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not great managers

Great leaders needed,
not great managers

Most organizations today are trying to reach new levels of competitiveness by downsizing management ranks. This means that remaining managers must be directly responsible for the results of an increasing number of subordinates. Managers typically try to resolve this problem by working more hours and/or increasing the number of rules that people must operate by. ...
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