• RobinGoldsmith

    The fundamental fallacy of this article is that bad management somehow suddenly stops at the executive level. Executives come from the managerial pool, and
    it’s not just cream that floats. I’d contend the likelihood of bad executives is at least as great as that of bad managers and probably higher. Certainly the impact of bad executives is far greater, including increasing the number of bad managers below them.

  • Alfredo Amores

    Great post. HR has to provide skills to managers to manage people! HR processes make it possible, but people make it real!