We all know bad managers – be they ambitious and aggressive, doing whatever it takes to move up the corporate ladder, or the opposite: managers thrust into their position without the skill or the will to do the job properly.
We have known what “good management” looks like for decades. Perhaps it is time to try the opposite approach: focus on bad behaviour that we are trying to get rid off, says professor J. Julian Birkinshaw from London Business School.
Curated by Kenneth Mikkelsen on: www.scoop.it/t/leadershipabc
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