by Norman Horowitz
To clarify and elaborate on my slightly controversial previous post: In my own experience, I have wondered why organizations have confused an angry executive with an effective one.
Reflecting on my own career, the least effective executives were those who found it necessary to exhibit anger and rage to their subordinates and claim that it’s an effective management style. I experienced several of these people and concluded that they had not a clue as to how to manage anything, so they hid it under the facade of “Boy, am I tough!”
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Here’s what I’ve tried to do in my life and am on the lookout for managements who subscribe to the following: Continue reading “Get Me to the Budget Meeting on Time”