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Our underlying philosophy is to foster initiative and creativity by allowing the individual great freedom of action in attaining well-defined objectives. In discussing GSA's operating policies, as far as possible, each individual at each level in the organization should make his or her own plans to achieve company objectives and goals. After receiving managerial approval, each individual should be given a wide degree of freedom to work within the limitations imposed by these plans, and by our general corporate policies. Finally, each person's performance should be judged on the basis of how well these individually established goals have been achieved. Management must be sure that each individual understands the immediate objectives, as well as corporate goals and policies, and has the necessary training and tools to be successful. Thus a primary GSA management responsibility is communication, coaching, constructive feedback and mutual understanding. As an integral part of a team, employees must take sufficient interest in their work to want to plan it, to propose new solutions to old problems, to take reasonable risks and exercise sound judgment in the performance of their jobs. The dynamic nature of our business places an important responsibility on managers to create an environment that embraces change and helps employees manage the increasing demands of work with their other life activities. This requires a high degree of flexibility and a willingness to consider nontraditional approaches to getting the job done. At the same time, it is important for everyone to recognize there are some policies that must be established and maintained on a company wide basis. We welcome recommendations on these policies from all levels, but we expect adherence to them at all times.

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