This our final article in the series of Growing Managers. We started with the Discipline of Management, covered Promoting Smart, and the last edition was running a Manager Nursery. We identified the difference between management and leadership, what attributes to look for when promoting, and how to develop from within instead of hiring from the outside. Now the question is – how do I measure performance?
We started this series covering “The Discipline of Management” and “Promoting Smart”, the conversation now shifts to “Running a Manager Nursery”. I use the word manager but we meant anybody you intend to train, cross-train, and promote. Whether it is a technician to crew leader or crew leader to manager, this is what a successful grow your own nursery looks like
Stop Doing Their Work Who Owns the Monkey? The following article is not traditional time management. That stuff is good and works but doesn’t address the core problem – if you are doing the wrong things, doing it well is not smart and doesn’t fit our theme about Growing Managers. I was exposed to the work of […]
Once you start developing your own talent, there are rules for leading and managing people. The following sums up my experience leading people, plus growing several companies.
One outcome from our research on fast job creation was the determination of four characteristics that separate the elite 5 percent from the herd. The following represents the data with an understanding that each organization pursued these four characteristics in ways unique to them.