key to the organization's progress is _________.

Which of the following best completes the passage?

A. to grow, motivate, acknowledge, and reward the employees.
B. take care of influential employees
C. maintaining a sound relationship with the labor union
D. providing behavioral training to employees so that they identify that their role in running the organization hold pivotal importance
E. an organizational structure that grants great power to the employees.

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In my opinion D.
A can be tempting but "to grow, motivate, acknowledge, and reward the employees" does not mean that they will be able to discover and embrace how their roles contribute to the organization.

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I think just by giving training won't be sufficient , Initially I was stuck btw A and D , but argument says inspiration , work of employees are imp.So Its A

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