How did we arrive in a state where managers do not recognize that thinking is part of their job?
2016-07-08 21:21:16 GMT
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сразу же жить на шкаф
Спрашивает нас MIT Sloan Management Review
Ну они дают всего один вариант, и он скучный, не то что вопрос.
"The answer reflects a relentless focus on execution in many large companies. A company becomes big by finding a successful business model — and then scaling it massively. This necessitates building a finely tuned system with highly standardized processes. To get promoted in such an environment requires an almost singular focus on execution. In other words, it requires action more than thinking. However, once executives are promoted to a senior level, these new business leaders must be able to think strategically. Ironically, the very skills in execution that led to their promotions often make these executives ill-equipped for their new roles, since their strategy thinking muscles have withered from disuse."
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