I have maintained the principle of "transparent management." Rather than being secretive about management, I sought to let my employees see clearly how the business was being run. It made them consider themselves participants in the company's management. This knowledge fostered a very positive environment in which the employees were motivated by a self-generated sense of responsibility as well as their own personal growth.
This experience confirmed my belief that in management there should be as few secrets as possible, not only about routine matters but about the actual state of the business itself. I believe you should, for better or worse, trust your employees, and keep them as fully informed as possible.
Source : "People Before Products"