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Mar 20, 2014
A lot of companies aren't willing to pay the bucks that "great people" are worth, it leaves people feeling unappreciated and demotivated which micromanagement just makes worse by tenfold. On the other hand if you hire people that actually know how to do half the things that their employees do and don't keep a death grasp overall employees that will go some way to helping people feel motivated.
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Mar 20, 2014
Surely, while the expectations of the PHB's subordinates may be rather negative, there is little doubt about them. It is only the PHB's own expectations that fail to coincide well with reality ...
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Mar 20, 2014
It's a death spiral. CEOs should hire great managers. But they usually pick their most unemployable relatives or drinking buddies. And the goals might be clear at the top, but by time they get to the PHB level the garble factor has reduced them to unmemorable acronyms.
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Mar 20, 2014
PHB should learn more on the art of hypocrisy, sorry diplomacy.
He is too sincere at times.
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Mar 20, 2014
In a previous life the PHB was the morale officer on the HMS Bounty.
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