Dimensions of Work Quality - Explained
Five Dimensions of Work Quality
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What are the Five Dimensions of Work Quality?
There are five key dimensions of work quality :
- Activity - This concerns how active a person is in a network.
- Control - This concerns a persons influence over the flow of information - generally arising from centrality, intelligence, personality, or skill set.
- Access - This concerns whether a person can access the resources necessary for success.
- Influence - What is the extent of influence a person possesses in the network.
- Power - How capable is a person of directing activity or completing tasks.
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