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Even when you’re out to get something done -- not to do someone in -- you have to play office politics. Fortunately, you can "play the game" ethically, getting ahead while retaining integrity. If only the best way to get ahead were to buckle down and work harder. Today, social dynamics is as much the ethos of office functions as it is a part of being human. Or, to paraphrase British author George Orwell: In our age, there is no such thing as “keeping out of politics.” Unfortunately, this extends into almost every workplace today. Fortunately, you can “play the game” ethically and ...
When most people hear the phrase “organizational politics,” they react very negatively. They see politics in the workplace as forming clicks and another way to keep those who go against the status quo labeled as an outsider. People also think that it’s a toxic dynamic that allows manipulative behaviors for people to get what they want by stepping on their co-workers’ backs. But not every instance of workplace politicking is a selfish maneuver to win. In his book, Building Great Teams: Charting the Path of Organizational Politics (Book Surge, 2007), U.S. Marine turned business ... Read More
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