Peter Drucker has a quote that goes like this “So much of what we call management consists of making it difficult for people to do their jobs.” Click here for more.
Scott Adams sums up what he calls the “Dilbert Principle” as follows – “A retarded chimpanzee can drink a case of beer and still perform most management functions: avoiding decisions, attending meetings, babbling, demanding status reports, not reading status reports, handing out random rewards and punishments, scowling at people who believe the open door policy.” Click here for more.
by Jim Taggart
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If you voted in the World Leadership Gurus Top 30, the Hub's founder, Phil Dourado, came 14th this year (2012), up three places from 17th last year. The organisers say it is "because of the originality and impact of your work" that Phil was put in the Top 30 in the first place. And that means this Hub and the award-winning corporate versions we run for large companies. For more on how a private corporate version of The Hub works, email: firstname.lastname@example.org