Publications on the need to measure the level of staff involvement, with a description of assessment methods and methods, etc. there are a lot of online.
I’ll write about involvement from a transdisciplinary approach. Let me remind you that “transdisciplinarity” is used as the “principle of the organization of scientific knowledge”, which opens up wide possibilities for the interaction of many disciplines in solving complex problems of nature and society. It should be noted that transdisciplinarity allows you to officially go beyond the scope of your discipline without fear of being accused of amateurism. Perhaps my conclusions and remarks will complement for someone an understanding of the employee’s behavioral patterns, and for some it will help to change some opinions or beliefs. Continue reading